Paradise Araca Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Kids pool
- Outdoor pool
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... enough just walking up there once but she ran up 5 times! Unsurprisingly her legs were shaking afterwards. And then it was back into the surf, first with some boogie boards and then with some surf boards. The tide was coming in so the waves were big and strong, but I took the girls out with their boards and helped them on their way to a few good runs. They had a great time, but by the time I took over a board I was exhausted, so my attempts to catch a wave in the rough surf were ...
... Just like Sid, Do also got it straight away and her first ride took her all the way into the shore. I was always going to struggle as although my balance is pretty good I'm not very supple (particularly after yesterdays sprints!) which made getting up into a standing position none too easy. I surprised myself though by immediately getting up and going first time! And then repeated the trick three times in a row before copying Annick and making a ...
... Much more so than in Rio. As with most things you get the good, the bad and the ugly and when it's bad and ugly it really is a pretty horrible sight, but when it's good...oooh la la! At 13:00 we had to beat a retreat from the Baia as the tide started to rise. We ended up back at a restaurant overlooking the water and sat with the tide coming in right under our feet. Not fully understanding the menu we managed to totally overorder by ...
... exercise during our trip but had earmarked Pipa as the place where we'd pick up on our fitness. Do had to whip herself into shape for her hockey and Sid had been doing quite a bit of running before we left so she wanted to pick up from where she'd left off. Me? I had eaten too much and there was danger that my old nickname 'Fat *******' would return. Motivation enough for all! So off we set around Pipa and 30 mins later we returned, the girls ...
... a mess. I could not read texts well nor type in response. Finally, I got a hold of my sister then mom. I was crying, my head was throbbing, and I was so dizzy. Of course, what could my mom do 5,000 miles away. I took some medicine. It didn't help. Oh yeah and Jamille couldn't take me to the airport so mom and dad took me. I had to say goodbye to Jamille with half my brain. I felt terrible leaving like this. It brings tears to my eyes just thinking about it. ...