We started today exploring Punta Colorada, on the east side of Isla San Jose, where we sauntered about the natural walkways carved out by thousands of years of erosion, and enjoyed a particularly well-lit snorkeling experience, as light played around the submerged interbedded sandstone structures. In the afternoon, we made our way to the west side of the island, to a landing commonly known as Kelly's Beach. We found out quickly that Kelly had great taste in beaches! Here we discovered many new plant species around the easy to navigate arroyo, including palo blanco, mesquite, ironwood, and various cacti. We wrapped up the day enjoying a delicious beach barbeque, complete with roasting marshmallows and acoustic guitar around a campfire. We will all sleep well tonight with the musky smell of campfire smoke fresh in our hair..