The rainy season looks to be over, though the hillsides are still a lush green, and the nightly temperatures have cooled to that perfect sleeping temperature that still makes sleeping under the sheets optional yet cozy. The crisp morning air now seems to make colors brighter, beginning with lava-like reds against a backdrop of deep-space blue. Yet the dawn moves fast at this latitude, and the rich twilight colors fade quickly into the brightness of full morning sunlight as the glowing orb peeks over the hillsides, their long shadows receding in what seems like only a brief moment. And the next thing you know it's a new day in old Zihuatanejo.
Sunrise over Zihuatanejo Bay