Say what? I think someone who does painting, plumbing, and electrical lives here?
A lot of these directional signs had Chedraui added to them before we left the island.
We didn't make it to Cachirul this trip, and I read somewhere that they're closing?
Clothing and sewing.
Fish restaurant that serves Kentucky Chicken? Don't tell the Colonel.
Looks like El Pueblito has expanded to include smoothies and ice cream.
Aphrodite's Beauty Salon for mermaids!
I need help on this one, but I think it says something like help Isla to shine like the sun? Notice the little trash basket on the sidewalk below the sun..
Don't contaminate the lagoon!
Now order your pizza with cream cheese edge?
Everyone loves a Bimbo!
And there's a story behind this one. A friend teased me mercilessly about this sign in Mogagua. Obviously, the sign has a deeper meaning than the literal interpretation, but the simple meaning did suit our situation. We stayed out in the colonias this past trip away from our usual digs on the water to save some money. I figured if we were going to stay a month, some sacrifices had to be made. The condo came with a plethora of frustrations. Water that smelled that sewer gas, a fancy combination washer/dryer that never dried anything and would arbitrarily lock and hold our wet clothes hostage, an A/C mini-split that didn't work for the first few hot days, a toilet that didn't flush, internet that the property manager couldn't seem to get fixed -- along with other minor problems that never got addressed because I just got tired of it all. It was our first experience with manana time. Aargh aargh aargh. Once my friend saw this sign, I never heard the end of it. So this one's for Lisa! Ha!