Palm Aire Hotel & Suites
Travel Blogs from Weslaco
... he could wish them both a happy birthday.
In between the second and third show, I glanced over at the camel ride to see an elderly woman sitting on the camel and laughing as she enjoyed her ride. You couldn't help but smile and laugh along with her.
A woman came out of the tent on the phone and asked me if this was our main entrance. I said yes it was and she was confused because two more people in her party were supposed to be at the show ...
... are hoping for sunshine this
afternoon, and a pool day. I can’t believe it but a lot of people are pulling
out and heading for home. There is a reason for that down here, as tax day in
the end of March, and their tax structure is a lot more complicated for ours,
so off they go north to Wisconsin and North Dakota, and Kansas and Missouri,
and where ever else they have come from, and as we all know it is still
freezing cold and there is ...
... he was sure and then ran to my post.
It felt good to laugh...there's been stress with the new job and there's also a lot of stress I put on myself. I want to be reliable and do a good job in everything I've committed to doing, but with all that perfection-stress, I'm making silly mistakes and forgetting things. I need to chill out and do the best I can do and nothing more. I've had serious monkey mind since the season began and I'm hoping that ...
... Elisa finally asked me if today was Ash Wednesday and then it all made sense…haha. Zefta and Cristian didn’t know either, so at least we weren’t the only ones.
Mom of the year award goes to a woman dragging her crying 6 year old child out of the tent and telling her that if she didn’t stop crying right that second, the mom was going to "leave you with the lady out here". Oh thanks! I’m a punishment now. That’s great, lady. ...
... our targets since they are waterbirds. As we pressed on with our Mud Snow shoes (seriously the mud was caking to our shoes so that it looked like we had on big snow shoes - and every now and again you had to kick your legs like a dancer to drop a few pounds of mud), we found a large pond that was holding a number of AM COOTS (or as I like to call them Ivory-billed Ducks), RUDDY DUCK, REDHEAD, PIED-BILLED GREBE, and about 20 LEAST GREBES!!! As ...