Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Navel Lookout Spot, Guns & Beers & Reflections of a Full Day

After a brief stop at the overcrowded La Entrega Beach, Michael and I followed our fellow Canadian friends, Patricia and Joel – P & J, to a popular lookout spot of Santa Cruz Bay.

Mexican Navel Look-Out Over Santa Cruz Bay

Santa Cruz Cemetery

We drove past the Santa Cruz Cemetery.

Guns and Beers

On our way back to La Crucecita, we stopped off at Guns & Beers to say a quick hello to Canadian friends!

Dinner at Terra Cotta

Covered in sand from a day of adventure and beach hopping, we settled into the lovely restaurant, Terra Cotta for a tasty dinner!! Michael and I started with a favorite, coconut shrimp. I had the tenderloin steaks, Michael had the fish, Patricia had the chicken and Joel had the pizza! Dessert is my favorite dish of any meal!! My favorite combination is a plain New York cheesecake with glass of chardonnay! The cheesecake was so fluffy and light!!

Time to Call it a Day

After dinner, we followed P & J out of downtown La Crucecita and made out way home!

Day 7 Reflections – This Day Started With An Earthquake!

What a full day!! This day started with an earthquake at 4:20ish am and kept on going! This day we met our new friends, Patricia and Joel, P & J, rented a scooter and traveled all over Huatulco! This day brought us to Rabbit Beach, Surfers Beach, Copalita River, a Papaya Farm, La Entrega Beach, the lighthouse near La Entrega Beach, the Navel Look-out and ended with delicious food!!! Including this blog – I wrote 9 blogs to cover all the adventures of Day 7! You can check them out below in my list of Huatulco blogs!

Thank you Patricia and Joel for such an adventurous day!!! 🙂 🙂

Buenas noches!!

S, 🙂

My blogs on Huatulco:

Huatulco, Mexico – Bumped Up To Business Class – WestJet & Air Mexico

Huatulco, Mexico – Arriving!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 1 – La Crucecita, Chahué Bay, Turkey Vultures & Tequila

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 2 – Chahué Beach, Dos Equis, Shrimp Tacos & Michael Arrives!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 3 – Chahué Beach, Brown Pelicans & Mini Coronas

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 4 – Tangolunda Bay, Tangolunda Beach, Resort Crashing, Margaritas & Sand Boobies

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day, Early Morning Sunrise & Early Morning Catch of a Mexican Sierra

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Early Morning Moments

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Parroquia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe – Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – The Many Colors of Downtown La Crucecita

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve Day – Santa Cruz Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 5 – New Year’s Eve – Dinner at Señor Barril & The Sights of Santa Cruz Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 6 – New Year’s Day – “Polar Bear” Dip, Fish Tacos & Canadian Hockey

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Earthquake – Yes – Earthquake! Oh & Morning Run

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Canada vs Slovakia, Patricia & Joel & Renting a Scooter

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Conejos Beach – Rabbit Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Bocana Beach – Surfer Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita River & Rafting

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Copalita Town – Nope, A Papaya Farm!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – The Lighthouse Near La Entrega Beach

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – La Entrega Beach – Holy Crowded!!!

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 7 – Navel Lookout Spot, Guns & Beers & Reflections of a Full Day

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 8 – Funky Van, Chahué Beach and Yautja

Huatulco, Mexico – Day 9 – Last Day

Huatulco to Halifax – Upgraded to Business Class & Welcomed Home With A Nova Scotia Snow Storm!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Was this the earthquake from Jamaica? We landed in Belize about an hour after the earthquake. Did you feel much in Mexico? It didn’t cause any damage in Belize.

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    1. I don’t know? I was awake and when it happened. My brain couldn’t register what it was. The entire building shook for at least 5 seconds (something like that) with a loud sound like a huge, rumbling truck – that was what my mind then identified the moment as – a truck so big passing by it shook the building. It was only later, talking to fellow Canadians at a restaurant, did I learn what I experienced was an earthquake. The sound I heard was the earth moving. From what I was told from Canadian snowbirds we met, Oaxaca gets earthquakes all the time. Not large scale ones, just rumbles here and there.

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      1. Yikes that’s scary!

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      2. It didn’t feel scary because my brain didn’t realize what it was. Interesting that…..

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  2. Margie says:

    Not the best way to start the day with an earthquake but it sounds like you had a wonderful day! 🙂
    Dinner looks so good!
    I love cheese cake and might jut have to try a glass of chardonnay with it next time.
    ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Cheesecake and chardonnay are LOVELY together!!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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