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Again it is too hot to sleep so up early. Today is leaving day so the bags have to be re packed, hey once this was done totally they were both a bit lighter than before.
Went out and got the photo I wanted last night and noticed it was not as hot yet as it was still cloudy but was forecast to be 38 today.
Packed the car and set off for the airport. My flight is not until 1.50 pm but I could not be bothered doing anything so ...
... I was already turning into the petrol station at this point so no harm was done. Still, blonde day for me! Moving on…
The first thing we did upon arrival was to take the little safari tour where you drive around one of the largest enclosures where a bunch of the non-predatory animals live together. Our guide, Jorge (and if you pronounced that George in your head you are wrong) was brilliant. Very funny and had great rapport with the animals and the ...
... residence. As we traveled farther, we came upon some domestic horses crossing the road. With them was a cute burro along the shoulder. I stopped and Sini, who had her window rolled down, called the burro. Without warning it came right through the window opening and to see Sini up close and personal. She was so surprised that she didn’t even snap a picture of this special encounter. We made it to the highway in the late afternoon and decided to ...
... Turned out to be a much better deal. Everyone got what they wanted.
After all day splashing around the pool, going down the big water tube, and playing in the inflatable water toys, we finally called it a day as the sun went down. It was two tired kids who headed back to the room.
Monday was a repeat except I headed out for home around noon. The kids stayed to play in the pool. Not a fancy road trip, but a good time.
... the house. They are giving him a new home in his "old" house! They have 4 dogs but welcome one more to their family. I'm happy that he'll have a loving home in familiar surroundings.
I'm antsy to leave, to get on a plane and start my new life in new places, places I've never seen and am longing to explore. I calmly maintain the placid routine of work and chores, but inside I'm humming and grinning with excitement. ...