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The alarm went off at 4:30am. Actually, the dog woke me up before that, and then I couldn't fall back asleep. We left the house at 4:45am, and we encountered no traffic on the way to the airport (I’m shocked, are you?). Oakland now has the stupidest security lines possible. I was not amused. But we still had time to get coffee then go directly to the gate to board. No issues with flight to Phoenix; sat in the club in Phoenix; no issues on ...
... image of Mary. This is framed and hung on a wall above a pair of little travelators that move people back and forth in front of it. There’s also a large statue of Pope John Paul II who visited the site four times.
The driver had just dropped me back at my hotel when he received a call from the other tour guide telling him he was still at the basilica with my original group. I walked to El Cardinal again in the hope of having my last meal in Mexico there but finally ...
... away. Quiet, great beach. Only 3 or 4 cars on the island, a few motorbikes but most people cruise around on golf carts. We thought about hiring one for a day, but you can walk everywhere and it was bloody expensive. Anyway, our first full day was spent at the beach, including a 45 minute walk to visit the flamingos and then another 45 minute walk back. This was fun. I was able to wade out in the shallow water, despite it being high tide, and take photos. When I got ...
... in between with a margarita which makes the walk back a little easier :] We had planned to go parasailing on this trip so on Sunday we walked down by all the high rises because we had seen people parasailing down there the day before while we were on the beach. It was about a three hour walk down there and we finally found a place that did it so we basically just paid the $700 pesos to do it (about $60 USD) and we walk over to where he tells us ...
... Morrison is speaking to me through the speakers, reminding me that I am but a Rider on The Storm like so many others. What does that really mean? That each and everyone of us needs to appreciate the thunder, savor the rain, and never fear the lightning. To do so makes you remember that you are alive, and nothing is ever as easy as it seems. So bring on the clouds, I have never been more ready for the turbulence that life loves to throw at me. Soon I will ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center