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Category Archives: Buster’s On The Beach
Another summer in the Costa Maya, meant just another hurricane season for Buster. And oh, how he hated hurricane season. Besides the giant economic hit he took from a hurricane, there were days of preparation and hard work that could … Continue reading
Livin’ and dyin’ in 3/4 time, the real rhythm of life, as The Boys like to call it, begins each day with coffee on Mahahual Mexico’s beautiful oceanfront malecon, at Buster’s on the Beach. The cinnamon flavored Oaxaca coffee, breakfast … Continue reading
It was early evening and the Livin’ and Dyin’ in 3/4 Time Boys were busy doing just that at their usual table along the Mahahual malecon, sipping cold cervezas and enjoying huge plates of the Buster’s special of the day, … Continue reading
There are several different types of people from the US that spend varying amounts of time in our little tropical Mexican Mayberry town of Mahahual. Everyone from your country club rich guy, to your rolling stone vagabond, and everyone in … Continue reading
In a small town like Mahahual, seems pretty much everyone knows everyone else, as well as everyone else’s business. At least some always seem to think they do. Mahahual is like most small towns though, where there is little to … Continue reading
It was just another warm, Tropical, early summer evening at Buster’s on the Beach, and the place was fairly quiet. It was “no season”, the month between high and low season, and the town was pretty empty. Just a few … Continue reading