Amar y ApreZIHar La Vida

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Sunday, October 25, 2020, 20:49 (35 days ago)


As of today Zihuatanejo has registered a cumulative total of 1,443 confirmed, 104 that have resulted in fatalities, 50 that are currently active, and approximately 1,205 that have recovered. We seem to be in a flat spot on the curve.

Still seeing way too many tourists not using facemasks or practicing social distancing. The police at the bus parking area, at the pier and patrolling the waterfront say nothing to them. Unlike Oaxaca, Sonora and many other states, Guerrero won't be going to Semáforo Amarillo for at least the next two weeks.

When our 102-year old neighbor and lifelong friend of my wife Doña Cari passed away 8 years ago she left behind two cats. One a black and white male named Prieto who died last year, and the other a brown tabby named La Panchonita whom we found dead in her favorite spot this morning. She was around 18 years old. One of the most fortunate cats in the world! She often greeted people at Plaza del Artista from her rooftop perch overlooking the statue. Maybe you heard or saw her? We'll miss her, but at least she had a pretty darn good life for a cat.

Today was another hot day, too hot to move around much outdoors unless you had plenty of coolant, preferably mojitos.

Of course I got up an hour too early to watch Formula 1 history be made this morning. That's what I get for trying to second guess F1's official website clock.

Tourists from a bus were in the water in front of the museum at Playa Principal way before the sun came up today.

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