Posada Las Ondinas
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... guest appearances had an impromptu dance party. They started with ballerina like dances that morphed into hula dancing.
Once the beans were cooked and the tortillas toasted on the grill we enjoyed our feasted as we reveled in each others company. It was a delightful way to end our day.
This afternoon we decided to try another small beach or really a small cove next ...
... containing small bottles of tequila and said we can't send them, apparently anything with glass is not allowed, which we had a few objects, not only the gifts I mentioned but a beer bottle with a photo of Bobbie and I on the label from the 4 wheeler jungle tour. He then begun to speak very fast in Spanish and we had no idea what he was saying, luckily a man next to us translated for us and said we need to get a cardboard box and tape to package all the things. ...
... equinox. The equinox only happens twice a year and we didn't even know it was a special day until we booked the day before. There were 40,000 people there but somehow we managed to get photos without anyone in them. You wouldn't believe how many people turned up for this day, especially for what effect it had. There are two equinoxes every year – in March and September – when the sun shines directly on the equator and ...
... 15:01. I found my luggage and asked Mary "what is time it? HERE LOCAL TIME?" The local time in an airport screen read 17:05. I scratched my head and thought it was impossible my tickets ought to be on US time, so I asked the next airport attendant just to be sure, he glanced at my boarding pass and said "oh you missed your flight"...wait...what?.. I panicked and stuttered "but I just got here, five minutes ago..." he said "your terminal is upstairs, ask there" ...
... red wine now!! Thank-you) and brought a Whistler Ski Season pass for an unholy amount ($1300) and a snowboard and then sent it home (about $700 for board + sending it home). I traveled the states for 2 months on Greyhounds and ride-sharing with people I'd met. I camped in tents. I've shared a room with 28 people. I've slept on floors. I ate too many $1 McChickens. I've scrubbed toilets (OK this parts only in theory, to be honest I was pretty slack at work.. and mostly ...
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