’90 Day Fiancé’: Kenneth Gets off to a Rocky Start in Mexico
The moment that all 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way fans have been waiting for is finally here: Kenneth Niedermeier and Armando Rubio have reunited in Mexico. The moment couldn’t have been more perfect, and fans are rooting for the happy couple to work out. However, Kenneth is actually off to a rocky start trying to adjust to his new life in Mexico. Read on to learn how it all goes down.
Kenneth gets off to a rocky start in Mexico
Kenneth arrives at night to his new home with Armando. They sit down for a good meal, and their futures look bright together. However, there are already some issues with their new home. When Armando arrived, he learned that the water heater was off, but it’s now turned back on. They are unsure how long the hot water will last.
Kenneth tells the cameras that he noticed a few different things right away about their apartment. Although he and Armando picked it out together, it still doesn’t have all the amenities Kenneth is used to. The apartment doesn’t have central heat or air conditioning, which is definitely different for Kenneth.
Kenneth also learns that the closest bank is 40 minutes away, which might become an inconvenience at times. Considering Kenneth is used to just going around the corner to an ATM, this is very different for him.
Kenneth and Armando go out to explore their new surroundings
Kenneth speaks limited Spanish, which will be a “challenge” for him, as Armando puts it. They go out to explore their new surroundings, and right away they talk about the driving differences. Kenneth says there are stop signs everywhere, but they’re not “uniform” in any way.
They get out of the car to walk around, and they find a street vendor selling candy. Kenneth is worried about the dust from the road getting on the treats, but Armando insists there isn’t any dust. Armando even says Kenneth is a “germaphobe.”
Despite his reservations, Kenneth tastes the candy. “This candy looks like a blood clot, and tastes like hot salsa or something,” Kenneth says to the cameras. He wasn’t liking the candy as much as Armando, that’s for sure.
They find a store that Kenneth says looks like a garage and not exactly a store. Kenneth also has to learn how the currency works in Mexico, since he’s used to dollars in the United States. “I never thought about it when I was moving to Mexico that I would be so dependent on Armando to just function. If I wanted to buy something, I don’t even know how the currency works. I probably should have studied up more,” Kenneth says.
Kenneth is learning that his new surroundings are nothing like what he’s used to in the United States. It’s definitely a culture shock for him, and he’s off to a rocky start in Mexico so far. There are a lot of differences, but hopefully Kenneth will get used to it.
Who knows how Kenneth will adjust in the long run in his new surroundings? We’ll keep you updated on Kenneth and Armando’s relationship.