The fruit and veggie guy at the market is busy and fun to deal with. He counts up your items and totals the bill so quickly he sounds like an auctioneer! Can't understand most of what he says until he comes to the final total, which is always so cheap.
Busy fruit and veggie stand.
When we were done, we decided to walk with Pete and Madeline back to the campground. It's about a half hour walk.
Spent a fair bit of time on the internet researching two items. The first one is our upcoming trip to Las Vegas. There is soooo much to do that is either free or cheap. And I found out which buffets offer the best value for your money and found some 2 for 1 coupons that will make them even cheaper. Also found a great website that lists best free casino gambling. Can't wait to go in and get our free money!
And free stuff to do? Holy cow we're going to have fun....
The other thing I was looking at is the possibility of buying a cheap old camper van for use in England and Europe. There are a lot of older vans available for well under 5,000 British pounds ($7,500) that would suit our needs easily. The plan would be to get it at a good enough price that we would be able to sell it for the same price when we're done with it. Just an idea for the time being, because we're still looking for a house sitting opportunity so if that comes up first then we'll scrap the camper van idea. We'll see.
Reader "Rob in Sask" says... Another great post, have become an avid reader! I was hoping you could share your thoughts on safety issues regarding travelling in Mexico in a small rv by oneself. Some people interested in your lifestyle are single, or have partners that are not comfortable with with full commitment to long term travel. Enjoy.
Well Rob, we are of the opinion that you don't need to do anything differently in Mexico that you wouldn't do in Canada or the U.S.. We've met a few single RV'ers down here, and they don't seem to have any special issues regarding safety.
Today is the day of the big Hacienda Contreras fiesta! Looking forward to the food, the people, and the music!