We went to a huge lake (or "Loch" in Scottish) for WNR. Now, this is no ordinary lake like you would expect for a Mexican fishing village--this lake is one of the lucky few that is an actual natural habitat for dinosaurs.
Me and Ben (sic) have actually seen them ourselves multiple times when coming to this city, and true to form, we again saw them on this trip. This is one of the most well kept secrets of Mexico--of the world even. But no thanks to the Mexicans. This well kept secret belongs to the dinosaurs.
But we didn't go for the dinosaurs. See, me and Ben (sic) aren't interested in the merciless bounty hunting or selfish sight seeing that the other 6.2 billion people in the world would be interested in, in a lake that was scientifically proven to contain dinosaurs. We are all after the fun.
See, there's all of us on a dock leading out to the dark waters. That guy in the middle drove us. Notice the guy to girl ratio of this excursion--one of the precious highlights.
The first time I came here, Ben and I were sitting out on an wooden pier extension of this same concrete dock. That was when we saw the first dinosaur. We were staring out into the waters when this cute little head popped out from the surface. To me it looked suspiciously like a frog, but no, Ben knew all too well that this monstrous creature was a curious subspecies of dinosaur that only LOOKED suspiciously like frogs. Thank God I had Ben there to notice that. We quickly ran for safety because we knew that where there was one suspicious, frog-like dinosaur, there were bound to be others.
Here we are on the left getting into a boat! Yeah, we chartered a boat to take us to the island in the middle of the lake, where there were restaurants to feed people! Here we are on the right at a restaurant that feeds people in the middle of the lake! And here we are on a log, in a restaurant that feeds people... in the middle of the lake... ! See? Fun!
These dinosaurs are really something though. They can actually live anywhere because they've developed a curious defense mechanism--they can camouflage themselves as whatever they want! Here's one in this picture on the right posing as a boat full of people. Sneaky little thing. Who would suspect a boat? Oh and here's a whole herd of dinosaurs in this picture posing as seaweed! Isn't that clever? Seaweed! Actually in that one we're using that fisherman as bait to try to catch one of the dinosaurs. It didn't work, they were too clever.
Ah, doing things with friends.