Anchor down in Mexico

We dropped the hook this morning in a little bay protected from the north and west, almost at the head of the infamous Gulf of Tehuantepec, after a 5-day passage.  The passage was basically uneventful with some great sails and lots of motor sailing in light wind.   We did hit some rough water off of Guatemala with Papagayo winds, but the sailing was great and the seas were not a problem until the wind died then we rolled for several hours before the seas calmed.   We also had some wild seas last evening with the westerly winds so it was very nice to get anchored, even though the seas had calmed by then and the wind was light.  Still about 55 miles to go to get to Huatulco, but stronger northerly winds are expected in the next day so we decided to play it safe and get some rest.