Last night we had a rip roaring thunder an lightening storm. Beautiful but only lasted about an hour , but the lightening was spectacular and only a brief flicker of a power failure. This morning I woke to a almost daylight sky with a full moon shinning in thru our patio door, and clear skies. But what to my wondering eyes should appear over the bay but a whole string of lights that had never been there before. Thankfully my camera
has a good zoom, I can’t hold the camera still enough to get a good picture on super zoom, but good enough to see that it was a large cruise ship. I knew no cruise ships had scheduled stops in Zihuatanejo this year, so I suspect they were seeing safe harbor from the storm. By one that afternoon they were gone.
Also yesterday a large yacht came into the bay. I wonder now if they had warnings about the weather and decided to “slum it overnight” in our bay. Yachts like that aren’t the average visitor here.
I keep finding traces of Christmas here and there. No one is in a hurry to take down the decorations. On my morning quest to get my newspaper I discovered this large cactus still decorated. But I didn’t find the paper. At 8:30 I was told come back at 1-00. I went back 2:30 and I was told manana. Now I have learned that manana does not necessarily mean tomorrow, it just simply means not today.
As I write this it is just a little after midnight I’m sitting on the balcony listening to music coming from about 3 different bars. The temperature is in the high 70’s right now and a little humid. There is a possibility of more thunder storms tomorrow, should be interesting. The music so far it is pleasant as they are not real loud. One of them will play until 6 am, and sometimes. Signing off KO