Mexico, it’s Elizabeth Jean again. People here are beginning to wonder. They see us off with our computer and suspect, correctly, we are on the internet. So, it is time for us to let go and move on. Before we do, one more thing we like about you.
Thing 6: Your people.
From Ensenda to Chiapas and all parts in between, your people welcomed us. We felt at home and safe roaming remote fishing villages, exploring small towns, and navigating large cities. When we spoke our limited (but now enlarged) Spanish, you encouraged us. On inland tours, your experts shared their pride in and passion for you. In sum, your people opened their homes and lives to us. We will remember them and you, Mexico, fondly until we return.
In Zincantan, la Senora teaches Dominique from Meridian how to use the loom.
Making tamales in Yelapa.
Buying fish in San Evaristo, Sea of Cortez
Sharing photographs in Agua Verde, Sea of Cortez.
Sharing the night on the Day of the Dead, Nuevo Vallarta