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Wonder though what our neighbors are thinking. When the Debit cards finally arrived, I wrote a shopping list and asked Sid what he needed, Sid asked what was on the list, so told him:.
Rum, Gin, Vodka, Sweet Vermouth, Grand Marnier, Bubbly, Wine, he broke out in laughter I never got to finish reading the rest of the list Toilet paper, paper towels, milk, butter, bacon, eggs, flour, fruits, veggies……..
Hey there are priorities, all the heavy stuff first on the list and first in the basket, right?!! I call that organized shopping! Sid more frequently had the binos in front of his face now that made we laugh, isolation has been so tough that Sid now is an expert in fashion statements of people jogging along the malecon Bordwalk.
He is the official fashion police in Zihuah. They are allowed to jog early morning and late afternoon. Glad he is not running out of things to do.
But eventually he did wander around forlorn with a screw driver in his hand. One night we had a very good conversation and when we were done we realized it was 3.
Actually coming to think of it isolation was very blissful! Easter approached and not much to do so Sid sat up my amp and mike and all that goes with it then I sat on my perch and played my newly mastered Mexican song while Sid filmed and we then sent to our family and friends for an Easter Greeting.
That was actually huge fun, we giggled and laughed. The 2 months went by very slowly and as I always say things happen for a reason, I told Sid I think the constant break downs we had ever since we left Panama and being alone the entire time, conditioned us for this lonely quarantine life.
We enjoyed it, thought it was very peaceful. Eventually Mexico was put on phase 3 with anybody over 60, or diabetic, hypertension are not allowed to go shopping and have to remain indoors.
I told Sid I better get some more liquor and provisions before a ban hits in and was going to go the following morning, well that morning on the VHF net it was announced the liquor ban was in effect, so told Sid to stay home as I needed to get some groceries anyway.
As I walked back to the meat and cheese section I noticed the liquor corner was not closed off so I loaded up the cart and proceeded with the veggie section, as I came out of that corner I noticed that they chained off the liquor section.
My legs moved faster than my brain as they started running to the check out and my brain was hoping that they would not confiscate my loot, wow I was able to leave with it and arrived a home as a hero.
Picked up our Debit cards yeah and called the number to start them then went straight to the Grocery store and oh wow the liquor store was open, hmmm??
Paradise Village was still open so we opted for that. The weather was finally changing to the south and we had a wonderful motor sail to Melaque, miles, where we spent 3 nights and picked up our Posse flag at the marina.
We arrived early in the morning in La Cruz. There must have been about 30 boats at anchor. Daniela and Beat on Kianga we had met in Golfito and seen in Huatulco were in the marina and invited us for dinner.
Dinner and catching up was wonderful. Every day around 11 the wind picks up and blows until about 5pm making it pretty bouncy, so after 2 days of that we decided to go to the Paradise Village Marina.
I found some nice local papaya and a butcher with ox tail, yeah soup here we come. So here we are still in isolation and lock down in a marina.
Beaches still are closed so are all the great swimming pools here and one is limited to wandering around and you have to wear a mask.
The murals on the building in La Cruz are amazing. Anyway, we are kinda stuck here as our Mexican Visa is running out May 27 th , they may or may not renew it and will not until it expires, if not we have no choice but come States side but how are we going to come back in case the borders are still closed, our home is here in Mexico?
If we get the extension we will head further north and out of the hurricane zone. So until then we are just sitting back and doing what everybody else is doing , hoping we soon can go back to our normal life.
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