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There are so many things going on at the beach. There are local folks who sell their wares all day long and always have a "it's nearly free today" attitude. The only thing I bought and bartered for (that was very fun!) were two sun hats. Otherwise, we just said "No Gracias" and they went on their way. There were folks walking; playing volleyball; jet skiing; sailing; hang gliding; parasailing; enjoying a ride on a banana boat; horseback riding.
... was really getting into those dance moves with the kids throughout the night! I've never seen any other manager get into the disco as much as she did! She had them all WORKIN' IT!
Heather*, Jenny*, Kalie*, Vanna*, and I got dressed up and went to the Ultimate Deck Party to dance and hang out. The cruise staff led everyone in learning how to wobble. SO funny!
We all met up with the others in the crew bar afterward for a quick drink before I left for bed. ...
Who knew there was so much drama in retirement? How did I nearly end up in the centre of a seniors love triangle on my very first night?
Anyway, I got home and enjoyed a glass of wine and the view, the sound of the waves crashing while my favorite music played in the background, sans any internet connection, by the way. No need to get crazy on the first night when you're around for a month, right? There is still lots of time for that. :)
Sunday morning we planned to look for Rob, mentioned in my May trip to Santa Fe, NM. He is a hairdresser we know who is vacationing in Mexico, we think near us at El Manzanilla beach, the local public beach. We get a cab who drops us down a rough cobble stone street to the beach. We figure out quickly that Rob wasn't on the beach besides it is kinda gross compared with our private strip ...
... popular, I kept walking in the hope of finding somewhere quieter.
Had a Margarita at Mexican Joe’s – this was also two for one so I had one there and one to go. By the time I got to the supermarket I still hadn’t found anywhere I felt like eating so I bought some ham, Roquefort cheese and biscuits from the deli section and came home.
I’m sitting on the balcony now on one of the little red chairs which seem like they were made ...