We've been analyzing the weather and conditions for about 3 hours now and have decided to head out of the Belize barrier reef to try to jump to Mexico (Puerto Morelos, Cozumel or Isla Mujeres, not sure of the final destination yet). Assuming we don't turn back to Belize due to rough seas, we are likely to make landfall in Mexico by tomorrow night. We'll check back in when we next have an Internet signal.
We are ready to be on the move but have enjoyed our time in Belize tremendously. Will try to post pics when we get to Mexico.
Blue Kai clear.
We heard Stars calling y'all the other day and tried to break in, but think we were all out of range. We're right behind you, looking to make landfall in Isla late next week. We'll be interested to know how your check-in goes, so if you have a moment, drop us a line, willya? See ya there!ReplyDelete
Have a fun and safe trip to Mexico! - Sonya H.ReplyDelete
Wow!!! That must have been a good current! Amazingly fast!!!ReplyDelete
Miss you much...
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