EN LA CIMA DEL MUNDO I woke up last Saturday morning, hopped in a cab, and headed to the airport. I boarded a flight for Puerto Vallarta, and when I arrived, I took a cab to the Paradise Village resort, where I jumped on board the Constitution, that was tied to the dock. Myself, twelve other guys, and one lovely lady, were heading out on a three and a half day adventure, in pursuit of the giant yellowfin tuna, that swim in the blue green waters surrounding the Tres Marias islands. As each of us arrived, the owner/operator of the boat, Keith Denette, welcomed us aboard, and introduced us to his crew. My fellow passengers enjoyed a libation, and chit chatted amongst themselves while waiting for the next angler to arrive. About seven p.m. Captain Keith fired up his twin diesel engines, and we motored slowly out of the harbor under a beautiful evening sky. The lights of the coastline, and the stars in the sky both brightened up as we put water under the hull. We gathered up in the galley, where Chef Alberto, aka Beto, was tossing out tamales, while the Skipper ran down the program on the boat's operation, and his plan for the next couple of days. He told us he'd been off of the water for a couple of days due to a cancelled charter, and we were going to have to do some hunting, in order to locate our prey. After dinner, and a nightcap, everyone hit their sack early.