I’ve been able to escape 99% of the lockdown BS by staying in Tier II-III Mexico.
Published a book about it. PM me your questions. I also do fortune telling and palm readings.
Bonus Mexico is a fat person’s dream. Have another taco! Swill it down with soda. Mmm. Fattening.
That damn secretary of health made the transnational witches slap a label on their fatten-me-up products. It will do nothing though. I am addicted to junk food and love my fat behind so much I am in denial about it.
Seriously, it’s been pretty livable here the past year. I can’t complain about the quality of life. I spend less than $1000/month to golf, surf, use a good gym with no mask, local bus and taxi no mask, sleep in an AC apt, shop locally, hangout in a chill cafe and surf hostel, date women half my age who are brain dead zoomers.
Yipee. Still praying the good lord to send me a skinny wife with manners who’s not brain dead. Please God. I’m trying so hard here.
Mexico never barred Americans (or anyone else). No test. No quarantine.
Cold cerveza. I like Indio best. Then Modelo Negra. Corona is good for hot days. I called that my corona virus cure. I have a nice vid on insta smearing it all over at the beach.
Big 3 cities and tourist areas had more restrictions though. You have to be strategic where you go to avoid the new normal.
Interesting and tongue in cheek update from Mexico - thanks for swinging by. How about Puerto Vallarta? I visited a few years ago and although it has its shady parts I think it was pretty damn livable at the time. Especially if you speak Spanish which both my wife and I do. I probably wouldn't want to live there all year but I could definitely sit out the winter here in Spain. It actually does get cold and rainy in Spain, much to the surprise of most people who expect it to be summer here all year LOL
Anyway, Spain still has its collective head up its ass regarding lockdowns and mask rules. All evidence to the contrary I may add plus the rules that have been implemented are completely nonsensical. E.g. foreigners are able to come here without issues but Spaniards are not supposed to leave their regions. Which isn't heavily involved however; if you jump in the car and drive through half the peninsula there is a good chance you'll never be stopped.