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... you should TOTALLY DO IT!! (Legally speaking, of course) Back to the excursion.... The snorkeling was beautiful and the sea was calm. Every time I snorkel I decide that I should have been born a mermaid. This time was no different...that is until I swam through a large mass of mini surface jellyfish...only you don't see them because they are on the surface and while you too are on the surface you are looking down and around. That's how they ...
... bedroom - including day bed, full kitchen, bathroom, the largest walk-in-wallrobe you could have imagined in a rental apartment (you could have fitted a day bed in there also…. and not to mention the largest living area - again with two day beds - that leads directly out to the pool. No this is not your average B&B at all… loved it! So this pool that I spoke of, it became exclusively for the use of Amanda and I as the rest of the tenants rarely (if not at all) ...
... 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 ...
... was written in graffiti on them.
The next tequila factory was a bit more rudementary. This “factory” used some of the older ways, for sure… like letting the bees doing the work… whatever that meant… it was getting hot and I did not pay attention very well to that part. This tequila place did not impress me like the last one. They told us to not disturb the bees and I did pay attention to that.
... to sit behind the beach bars that offered the 10 beers for $7 deal. The hummidity was crazy hot: the limp celing fan and the collection of broken fans didn't really do anything to cool me down. We needed to find a more comfortable place to stay.
Unlimited kayaks, surf boards, boogie boards.....yes please!!
As we explored the next day we stumbled across a little hotel away from the main village at the other end of ...