Family from Puebla leaves Acapulco on a sailboat to travel the world in 2 years.

Photo: @proyectosoltandoamarras

NEWS MEXICO. ACAPULCO.- The Irigoyen-Sánchez family, made up of five members, sailed from the port of Acapulco aboard the “Aldivi” sailboat to travel the world on a trip that will last two and a half years.

What was born as a dream 20 years ago, Alejandro Irigoyen now makes it a reality as a family mission: he will travel with his wife Bernadette Sánchez and their three children around the world, carrying a message of peace.

Photo: @proyectosoltandoamarras

The family originally from Puebla, left the port of Acapulco on their sailboat because that’s where the boat was set up for the trip. Bernadette Sanchez said that, with this trip they seek to integrate as a family and seek a special time away from technology, distractions of the city and bring a message of peace to the world.

Photo: @proyectosoltandoamarras

Alejandro, along with his wife and three children, left the port of Acapulco to live the experience and travel the world on a journey that will last approximately two and a half years. Relatives of the family and friends from Puebla came to say goodbye to the Irigoyen Sánchez, for the beginning of their journey around the world.

 

With information from Proyecto Soltando Amarras

 

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