Our broadcasts today included a Spit or Swallow contest and a listener-delivered top ten list. It's always nice when your traveling companions do your job for you (thanks, Dennis)!
I did the local bus back into Zihuatenejo again and did a little shopping and then enjoyed a couple of Sol beers with Scott from Fox World Travel and a couple of International Incident ladies by the harbor. Muy Bueno.
There was a touching renewal of vows by some listeners after the Afternoon Road Show and a nice dinner with a flaming Spanish Coffee desert which was a cool show.
I took a few photos of the stunning sunset which is a daily magnificence here on Mexico's Pacific Coast. Never gets old! I accompanied the SUNSET with a tasty Tequila SUNRISE (because I like to be contrary).
The beach bar here is a welcome part of the experience. It is open until 1:00 a.m. (although I have yet to see it past 11 p.m.). Most resorts close up everything by the ocean after dark sets in. I think that's a shame because there's nothing better than crashing waves and and evening breeze with a good cocktail and better friends.
I haven't been my usual self on this trip in that I have yet to awake with a hangover. I kind of like it but it is a foreign experience!
I heard tell that one of our crew caught a six-foot sailfish today and that the staff at the resort will be preparing it for dinner Friday night. A Wisconsin fish fry on the beach in the winter is a good thing.
I think this one may rank as the best International Incident ever.