Zih Parteaguas

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Saturday, June 06, 2020, 15:01 (417 days ago)


It wasn't much, but it was wet and it fell from the sky in some parts more than others from Ixtapa to Zihuatanejo, so we'll call it rain. With it arrived the comfy, for me anyways, humidity that embraces and warms the soul. It also does wonders for your skin. As long as it isn't a torrential downpour, it's welcome.

Waves are still large. Since there haven't been any passing storms they are likely from a mar de fondo effect. The water is still cool, but a change is in the air.

The fishermen are having a bit of luck with tuna. We keep seeing large ones being carted away from the mercado de los pescadores. Hopefully they are feeding lots of people.

The federal government released its recommended alineamientos for the operation of different types of businesses so that communities at least have a guideline, but the government stressed that's its recommendations are just that, not to be used as a means of oppression or authoritarianism, such as the incident in Guadalajara that led to the murder by police of a young man named Giovanni López for not wearing a cubrebocas, the reason for many demonstrations recently in Guadalajara and Mexico City. No one is supposed to be stopped or detained for not wearing a cubrebocas. Compliance is entirely voluntary, though of course in everyone's best interests.

Pangas have to time the waves carefully entering and leaving the beach.

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