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Travel Blogs from Zihuatanejo
... shamelessly in front of his watery realm (I don’t feel naked in a bikini anymore) and threw myself into his warm embrace. He was slightly fierce this afternoon, throwing me around showing me his dominance. But I liked it….
So with his scent on my skin and my hair in that tell-tale mess, I strolled home content and happy with a secret smile on my salty lips that would make Mona-Lisa look grumpy in comparison.
I’m going back for more tomorrow.
... for quite some time, I spend most of the time here by myself, as I figure they need some time to catch up. But as most of you already know, I wouldn’t have it any other way anyway, as I do prefer to dwell alone most of the time. And it’s never fun to be the third wheel. Or is it the fifth wheel? What vehicle are we actually talking about here?
Mind you, it is great to have the two of them here, as they are good people and I’m sure we will share many ...
... cool down. The other side of the mountains proved just as challenging, where we were met with a 6% downgrade for 12 miles; that is what the road side sign said, using a lower gear, rather than the brakes, we proceeded slowly but safely. Around 2:00 we arrived at the campground, Sunland Circle RV Resort, in El Cajon CA, a little east of San Diego. The campground is clean with nice amenities but it ...
... from Sea world. Stopped at a beach on the way back to take in our very first sunset – beautiful!
Quick change at the hostel and then headed out to Hooters for dinner (Robert’s request - although sadly unlike Hooters in DC this one did not have happy endings, it did have happy hour though...oh wait, thats what the crazy viking meant??).
Michelle and I split some chicken wings with hot sauce and garlic parmesan (par-ma-jarn as she’d say it!) and ...
... Rick Steves." The small blanket was for all the freezing airplanes that tend to make sleep miserable.
We also had to get our shots, which included Hepatitis A, Tdap, MMR, flu, and typhim. In addition, we received pills for excessive upset stomach (Azithromycin).
Armed with our guides, money belt, and inoculations we were ready for our adventure. Look out Asia.