Web Analytics

A busy day!

A busy day!

Our grannies for the Tercera Edad were dressed in their best for the Revolution Day parade on 20 November.  Leading them, holding the Mexican flag, was Director Cirino.  Followed by the grannies,  everyone concentrated on walking along the cobbled streets.  The delightful Queen and her two princesses rode in the back of the truck as regally if it was a state carriage.

Then time for a rest before putting on the good clothes again and attending at the TE facility.  As they’d been in the sun and the heat for nearly 2 hours that morning we couldn’t expect them to cook, so Amigos treated them to a rich chicken pozole, with additional servings of pork and beans, pulled pork, lentils, rich potato salad, etc …provided by our members, thank you all, and thank you for helping to serve it!

And of course – cake!  Two huge ones!  Thank you Mary Carmen and Dick !  Kudos to Marilyn for organising it all, which is in addition to helping the ladies with their crafts which will be available for sale at the BSP Christmas Boutique  on 14 December.  All help welcome on Thursday afternoons at the facility, don’t worry about the language!

First published 25 November 2013

By | 2014-10-12T09:46:11-05:00 November 25th, 2013|Tercera Edad|4 Comments

About the Author:


  1. Ylonka December 5, 2013 at 10:30 am


    My husband is in Bucerias and he would like to do some voluntary work with the elderly as he does that in NL as well.

    Where can he find Tercera Edad and who does he contact?



    • admin December 9, 2013 at 1:14 pm

      Hello Ylonka
      Wonderful news that your husband would like to help! The Tercera Edad (“TE”) is easy to find: coming from Mega and approaching Bucerias in the right hand lateral, you will see a green sign on a wooden telegraph pole with an arrow pointing to the right, outside a new taco place “El Cuilt” – this road is called Encino. Follow it to where it ends at the canal and turn right, the TE is just a few yards on the right. If you have an Elements Map it is opposite the charro ring (right hand side of the map). Please contact Marilyn Moxin for details: 298 6441 or email: [email protected]

  2. ylonka January 19, 2014 at 7:50 am

    I am so sorry I only saw your mail just now. We will be in touch soon.

    • Ronnie January 19, 2014 at 9:08 am

      Super, thank you!

Comments are closed.