Underway North along the Mexican Coast

We left our anchorage behind Isla Sacrificio late Thursday afternoon as the rollers and their rebounds from the rocky shore were building to the uncomfortable level.  We had a nice motor sail almost to the point off of Puerto Angel and then spent the next 12 hours in a strong contrary current trying to get past it.  We still had a nice swell from the southwest, but by Friday afternoon the current had lessened enough that the shore began to pass noticeably to our stern.  We have also had some nice morning offshore breezes and afternoon onshore so that the sail has been full much of today and yesterday afternoon making for a pleasant ride.  We are hoping to anchor in a little bay  about a day south of Zihautanejo tomorrow  morning for a few days before continuing on into the big bay and town.