The Villas at Palmas
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... rights where I can as I
was the last member of the crew to get sick holding out far longer than my more
experienced mariners aboard. No one was able to sleep in their own bed as the
below decks caused more motion sickness than the main deck, so the boat looked
like a (very posh) homeless shelter with bodies in every corner. When not on
watch I laid in the same spot sleeping off and on 20 minutes at a time just
watching the hours creep by, ...
... much quicker pace on the way back to the car, as if she knew that was the way home. The trails were much less crowded on the way back -- by now it was 4pm on Christmas Eve. We stopped at a pretty overlook for a drink and a snack; we had a bowl for Luna to have some water, and had brought a few dog treats too! Ann Marie took a turn walking Luna; the puppy always wanted to catch up with Kimberly if she was ahead ...
... at a bus stop having asked a local bus numbers for a ride to Old San Juan. Waited in 35 degrees for an hour before giving up and hitching a lift in on a local transport taxi service $14 vs the local bus $1.5! In Old San Juan we walk around the San Cristobel fort and walls of the city before jumping on the trolley service ( a sort of 2 bogie train that circles the town) Good to see whole city. It stops in ...
Woke up to a tropical monsoon! It is not supposed to rain here! Worse when you are paying for it. Lazy morning waiting for skies to clear. Other than checking our forward bookings and planning next 10 days we reconciled our dwindling cash reserves! S went to hair salon and pedicure and as all older men married to younger girls do i went for a gruelling 5 mile run on the beach, about an hour during which there was another monsoon ...
... asked the waitress, as she was cleaning up, if it was too late to just get one last cocktail. And they obliged! We let her pick our poison, and she returned with four delicious coconut rum, passion fruit, and lime cocktails.
As we sat sipping our tasty beverages, the owner, Craig, was starting to attack a pile of stone that had been dumped onto the sidewalk. He was doing his yearly replenishing spread of stone in the courtyard. ...