We have now arrived at our first call in Mexico, Zihuatanejo, a tender port. Tomorrow it will be Huatulco, before heading off to Panama and our second canal passage, this time from the Pacific to the Caribbean. The weather has now warmed up and calmed down, with a temperature of 28 degrees and bright sunshine. This call substituted Acapulco, which, unfortunately is still experiencing problems with violence. Zihuatanejo is an old fishing village which is now a coastal resort. It is right at the heart of the very recent earthquake, but this hasn't affected our visit here, and there are no visible signs of it. It has been a fabulous day. P & O continue tn look after us very well, and yesterday was the occasion of our second luncheon exclusively for world cruisers. The event was hosted by the Captain, David Pembridge and his officers, and our our own table was hosted by Amy, an assistant manager in the administration department A great time was had by all, with great food and plentiful supplies of wine! Happy days continue.