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... 8221; that we also needed liability for $17 a day or post $11,000 US deposit for the car. And, regardless of what we made reservations for or what we were told, in Mexico you can only rent a car for 28 days at a time (we had planned for 32). Total now comes to $1400 for the month and that’s with a refund for our now – not-necessary – collision insurance (it was sold through the same website that I reserved the car at). ...
... and reasonable but most of all, people are friendly.
A very interesting sight for us at the Malecon was a very tall metal
pole planted on the beach, higher than the palm trees around it,
but sways like it. It is similar to a May Pole in Europe except that
in this one, each of the four guys climbed all the way to the top.
They are the native Indians of Mexico. They are very short but very
lean. They all wear bright red cotton ...
... would be open, so our first stop was Souriana, a grocery store near the dock. I know, I know - who goes to grocery stores on vacation? Well, we love grocery stores, and try to get to one in every port. We bought packages of dried peppers, and a Chilean wine. (The wine was a Cabernet, called 120. Very good).
After that, we took a cab to Old Town, where we checked out a couple of hotels that looked interesting. Maybe one day in the ...
... sunstroke. But happily he just slept and watched 24 episodes of Lost on his computer. The other and last lesson for G was tipping with pesos. He started Thursday night (arrival night) by tipping our new friend, Jorge, 200 pesos, which is $20 CAD. We had excellent service every evening Jorge managed the Breeze bar which was just in front of our rooms. Every evening on my way up to the room, Jorge would wave and asked me if ...
... and sugar skulls.
Initially we felt like intruders. We hesitated to turn people's sadness into photo opportunities so we just observed. That is, until our restaurant owner buddy, Josue, explained: "That's what it's there for! Besides, people aren't sad. Their loved ones are in a better place. They're celebrating. And... they're all hoping to win first prize".
Not sure who won in the end but the Smoking Granny gets my vote!
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