Not sure what to make of Cuyutlan. There's a lot of houses and property for sale. Is it the next hot thing, or was it hot at one time and now people are just selling to get out. There are some very new, and/or big houses scattered around. And some old and run down stuff. Went to the Tortugario de Cuyutlan, 15 minutes south of town, where they study and do conservation work on turtles. Their main thing is to collect eggs that female turtles lay on the beaches, and take them, and protect them, until they hatch, and then release them into the Ocean. The eggs are protected in Mexico, but people still dig them up to eat them. The Tortugario releases around 100k turtles into the wild each year. Turtles don't become fertile for 30 years, and some live 150 years or more. They have various holding tanks where they have a few turtles they study. Spent some more time on the beach and splashing around this side of the break line again. Watching the waves is mesmerizing. Because of the way the shore rises relatively steeply, some waves actually form as the water goes back out to sea, they clash with the incoming waves, exploding as they do. Depending on the angle they come at each other they can explode all at once or the explosion zips across. The waves are non stop, all day, all night. Sounds like thunder in the distance. Took a walk just before sunset and there are small crabs running all around the beach. I can think of worst places to be. This is one of the pools, about 10 of them, where they keep turtles. Keep the males and females separate. Moving on tomorrow.