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... We are totally enjoying relaxing here.
The vegetable truck comes by almost every day to keep us well supplied with fresh veggies, plus eggs and cheese. Mexican cheddar, a wonderful flavor, a bit different from our Wisconsin cheddar.
We have a Yucca fruit tree on our camping spot. They are called Jackfruit in Wikipedia, but all the locals here call them Yuccas. There is fruit on our tree, we have discussed it with Anderika, our vegetable vendor. He told us it ...
... I went to the hospital, got the suspected diagnosis confirmed then dragged my messed up, gastrointestinal weakened ass to the pharmacy for the various pills and potions that would do proper battle with the wicked and persistent bacteria that had been happily causing all sorts of havoc in me belly for four days.
That was yesterday and today I have started feeling a little better. Yay! So I'm chilling under ...
... at the World Café, Ann decided to check out the Spa to see what services they had. We had some coupons for the Spa so might as well try them. We booked two massages for 3 pm. Yes, Dave is going to have one as well. We were told to come an hour early to take advantage of the steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.
We then went to the beach to get some sun. It was a beautiful day so we sat on chairs that were not under a playa to begin ...
... not the soft end. Without knowing what it was, I threw it back into the water.
A storm looked like it was rolling in which is odd for this time of year and we stayed on the beach watching it until it got dark and the storm went south. No storm for us.
We ordered room service that night. A pizza that took almost 2 hours to arrive and we inhaled it before crashing.
We're playing hard and sleeping hard. Tomorrow, we're off to Talpa and Mascota.
... found ourselves wishing we could stay a little longer to explore more nooks and crannies. As we dream about our 3rd season (2011) we wonder again--what pulls us to that magical combination of crystal clear waters and barren desert landscape? We simply don't know.
What we do know is that we want Amizade in top form for the passage and summer months in The Sea. Andrew has ...