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... before you all wonder why the hell did we travel all this way for a ****** beach, I have to say that the half dozen beaches north and south of San Juan del Sur are awesome - with daily shuttles going all over at a moments notice - or with a revised tide chart in hand. Not being the bigger surfing enthusiast, Amanda and I did still venture out to a couple of beaches with friends we made at our hostel to check out the beaches themselves, and see what all ...
... some surfing, Judith and Andy could hang out on the beach, and I would go between both, since I only rented a boogie board. The waves were amazing! We had a lot of fun playing around, although after attempting to catch a couple bigger waves I needed a break, since boogie boards don't typically like to ride in nicely on big swells. Erich and Kathryn stayed out surfing most of the day, and I even had a couple tries in Erich's surfboard, and managed to stand up, because Erich ...
... in the afternoon, with us only having to hike in hotter weather for about half an hour. Once we were back, I had wanted to book to hike the bigger volcano for the next day. Unfortunately the next day was Sunday, so there was less transportation to the volcano, as well as most of our group didn't want to attempt the 12 hour hike. So instead, our group ended up splitting up into two groups, with my group of five leaving on Sunday to go to San Juan Del ...
... I told them that girls don't poop, because I didn't want to talk about it. As we were driving in the car one day, when they were about four, I told them a story about a schoolmate of my mom's who accidentally swallowed her boyfriend's treasured class ring.
"And how do you think she found it again?” I asked the boys.
A rare silence from the backseat.
“What happens to the food that you eat when your body is done with it?” I ...
... what I always get) and I say “Of course!” and promise to only eat half. I sit in the car and listen to NPR which usually ****** me off because Politics, and plow through the entire huge enchilada, except for the part that drips on my front, because, let's be honest, it's hard to eat an enchilada in the car while you are looking at Facebook on your phone with the hand that is not holding your fork.
Afterward, I play tennis again, because that's ...