November turned out okay for us. Still well under our budget of $1,000 per month, November came in at a total of $879.17. Nothing out of the ordinary, so here's the details...
Gasoline: Spent $117.57 on gasoline. Will probably be slightly higher than that for December, but not by much.
Propane: Didn't have to fill up. Will need a fill up within the next week or so though, so there will be an expense for December. Doesn't matter...propane is so cheap here.
Groceries: Spent only $175.18 on groceries. That's after spending only $168.69 on groceries in the month of October. And you know we eat well, and we don't eat out often. Groceries are cheap here.
Alcohol: Spent $89.10 on booze. That's the cheapest month since last December.
Miscellaneous: Another decently cheap month, however we don't have Whiskey anymore, and a lot of doggie expenses had been piling into this category. Spent a total of $114.74, and that included a beach umbrella that we bought, as well as our travel expenses for our long weekend in Mazatlan.
Entertainment: $101.02, and that includes meals out for the month.
Overnight expenses: Definitely higher than normal, at $262.47. But we knew this trip was going to be a little more expensive in this regard, plus we made the decision to splurge a little in the last few days. December should be cheaper.
So there you have it...more than two full months in Mexico, for total expenses of less than $800 per month average.