We come down and do nothing. Well, nothing except eat and drink and sleep and read and sun and beach and pool and snorkle and repeat. Head into town once in awhile, mainly for supplies or a dinner out. Same five people, same house with it's pool overlooking the bay and an empty semi private beach. Two years ago we snorkeled with a School of Sardines. It was Awesome. Literally.
We mainly shop at Costco, but also at the Mega. Which is truly Mega. A huge store with a little bit of everything, bicycles, tvs, microwaves, clothes, but mainly groceries. Meat counters, fresh bakery, and a tortilla factory on premise. "Un Kilo Por Favor". So Good. This area seems all about the flour and they are Killer.
They had an interesting assortment of Roland's Sardines, and a couple of those traditional large oval tins of Mexicano en tomate that we've all seen around yet not reviewed, a few tins of Pulpo (got one), and a huge selection of Atún.
The only tin I didn't semi-recognize is this Unitas.Nuevo Imagen!) with websites that have recipes. En Español.
A few folks are off to the beach, McCune is deep into World War Z (so good, read it before the movie comes out), and I'm poppin Vitamins, Tecates, and tins.Gamesa saladitas, La Costeña rajas de chiles jalapeños en escabeche, Salsa Huichol picante and Lol-Tun salsa e chile habanero.