Zih Right Attitude Latitude

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Monday, February 10, 2020, 21:12 (56 days ago)

When the entire year is made up of mostly warm sunny days, it tends to make time slow down. Of course, the midday heat of the tropics makes the local tradition of siesta almost a sacred event for those of us accustomed to observing it, and that alone is worth living in the tropics. A siesta sure makes our days more pleasant and our life more relaxing.

And this time of the year when cold fronts burn out on top of us only makes the evenings all that much more pleasant for sleeping. Like having free A/C. Just cool enough for sleeping under a sheet instead of on top of it as we normally do.

This is the beach access at the Plaza El Pescador where folks can catch water taxis to Las Gatas on calm days. Good thing most every day is calm here.

The bay is a lively place this time of year with its own neighborhood of folks who share a passion for sailing and cruising far from the madness of congested roads and noisy cities. What a life!

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