Una Bahía PreZIHosa

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Thursday, March 11, 2021, 07:57 (63 days ago) @ mosesk

In addition to dinners in restaurants, we tend to buy gifts for friends, mostly the hand painted stuff, clothes, placemats, the occasional rug and jewelry. We will actually try to over-buy this time to do what we can to help. But as I said in the OP, even though we are vaccinated and will be masked, we will stay away from any place where there are unmasked folks, be they tourists, locals or other gringos.

The last few days I have walked from Madera to the area of Bodega.
I have been surprised at the percentage of people I see wearing masks.
Most of the shopkeepers, as well as pedestrians are wearing masks.
It's almost like they FINALLY got the message that they were supposed to and it's actually a good thing to do.
Of course there are some that aren't wearing masks.
I don't know their reasoning, their thought process, their motivations.
But as always it comes down to individual responsibility...and modeling behavior

'Bout spit out my delicious coffee laughing at your comment remembering your sojourn on the pier one morning when it was closed to the public. So are you saying that now at your late age you've finally learned NOT to walk in areas marked off with yellow tape that says PRECAUCIÓN NO PASAR?

Couldn't resist. :stirpot:

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