Deliveries are done differently here in Mexico than what we were used to in the United States. Take the new copper-topped table that ordered a while back. Instead of being able to pick it up on our trip to Morelia two and a half weeks ago, we had to have it shipped to us here in Zihuatanejo. It arrived today, but rather than bring it directly to our house, they called and we had to meet the truck at the dolphin statue to collect it. This is standard practice, unless it is an Amazon order which arrives at the doorstep. The woman signing papers here just received three large sacks of masa from the same guys who next loaded our table into the back of my waiting vehicle. This is not our first experience with this system, but it is still a little nerve wracking making the pickup.