Empiezan los Meses DifíZIHles

by ZihuaRob ⌂ @, Zihuatanejo, México, Tuesday, August 29, 2023, 20:16 (34 days ago)


Once again the local government is making noises that it's going to apply the alcoholímetro to combat drunk driving. We've heard this song before. Let's see how serious they are. Since they fail to control the noisy bars and boombox cars, I have my doubts this will be anything other than another publicity stunt and excuse to authorize and disappear a public budget.

For those of you who reside here, September is the month where you can have your will made for half price by one of our notarios públicos. If you spend time here and would like to have your will in Spanish for local legal reasons, this is a good time to take advantage of it. I highly recommend the services of our dear friend Notaría Pública No. 1 Lic. Bolivar Navarrete.

Locals enjoyed another day of spectacular weather. Bright deep blue sunny skies with some beautiful cumulus clouds painted here and there, but so far no rain. A shame hardly any visitors are here to enjoy it. But we here most certainly do!

From now until November locals have to tighten their belts and try to eke by until tourists return with some money to spend. The weekenders we'll get between now and then mostly only help a few beachfront restaurants and low-budget hotels as well as the all-included Ixtapa hotels from which they rarely leave. But for most of us it's a slow season we have to get through somehow.

[image]If you want to spend a few nights in downtown Zihuatanejo to be right in the middle of things, may I suggest Hotel Plaza Zihua. This small, family-run lodging is the only hotel overlooking the plaza as well as the beach and bay. Care has been taken to provide for peace and quiet in their rooms when you don't wish to listen to events in the plaza.
Hotels, Inns & B&Bs in Zihuatanejo

¡Cuidemos nuestro patrimonio!

Una tormenta de paso pinta el cielo al amanecer en la bahía de Zihuatanejo.

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