Other than a week in Las Vegas, we have now been six months in Mexico. I'll do an update on our monthly expenses later, but we have proven to ourselves that we can live and travel the country quite comfortably here for under $1,000 a month.
Kind of thought our Spanish would have been better than it is. We can make ourselves understood if we have to ask a question about something, but sometimes we still have a hard time understanding the answer! It's actually a bit frustrating that we aren't better at it, but I think the older you get the more difficult it is to learn a new language. Must be because your brain is close to full by this age and it's tough to cram anything more in there!
Went into town and bought some groceries yesterday, but today is market day so we're going back this morning to get fruits and veggies.
Changed Sherman's faucet yesterday. Now the pump is fixed and so is the faucet. No more leaks! That's the second time we've had to change the kitchen faucet. It's no wonder...they aren't made very well. Even the expensive ones (you can spend $160 on a faucet for your RV kitchen!) are junk. This one was only $25 so we'll see how long it lasts!
Just relaxing for the next five weeks. Have some puttering around on Sherman to do, so we'll get that done and we'll go out and do some hiking and exploring nearby towns.
Another perfect day, down to around 7C (44F) at night, and back up to around 24C (76F) during the day.