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... back to the cars, we were hungry and went to the nearby downtown area to grab some excellent Mexican food and hit Whole Foods for wine and snacks. Then, we headed back to the cabin and Marimar and Rose (Jonathan's roommates) met us there to spend the night as well. For the rest of the evening, we played board games, laughed and chatted until the wine and food made us sleepy. We then separated to the different bedrooms and drifted to sleep.
... grabbed some fruit and raw unsalted almonds, livin on the edge I know!! Once I got back to the hotel it was meant to be a quick stop and change of clothes before heading across the road to they gym, fell asleep for a bit so ended up at the gym at 8:30 and afterwards undone all my good work with a tuna sub, no cheese, no mayo..wild I know!!
Last night in a nice hotel before hitting the backpacker scene tomorrow.
peace out x
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... m still overcome with emotion and confusion. I keep thinking to myself "Why are we actually doing this?", but then I remember there is no reason, and that's entirely the point. This is the start of an adventure. It's an unpredictable journey full of ups and downs, twists and turns, with many experiences to share and memories to be made.
The flight was quite uneventful, all I can remember (apart from a very yum vegetarian pasta) is rugging up and just drifting ...
... bemused classic travelling stereotypes (including us). There was also a demented woman dragging a giant bag up and down, then up and down again, the sodden, dark road outside our room screeching "GET OUT OF MY LIFE, WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE" over and over again. After she declined our kind invitation to come into our room and have a chat, we fell into a much needed sleep in remarkably comfy bed after being up for a full 24 ...