Sailing in Punta Umbria

I made it to Punta! I have been coming to this little fisherman's town since I was a baby. It is a summer vacation spot that has become a tradition to reunite with family. It is a place that screams freedom and bliss. Dogs roam around freely, the fish are fresh daily from the water (YUM), the sunsets are always accompanied with a mojito (or a cold cervecita), sounds of the spanish guitar warm your heart, and time never seems to be a problem. Sailing is a huge sport here and has been a hobby of my family's for generations. My dad lives for it. Although I do not like all the physical aspects of putting in the necessary work to sail, my favorite place in the whole wide world is sitting on the bow of any sailboat smelling the ocean breeze and feeling the salt in my hair. When we go sailing it is usually an all day thing, so I always wear a bikini under my cover up, and then a one piece to change into afterwards so that I'm nice and warm for the sail back to port.  

(Red Bikini: San Lorenzo, Body Chain: Nasty Gal, Sunglasses: Warby Parker, Earrings and bracelet: Suai Suai, Scarf: Shovava, Body Tattoos: Flash Tattoos, One-Piece: My moms from the 80s, Coverup: Zara