Friday, February 09, 2007

Zihuatenejo

We made ourselves at home in sunny, hot Zihuatenejo for a week. Early mornings and late evenings were fantastic, a chance to sit outside and stare up at the stars, the sunset, and the sunrise in perfect balmy comfort. We hardly minded the glaring hot days, since we were almost always on the way to some beach or boat, or sipping some drink in the shade.
Zihuatenejo is still an authentic Mexican town, although the tourist trade infiltrates every corner. The buildings begin just behind the beach, then climb up steep hills. We spent time with cruising sailors from the U.S., talked with them, and now feel as if we can imagine coming back on Indigo.

1 Comments:

Anonymous phoebe m. olivera said...

Hey Guys,
Phoebe here... So tell me all about it. Zihua was very beautiful but so touristy it was overwhelming. I personally was glad to get back to Morelia. What is next for you? When do you think you'll be coming back to the states? The bad weather has pretty much subsided we're just back to the same ole' NW thing. School is trudging along, it's been difficult because we have been going through this terrible flu season. Anyway, I just thought I would see what you were doing.

February 16, 2007 9:54 PM  

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