Apollo 11 first entered a 103 nautical mile orbit, and midway through orbit 2 was boosted onto lunar trajectory. This was 2hrs 50mins into the mission, so from this point onwards, mission control were not considering orbits of the Earth.
Apollo 11 passed 22k nautical miles at 5hrs and 22 minutes into the mission.
2:54 p.m.- The spacecraft is reported 22,000 nautical miles from Earth
and traveling at 12,914 feet per second. Crew members keep busy with
This was during the Translunar Coast phase, which ran from 2hrs 44mins to 75hrs 74mins
Translunar Coast (Duration 73:10) 2:44 - 75:54 GET
After TLI, which places the spacecraft in a free lunar return trajectory,
the following major events occur prior to LOI:
(a) Transposition, docking and LM ejection, including SIVB photography
(b) Separation from SIVB and a CSM evasive maneuver
(c) SIVB propulsive venting of propellants (slingshot)
(d) Two series of P23 cislunar navigation sightings, star/earth horizon,
consisting of five sets at 06:00 GET and five sets at 24:30 GET
(e) Four midcourse corrections which take place at TLI +9, TLI +24,
LOI -22 and LOI -5 hours with DV nominally zero (See Table 1-1).
(f) Passive thermal control (PTC) will be conducted during all periods
when other activities do not require different attitudes.
(g) LM inspection and housekeeping
(h) LOI1, performed at 75:54:28 GET, ends the TLC phase.
There is nothing in the flightplan to indicate this was considered as a point of interest, in fact at that point the plan states:
Doff & Stow helmet, gloves and PGA's.
There is an interesting point on page 115 of the flight plan showing field of view at 7hrs 0 minutes into the mission, and it appears to be directly overhead Honduras, at 15N, but I don't have range data at that time stamp.
Weirdly, in hunting for info, far too many moon landing hoax pages seem to have relevant data but misunderstand or misuse it badly...