Fiesta Inn Coatzacoalcos
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WE shared the same mechanic, so the camper and truck were
taken to our mechanic’s garage, and left there for me to handle. Unfortunately, the camper had much more hidden
rot and the job was MUCH bigger than
what I expected. The entire back wall needed replacing, and it was too big of a
job for me to handle. It took almost six weeks for us to get some
carpenters to come by give us quotes, and they were not very ...
... and not very confident, so he reacts. Ok, I recover and I'm awake now. Cat (his mom) gives me the bag of salchichas (cut up hot dog) and I have them in my shirt pocket. I guess he'll tolerate me now that I have the treats. We get out on the street and it's like a donkey that doesn't want to move. He leans up against the wall and really has to be tugged on to continue. We get on the street heading to the lake and it's all downhill, ...
... bottle of wine. I am going to lay low for the rest of the day, take a siesta and read. I went out for dinner last night with 26 other people. We were that obnoxious large party I always see here, but it was great fun. We went to the seafood restaurant Cozamel in Chapala. They serve free margaritas with your dinner! Mariachis wandered in and played a few songs too. I had a great time.
... if it happens again that same magazine won’t be used as a hammer.
There’s a midnight mass tonight that I considered attending but thought better of it as I don't to walk the 2 miles home at 2AM. But it’s my first Semana Santa in Latin America and I didn’t come here to drink tequila and hang out with only gringos.
That said, it’s been great to begin my journey in these parts with English speaking
folk who ...
... and, OUR U.S. Auto & RV Insurance costs us $1,400 A YEAR vs the same Auto & RV Insurance here in MEXICO costs us half the amount for the same coverage at $700 A YEAR. Hmmmm?? Did we go wrong somewhere with our insurance programs in the U.S.? Especially health insurance? And we still cannot agree on universal health care. I AM SORRY. I should not have done that. I don’t want my blog turning in to a political forum. We can never get everyone to ...