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... 30pm, but we could use a changing/shower room while we waited. Since we had eaten only a little breakfast very early in the morning, we decided to have an early lunch.
We first checked out the menu in the hotel restaurant - a very nice veranda on the beach - but the menu was expensive by Myanmar standards (US $12 for a salad) and unappealing; hamburgers and spaghetti (what western tourists like, right?) So we went out across the street ...
... br> Today we had lunch at a small family resturant where they had all you can eat fish and shrimp. We all had plenty. We then went to beach and walked among the spring breakers. The crowds are not huge, but its building. Bev was observing a jellyfish that was washed up by the tides, and one of the long fine tentacle wrapped around her ankle. Needless to say, she soon had a burning sensation where ...
... page showing pics of the writers, or maybe I am right in
keeping it in the Travelogue format, without going all that fancy, and being
able to update and adjust it as I go, or as I want to go? "Just thinking out
loud!" I like that statement, it fits to fill it in every now and then when the
mind wanders, you could keep these thoughts to yourself, but then again why are
you writing, or why am I writing? Why am I writing? Because my mind is roaming
... seafood again.
We spent most of the afternoon of the beach. Slight breeze and temp of 65. Go a little sun, and the bottom of feet are sore from walking on the sand. Beaches were fairly vacant, but the rush of spring breaker will start on Friday. We drove the highway north since Bev wasn't with me the other day to see the sand dunes across the rode. Then rode by the port area to look at the shrimp boat. Know home and relaxing.
It was a pretty lazy day. Started with a great Mexian breakfast at Manuel's, a small family run resturant. Then we climbed the steps of the light house in Port Isabel. It was an interesting and challenging climb. The last set of steps were actually two ladders that were straight up. It was a beautiful view but it was overcast so pictures were not the greatest. Then we drove to the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge. This area is know for the only remaining ocelots. ...