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... gringo, but am getting great value for my money, and paying the Mexican price
of my goods.
The Market contains around 4 butcher shops where the meat, Rez
(beef) and Cerdo (pork) is delivered whole, or on the half, and the butchers
cut it there to your requirements. Now this is not to the faint of heart
especially if you were to see the deliveries. A small-refrigerated truck
delivers the carcasses sometimes, but mostly they are just in the back of ...
... sail at 8pm for L.A.
Thursday April 3rd
It is so much cooler today and very windy. The ocean is very rough so makes walking around the ship a challange. There has been another outbreak of the norvovirus and infuenza according to the captain this evening.
Tonight is the last formal dinner so we went down so we could have our last meal with the 2 ladies from Darwin whom we have become friends ...
... when our dearest friends - Glen & Joe, ex-pats from Ohio who moved here permanently a few years ago and befriended my parents, well, our whole family - invited me to meet them for dinner and drinks on Friday. Or drinks and then dinner, I suppose. That's how it works when you get older (and no, I'm not calling the boys old!!). You do it in reverse order. You end up eating at the same time as the 20-somethings. But you go to bed right after, so you have to meet around 4pm or ...
... situation.All I can say is thank goodness for the large rubber bungees we had bought in La Paz on one of our Ferreterria visits and of course Captain Tony's engineering skills. We booked into the nearest marina that night and motored trepidly the next morning.A bonus is that we are in a pretty town ,have met some old friends (Linda and Darrell, s/y Princess Erica),the sun is shining and today we found a welder in the back streets.Ramses (yes,really) is coming ...
... sections divided by a concrete meridian. Lanes were not marked, but rather created depending on the width of the road divided by the number and width of the cars on the road. The far right section was allotted for turning left - aka Lane de Returno, or what we called it, the Retardo lane. In order to complete the turn, cars must yield to those traveling in the section closest to them in the same direction and only turn once the horizontal light is red, just before the oncoming cars ...