Hotel San Buenaventura
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- The idea of 24/7 wifi and cell is foreign.
- Shells and driftwood on the beach are too routine to notice.
- Dinner preparation entails a discussion of whether to use propane, charcoal, or microwave.
- There is always a pot on the kitchen counter of Microdyn ionized silver to wash produce
- Bill has never ...
... the tides. Low tide yesterday gave us at least a 100 yards of wet sand to the water.
We snorkeled yesterday just off the rocks to the north of our casita. Sadie does not like it when we snorkel, so we left her in the house with a bone stuffed with bread and peanut butter. She howled for a little while telling us that she did not appreciate her forced separation and then went back to her bone.
Snorkeling close on our cove is not up ...
... how they get a "CH" out of Switzerland. He gave us a ride in the car and I was sitting in the backseat. The leather was tooled with tiny x shaped punch marks that let the air slowly escape as you sat down. The speedometer was in Kilometers. Instead of being a dial, it was a bar like a barber pole and it would change colors when you went faster. First stripped green, then stripped yellow, then stripped red. Uncle ...
... you invest wisely and don't think about it too much later and actually do something like have a new idea. Then you can lose money. Stick with what you know. Be lazy. Let it ride.
The reason that we have been doing nothing is largely due to my inherited gimpy belly. Not sure what it was I ate, but, Bobby did not eat what I ate that made me stay close to home, eat sparingly and try, unsuccessfully, to stay hydrated. ...
... nuts, cheeses, root beer, potato chips with French onion dip. Yes, I would pig out.
So, we enjoy what we have. For a couple of bucks in gas promised to Randy, the Wi-Fi guy, we borrowed his panga and went out to pelican reef. I had picked up some scallops that I opened and froze the meat that we used as bait. That caught me a small grouper that I cut up as bait, mainly because you need that tough fish skin on the hook to ...