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... bottle to take home for Mary Jo.
We arrived back at the ship around 4 p.m., and since we hadn't had lunch, were very hungry. We went to the International Cafe and had some soup, sandwiches, shrimp salad and some sweets. We went back to our room and little while later went to dinner.
After dinner, we watched Ron and Dee try some more to win the $1,000 in the casino machine, then played a couple games of euchre. Made a quick stop at the Horizon Buffet, then back to our ...
... a good warm weather slicker is a necessity and it doubles as another warm layer. Will we snorkel – Hell ya. Learned last time that I want my own fins and mask. I also learned that where there is hot weather and a beach town (even the tiniest) I can find a sundress to fit me. And, of course, when in doubt, bring something that you won’t cry about if you leave it behind.
On our final days of the last trip, I was so sick of most of ...
... So we went to sleep. Oh! Before orientation, Connor, Chloe, and I went to the beach to see the ocean. Everyone tried to sell us things and food. I told and explained tot hem that we are here on a mission trip and we don't have money. I've been translating for everyone-my siblings, the other people with us, AND the leader who has lived here for five years. It happened that Kenny calculated wrong. He said that the hotel would cost us 300 dollars for the ...
... is made from a plant that looks quite like Aloe Vera, but is called Agave, blue agave makes the most prized Tequila, and only Tequila that is made in Mexico can be called Tequila! Tennessee Williams’ Night of the Iguana was filmed here in 1962, and from that time it has increased in popularity as a tourist ...
... the occasional over-sized beetle, some mozzies (some Dengue fever ones!), and the elusive iguanas. One night we even had a scorpion in our bed! I was asleep, Mario was up and saw it walking across the bed away from me! He quickly flicked it off and I woke when he whacked it on the floor. Weird thing is that it was on the spot where I normally sleep and ONLY that night I decided to sleep on the other side. That freaked us out big time! I ...