Hotel la Rotonda
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... for us to cover ourselves in mud!
After drying off in the sun we took one last muddy bath then showered off for the temazcal. The mud built hut is a circular dome in shape with a mound of aromatic plants and herbs in the centre and is just like a sauna. Feeling totally relaxed and pampered we made our way home and I spent the next few days just chilling out at Janice's....and working on the obligatory jigsaw puzzle of course :)
... I can get around easily.
We arrived early so
we decided to eat dinner at a nearby “Pepe’s Pollo”, their version of KFC. At 6pm we went to the doctor’s office to find a
very sympathetic secretary telling me that she has been trying to call me to
tell me that the doctor got called out to surgery and she wanted to reschedule
my appointment. They had written down the wrong phone number. This was
disappointing since ...
... with the only thing left of Jason Sausage and Chips – noooooooo! Most of the times I’d gone out for a nice meal had ended up in disappointment, or slappy beans, rubbery cheese and chicharron (pig skin). Nothing worse than treating yourself to probable illness!
After that, tried getting the bus back where Elizabeth had told me to get off at the big pharmacy and Walmart. Unfortunately on that road there were three of the pharmacies and two ...
... which is a members only club but is opened to the public for a small admission. They have developed preferential areas for foreigners who visit in caravans from Canada and the U.S. When we arrived, we were greeted by Rafa, one of the owners, who showed us around to the eucalyptus steam rooms, the thermal heated pool and regular pool, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, and the club house that has pool tables, and such. This weekend will ...
... Dee. I just can keep up with this pace down here - these retired people sure keep busy but with no real schedule or time lines to adhere to.
We've been asked to join the book club, tai chi, tennis, yoga clubs - people have asked me to play a card game called Mexican train, it seems to never stop. We've been here five days and we know about 10 times more people here then we do back in our neighbourhood in Abbotsford.