Towards the end of the drive, once we had to turn off down to the costal area where we will be kiting, we had to drive on the most beautiful roads that wrapped around giant pink salt pans that was beaming with wildlife.
We arrived at the spot and it was perfect. The wind was already between 15-20 knots and the water was butter flat and warm as can be for the West Coast.
First things first we had to figure out where we were going to sleep for the night and there was no accommodation nearby and it was to far of a drive to drive back in the evening as there was a 9pm curfew in place set by the government. We knew that there was very few locals and that we should be able to set up camp on the beach right next to the River Mouth where we would be kiting. So we spent the next hour after their arrival try to get the car and trailer out of sight behind a sand dune and we set up camp with the tents that they had packed.