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Travel Blogs from Sosua
Today I learned to kick butt - literally. I had a private kickboxing lesson. It was great fun learning to punch and channel Jackie Chan (at least in my own mind), but it was one of the physically hardest workouts I've ever done. Of course, every time I think that the
fiends er trainers at Rogue Fitness manage to surprise me.
Mike took a moto in town to pick up ...
... while drying out.
About 25 people staying/connected with Extreme went to Bliss to celebrate Steve's birthday. Steve is Canadian and works in the diamond mine industry. Also in attendance was Chris, a British marine engineer for one of the worlds largest private yachts. Dinner conversation was ...
... could tell - it said we could get our clean laundry back the next day at 6:00 pm. I *hope* it said that. We took our life in our hands and dashed across the street to the supermercado for a little shopping. I bought cat food for a cat that I had seen on the hotel grounds on Saturday. I thought if I saw her again, it would help persuade her that I was a friendly. The supermercado is on the far end of town ...
... I watched the way everyone else was just swimming I felt a lot better. Then as I watched Camden and Lauren diving under to get a closer look that, 'if only I were braver' feeling came back. Lauren must have been able to tell somehow, because she swam over to me and ask if I wanted to dive with her. So with Lauren by my side, I took a breath and dove down. I don't know how many of you have ever faced one of your fears, but that moment when you overcome the ...
... number 27. After a grueling
hike, we rinsed the booze out of our pours by jumping in the first pool. Now
began our descent jumping and sliding down the natural pools and slides. Thanks
to Will for owning a waterproof camera. One guide was the photographer while
the other gave us direction as to what was safe and how to jump. Alfredo was
our lead and after showing us all how to jump he would of course show of his
skills by swan diving from 30 feet ...