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Definitely getting comfortable in the Mexican life.................lazy mornings with tea/coffee and light breakfast, David goes for his walk along the beach, Ellen and I do our big 10 minute low impact for bad knees aerobics and Chris sometimes goes for a walk, laughs at us or reads on the deck. Then we decide whether it's a pool or beach day, which can sometimes take awhile to discuss and decide. Once decided we suit up, pack what we need ...
The day started a little cool and overcast. By the time we had breakfast and poked around, the sun was now out and warmer. Another day relaxing at the pool and bus into town for some groceries. Picked up some "mole" to try. It's a Mexican paste made of chili's and chocolate. You make it into a sauce for meats.
It was hot lugging the groceries for the guys (David had a big ...
... It was a perfect pool day........not blistering hot and a light breeze. Baked for a little and then cooled in the pool. Nobody else was at the pool so David cranked the music and Ellen and I perfected our syncronized swimming routine. A little more baking and then David lead us in an aquafit session!
Got a skype call from Jim, Nance and my Dad but that was nothing but frustrating! Their frozen faces had smiles so figure all ...
All-dayer at the beach today, from 11 AM to around 5:30 PM. This quasi-ginger here got super burnt, but successfully swam in the ocean for 3 hours in sheer bliss. Vale la pena.
After dinner at home, the band went to Hennessey's Irish Pub to support the flood-relief concert they were having. The pub is an interesting place; a mixture of middle to upper ...
... nice nap; I had an interesting
chat with Omar; our guide and translator, and then a lengthy discussion of life
post-uni. However, come Friday everything took an exciting turn as one of the
doctors took pity on us and gave us directions to go and see his English
speaking colleague. That morning he was running post-op consultations and after
some warm but brief introductions we were plunged elbow deep into hospital
life. As he removed stitches from his ...