Thursday, January 27, 2011

Heading North

We've been without internet for some time now but have a bunch of blog posts with photos ready to go once we get some. In the meantime, we've left Huatulco, our furthest point south. Since leaving on Saturday, we stopped for a couple of nights in Puerto Angel on our way north, and are now on passage to either Acapulco (estimated arrival at around 5 p.m. today Thursday January 27) or all the way through to Zihuatenajo on Friday. We'll see how we feel as we go.

16 degrees 7.07 minutes North
98 degrees 22.82 minutes West
Somewhere along the Pacific coast of Mexico, approx. 100 miles south of Acapulco and 8 miles offshore

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1 comment:

  1. So glad to hear from you guys - got a little worried for awhile. I hope you are not too disappointed that you couldn't continue further south - or east or west.
    Did you enjoy your travels to Huatulco?
    We're now in Florida, enjoying the only place in North America that has no snow! Today was considered cold - 72 degrees F - fabulous weather for us! Also enjoying a rest from all that packing and moving back in T.O.