I got my old 3gs Iphone working again, don’t ask me how. I friend of mine brought me an old 3gs Iphone of his down for me, and the night before he came down, I plugged mine in and it started working. Since it is working at the moment I downloaded all the photos I had on it and took some more.
Here are some of the recent photos I have taken done here recently.
I played a joke on the kids on the malecon the other day. I told them that this guy was Santa Claus on vacation on a cruise ship in Mahahual. They believed me, and went up and asked him if he was Santa Claus, he said yes and gave them candy.
Santa Claus here on vacation.
We have been getting a lot of campers and RVs camping near the lighthouse I have noticed lately.
Every morning when I leave my house to go to work or the malecon, this Iguana is sitting there waiting on me. I think he lives in the drain on the street. But every day he is there waiting on me, sunning himself, he is like a pet.
Last Thursday 3 ship day.
Dean, WaxWorh Hands, and his wife from Missouri, regulars here on cruise ship. They brought me down Carolina Panther hat for Super Bowl.
My new Carolina Panther hat, just in time for Super Bowl. If you are coming down here on a cruise ship or vacation, bring down a hat from where you are from. Just not a Dallas Cowboy or Clemson hat. I really would like a North Dakota State hat, I like obscure hats from different colleges.
My water guy showed up the other day wearing a South Carolina Gamecock shirt. I asked him where he got it, and he said Corozal Free Zone. He said he saw me in Gamecock shirt and wanted one.
Tourists being tourists.
Jorge, from the Tropicante, pouring shots of tequila in the water.
My new sidekick on the beach. Her mother does massages, so she hangs around and talks to me all day.
Pretty woman throwing the football around on the beach.
This is something I don’t quite understand. People come down here from the freezing north, and they stay inside on the internet instead of enjoying the sun
The first thing cruise ship tourists want to do now, is hook up to the internet, as soon as they get in town.
This is what I tell everybody that I meet down here.
Don’t ask me how a Clemson golf cart got down here, I am going to have to talk to someone at the port.
Things are very busy down here in Mahahual at the moment. A lot of Canadians in town, and a lot of US expats also. Also a lot of interest in real estate here. Don’t say I did not warn you, Mahahual is growing every day, don’t miss out.
Thanks for reading,
Stewart Rogers USA-South Carolina