Posada San Martin
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... the impression he was slightly in a third wheel situation. Especially as the girl could talk, and talk, and talk, and talk… Probably got a life history in the few hours together, where seemingly the smallest little thing, could be talked about extensively – one example being going to buy Carrot Squash – I remember that one as I was just thinking, how did this actually become a story?! Nevermind a five minute one. My brain filters moments like that out instantaneously, ...
... for a good vista, but were rewarded by being at eye level with a solitary monkey on a tree. It was much hotter on the return journey, with the sun up and beating on our backs. There was no wind and it was perfectly calm. Back at the resort, the obvious thing to do was to jump into its inviting pool.
The other 2 groups only returned at 12 and 12.30 pm, the time when we were supposed to start making our way to Catemaco town for the ...
... an industrial pump, not forgetting a large sloppy side order of Das Kapital to boot. I couldn't even expunge the grease from my arteries by drinking a refreshing glass of water - apparantly sinks don't yet exist in KFC, meaning that I had to fill my glass to the brim with ice and stare pathetically for half an hour waiting for it to melt. I thought back longingly to the glass cabinet with John Dillinger's revolver - was it still loaded after all these years? I certainly hoped ...
... to El Paso. 1110 miles in two days was enough - so we have given ourselves a day off to sleep, play golf, shop and clean. We hit the road again in the morning for the last 240 miles.
April 22 will find us and 3 other couples headed south of the border for another adventure. We will be spending about 6 weeks taking in the sights along the Pacific coast of Mexico. We will post when we can so check back frequently! ...
... and recognized me from Facebook and came over to introduce themselves. They were both going on our trip. We invited them to sit with us and we talked about kayaking for quite awhile. After dinner we went to our gate. I was able to go online at the gate and I checked my email and let me family know where I was. We boarded the plane about 8:40 p.m. and another woman asked me if I was going kayaking. Her name was Dawn and she was also on our trip.
We arrived ...