Hotel La Quinta Del Sol
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The night was awful. I awoke in the middle of the night in absolute dehydration. Grasping a cool bottle of water out of the fridge, it ran through my insides like a water dam, refreshing every cell it crossed. Unfortunately the newly developed routine of morning shoreline runs failed today. Rising at a later hour and declining the offer to eat baked goods for breakfast, I indulged in a rortsserie session a la playa. coming to a ...
... our watch schedule. These are more rigidly adhered to in the night than the day, but someone always needs to be responsible. Meals are generally taken together, and have been really tasty! Think, salads for the first two weeks, Thai curry chicken, fresh seared yellow fin tuna with mango chutney, spaghetti, fajitas, ... yes, in spite of most things, we eat well. Bruce even took time on his watch to make fresh muffins several times, a sweet potato pie ...
... 8217;t want to get wet and sandy). At 11 we followed our instructor over to the Archery range. Aaron was the only one in the class, so he got to shoot a lot. The instructor took turns with Aaron shooting at the target. Aaron won the first two rounds (he even got a bullseye). Then for the last round the instructor said that if Aaron beat him, Aaron would win a Palladium shirt. Aaron lost. He is going to get ...
... too busy, or is it just a money thing. Anyways, it is always fun.
We also had another visitor, Myron, who is from Northern Ontario, can’t remember where, Thunder Bay or Kirkland Lake, but up there. I am to gather that he was or is an entertainer, has or had a band, and now is just an aging hippy, out of shape and out of sorts and well, just out of it like the rest of us. Who’s counting?
Myron stays in a hotel in Zona Romantica for ...
... a nice beach, a decent little plaza and all sorts of cheap seafood stalls and restaturants. It also had a place that I could camp on the beach for $3 a night so I figured it was worth a day or two on my way to Puerto Vallarta. And that´s when I began to feel like all wasn´t right in the kingdom. It still wasn´t all that bad. I went from ¨Yeah, I don´t think I´ll be taking that bus tomorrow¨ to safe-to-flatulate (mom might excuse my vulgarity if ...