Paloma del Mar Hotel
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... attacked it with hairspray. After all, it WAS the early 90's and I was still reeling from the fact that the amount of hairspray I used in the eighties was classified as a weapon of mass destruction to the environment. So clearly, when faced with a possible lizard attack I automatically grabbed my giant can of Rave. I'm pretty sure that lizard was from the future and a Terminator 2 lizard because all the hairspray did was anger it. We finally rid ourselves of ...
... usual tons of twisties, it was a good ride. Rob was still in town so we got together a few times with a few other friends and co-workers. Good times, shame about the ****** Super Bowl though. We did a day trip to Sayulita where I got a nasty and really painful sting from a jellyfish. Burned like hell for a good couple of hours. Bummer because I was thinking of going there to hang out ...
... but vegetarian food, yoga and Ayurvedic treatments.
3:45am I am up and happily on my way to the airport, had breakfast, bacon and eggs, I figured would be my last meat and fried eggs for sometime. There I was waiting for the plane and they announced that the flight was delayed and I would miss my connection with April by five minutes. I was certainly not anywhere near serene at this point. Ok, they ...
the campsite. They love their cute little suite. We finished the
evening off sitting around a fire at the beach having cerveza's and
tostadas and sharing stories with some of our neighbors. Mom and Dad
really enjoy it here. Yup, Mom and Dad like Mexico too!
You have to look at our set up here.
It comes with a little gazebo, patio, and we're surrounded by
gorgeous plants ...
... country any money because the inmates must work every day to pay for their time there – he said they make souvenirs, they paint, etc.
Our guide was Raul… who was hilarious and fantastic! He was the perfect guide because he told you just the facts, was funny, and moved on to the next subject quickly so we didn’t get bored. He explained the production of the blue agave tequila in detail. The factory we went to first ...