Cancun is back to normal and so must we continue with our everyday lives here in the sun. Cancun was very fortunate and things could have been much worse.
200 miles south things were much worse and there has been significant damage that will take a long time to recover from. We now have a donate page which offers different options if you would like to help out those affected financially.
This blog was started exactly a week ago today. In that time we have received over 145,000 visits, more than a thousand comments and attracted widespread International press coverage. From the comments received we know that many vacations that might have been cancelled have gone ahead and that many who could not contact their loved ones in the area have had their worries eased. We are sorry that we haven’t been able to respond to all the comments individually, there are so many of them and to investigate almost every stretch of beach and status of every hotel in the region is an impossible task.
The blog will remain online and if/when another hurricane looks set to come a calling then we’ll be resuming our reporting once again and telling the story as we see it unfold in our home city of Cancun.
My thanks go to Kelly (CancunCanuck), Kimberley (Rivergirl) and Jim (Dangers), without their excellent contributions the undoubted success of our blog could not have been achieved.
Posted by Steve