The young musicians were back last night in front of the art gallery, and the crowd began to form. Soon folks come forward one by one and to drop a tip in the kitty. We have this wonderful birds eye view from our third floor balcony and as the crowd gets larger the band really draws the audience in by their talent,energy and large repertoire of great 60’s music, At first folks just sway to the beat of the music and it’s only the little kids who just can’t resist dancing.
But soon a few dancing couples get out there and then the entire street has erupted into dancing and singing to the music and begging for more each time the band said it was quitting time. A totally mixed crowd of tourist, snowbirds, and local mexican families. What a wonderful impromptu street dance, a truly wonderful Zihuatanejo evening.
On a sunday morning sidewalk, things are quite different.
The only real activity is at the pier where the tourist fishing boats are embarking, on the beach the commercial fishing fleet is in and are busy selling their catch.
A young girl is busy helping her “abuela” package orders for peppers. It always looks to me as if you want to work there is work for you. It may not be glamorous work but there is work. Signing Off KO