Hotel Antarisuite Galerias
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... a 90 minute set list it tends to be a long night... Except for me.
I had the unfortunate experience of a kidney stone creating up on me just as the show was beginning. I felt fine until about five minutes before the show started but by the time we were about five songs in, I was doubled over in pain and unable to continue on the main camera. Since there was a Mexican camera operator next to me, he took over and I sought medical attention. ...
... and still an avid rock climber that Kat often saw at the crags when looking for Mark.
We made and ate Guacamole almost everyday. It was great to unpack our bags and feel at home, it felt good to have home cooked roast dinners and not go out for food every meal. Kat didn’t want to see another Tortilla ever again! The horses enjoyed the ones that Mario brought round as gifts.
We met an Australian couple from Adelaide who were great to hang out with and for Mark ...
... romantic and compliment each couples personal traveling style. Whether relaxing on the beach, cruising the historical Mediterranean or zip lining through the Costa Rican jungle.
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We crossed the border on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 11:25 am, much later than our original plan. We crossed at the bridge in Pharr, and have since decided we will use the Hidalgo bridge next time. It is closer and less expensive. We were delayed in Texas for three months due to our accident in Dallas. Now the motorhome is fixed and we are continuing our winter adventure.
... day. No schedule, no clocks, life 100% on my terms, such a delight! Travel time is sacred time to me. If I had to pick a religion, it certainly would be adventure. As always, at the end of a trip, I feel so lucky and grateful to have the opportunities to take off and do what make my heart smile incessantly. I also feel lucky and grateful to have had y'all along the way with me and to have y'all to come home to! Thanks for being in my life and all the support! Signing ...