We were in La Paz for a long time. Part of that time we worked.
We fully provisioned the boat for the next two months. It took eight dingy trips to town. More accurately, it took eight backpack and bag loads back to the dingy from the grocery store (about two miles). We provisioned based on our usage for the last two months. For example, (for the next two months) 6kg total of fresh beef, chicken and pork + 6 pkg. lunch meat + 1 kg packaged/cooked meat; 100 eggs; 3# butter; 5# cheese; 10l non-refer milk; 18 pints non-refer crème (Media Creme); 50 cans of vegetables; 6 doz. flour tortillas + 6 doz. corn tortillas; 24 small bags potato chips + 16 bags corn chips. We won’t discuss the booze, but we brought 80 limons onboard.
One last thing:
This is a Wally Power 118. Triple turbine-jets. It looks sillier in person than on the web: http://www.newsliguria.com/mega-yacht/wally-power-foto/2685 and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/118_WallyPower. 60 kts. Good for it.