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... a 90 minute set list it tends to be a long night... Except for me.
I had the unfortunate experience of a kidney stone creating up on me just as the show was beginning. I felt fine until about five minutes before the show started but by the time we were about five songs in, I was doubled over in pain and unable to continue on the main camera. Since there was a Mexican camera operator next to me, he took over and I sought medical attention. ...
... weekend therapies workshop, I met Citlali, a Thai Massage therapist, and we agreed to exchange treatments. A week or so later we started "dating". It was going very well, and I was happy to be involved for the first time with a Mexican woman. My friends in Playa del Carmen had advised me not to go out with Mexican girls, and until now I had had to agree that I couldn't really "get" Mexican women, and couldn't understand the game or the rules of the game, ...
... had shown us a few local houses for rent and we picked one we thought would suit us better than La Posada, There was a mare and foal in the little paddock next to the house and a few friendly dogs roaming around, which later became our extended family that followed us everywhere. Our place was lovely, had a fully equipped kitchen and a helpful owner called Mario who seemed to be around most days fixing this or that and feeding the animals. The only down side was the birds he ...
... laundering by drug and crime mafia cartels. I ended up staying clear of the party scene, mostly, and focused on my massage therapy practice and my yoga classes. Had some drinks on my birthday, 28 September, 3 weeks after arriving, salsa dancing at a beach bar with a co birthday girl who became a good friend, and then again on Halloween, which is a big deal in Playa, and along with the day of the dead, is celebrated in a big way across Mexico. Of course, on the solstice I ...
... romantic and compliment each couples personal traveling style. Whether relaxing on the beach, cruising the historical Mediterranean or zip lining through the Costa Rican jungle.
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