A Little Zee Food
Certain places in Zihuatanejo are full of countless memories and eternal good vibes, and my wife and I consider them among our favorite spots which we visit as often as possible. Places that make us heave deep sighs of contentment and where we feel completely at home. Here are a couple of them.
The fishermen's area has changed very little in decades except that now the fishermen take better care of their areas, keeping them cleaner than they used to be. Something all their neighbors appreciate and are very grateful for.
This is one of the few remaining amate trees along our waterfront. There used to be several around the zócalo that provided much shade where folks would gather and greet each other and get caught up on the latest chismes, but most were demolished to "remodel" the waterfront area. One of the last ones died last year, and I suspect the popcorn vendor dumped their old oil on the soil there at the end of the evening. Similar to the ceviche and seafood vendors over a decade ago who also dumped their oil around an amate that used to provide shade between the Hotel Ávila and where Daniel's Restaurant now is. It makes us cherish this one all that much more.