Que Pasa

So many photos to share and we are running out of days for 2022. Are you looking forward to the New Year?

Very early December some new folks to Tres Amigos asked about going to a special restaurant before Christmas. So on December 17th a few of us went to Gaia.

The Plazuela Machado was all decked out in Christmas lights and this cute display train. It was so wonderful to get out and about. At this time I had no idea that I would not have to have surgery so I was soaking everything in.

All BCers, Kelly and Fred, Patrica and Dennis and Gary and of course ua

Our favourite band, Los Cryps, was playing at Gaia. However there is no longer any space to dance, yet Kelly and Fred found a place to do their thing.

I did have physio on December 22nd and again on the 24th. The first time I only received two types of this electrical stimulation to my knee as well as an ultrasound treatment. On the 24th I also received knee exercises to do at home. For which I am grateful as I do them daily.

There are a few areas set up to sell fruits and veggies on the Mazatlan side of the Embarcadero as well as the fish market. First time that we have seen bamboo being cut up and prepared to sell.

I took a few close ups of the pelicans that hang around the embarcadero.


Green! Interesting tip of his beak.

Always fun to pass a cruise ship on the lancha as we head back to the peace of the Isla.

Clever marketing. This fellow had obviously made arrangements with the lancha captain to entertain the very full boats going back and forth on the 24th.

He also sang and I was surprised that a few of the people on the lancha knew what he was singing and joined in. He did well in tips as we disembarked.

December 27th.

December 28th.



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13 thoughts on “Que Pasa

  1. Alison Meredith says:

    I think that is sugar cane, not bamboo?

    1. You are so right. Happy New Year.

  2. Cindy says:

    Feliz Ano Nuevo!

    1. And to you three as well.

  3. Nice pictures! Merry Christmas to you both!

    Oh, that is sugar cane, not bamboo 😎

    1. Thank you Nancy, of course it is sugar cane. My mind was in a fog of pain.

  4. SandyM says:

    Happy New Year to you and Colin. Such beautiful photos especially of the sunset and the Pelicans!

    1. Soon you will be here to see to set it all yourself.

  5. Wishing you and Colin a Happy New Year with lots of fun with your furry kids! Enjoy your beautiful surroundings and good times with friends.

    1. Were are looking forward to a fun and healthy 2023, especially with the girls.

  6. Sandie Dixon says:

    Happy New Year. No partying here. Just the way I like it. Sure glad you have been feeling good enuf to get out and about. Looking forward to more adventures with the twins.

    1. Thank you Sandie. Wishing you a much better year in 2023. Sending hugs and doxie kisses.

  7. Pauline Watson says:

    Happy New Years to you and Colin 🙂

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