From now until the "sweat birds"' start arriving in mid-June in their SUVS loaded with kids and pets, it will be quiet in Mexico. The holidays of Semana Santa and Labor Day are behind us.
The days are warming up to about 90 although, thankfully, the humidity is below 20%. It is time for siestas in the warmest part of the afternoon or a tall, cool, drink and a good book.
The beaches are probably empty. They will be, more or less, until next November when the "snow birds" arrive back in full force.
It's a lovely time to be here. No traffic. Few people on the benches. Only us hardy locals here to enjoy things like Wednesdays buying fresh veggies and fruits or shopping at the traveling markets on Tuesday without the benefit of crowds.
Not many events going on as happens during "the season". Except, there will be a Paella Cook-off on Saturday that I don't intend to miss. I'll walk over, wander around under the large trees, sample delicious paella, talk to friends and then head home before the afternoon sun starts to boil. They expect to have 100 chefs! It is such a time consuming dish to make that it will be fun (and delicious) to sample the fare.