Hacienda Del Secreto
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... but I think we're focused on the journey home.
Airports are airports.
Figure out why it takes so long to check in when you're in the line.
Pay for excess baggage (think i've been ripped off)
Slowly my tan is fading already.
Mexico falls away from under us as we take off and the coast line of blue sea and glistening water fades away into the distance.
Its home time. ...
Last night we had a really good night, we started by having a pizza at a nice Italian restaurants, we shared it so we had plenty of room left to go and get some dessert, I got some Nutella covered churros whilst Tilly had Nutella squirty cream and banana crepe! Along 5th avenue there were guys with teeny monkeys that Tilly had fallen in love with and had been playing with at every opportunity. One of the guys eventually lowered his price enough so that ...
... On Sunday, the day after we arrived, the major event of the season was the Cozumel IronMan Triathlon. We watched as the very best athletes and the more "average-Joe" or the "hey I could do that" kind of athlete, swim, bike, run/walk and drag themselves through the humid Cozumel course. There were no losers at the finish line, all victors accomplishing their long fought goals of finishing this Triathlon and getting one step closer to the BIG one in ...
... and Coconut Soup! That put him out for a couple of days of eating. Of all the people to be too sick to eat? Go figure! I think our favourite was the Japanese, which included fresh sashimi, tempura, dim sums and of course great sushi. The bars were many and the drinks flowing. Any cocktail you wanted, any top shelf liquor you desired and good wine. But not even I could drink all of the alcohol on offer. Everyone knows I love a Karaoke. And everyone ...
... way, and to live an altruistic life, meaning sincerely caring about the well being of those around you. It doesn't matter if the act is noticed or unnoticed, acknowledged or ignored, the fact of doing it is all that matters to me. The rest of my trip is going to be very easy now, because all I need to do is implement my new found purpose, which kind of hit me like a bag of bricks. It was basically like, well this is you, this has always been you, didn't you know that? Now all I gotta ...