Here are a few of the many adventures we had here...
Ceviche and Oysters
Stare-down with the slimy oyster...Come'on Kalani hot sauce makes it better we promise!
Clamming for dinner!
We ate so well (as always) down there. I'm just about ready to move to Mexico because I could eat the food there everyday for the rest of my life...seriously... it rocks! Not to mention the beach and the weather.
These clams [that I forgot to take a picture of] fed over 20 of us for 2 meals. And we all stuffed our faces. Just add garlic, wine, butter, and Pato chile sauce and pour it over some pasta...best EVER!
Eat and float was pretty much all we did.
Besides the clams we ate a lot of tacos....and about a TON of mangos! We bought out the beach mango man every day by noon. He literally ran out of mangos because of us!
Of course we did a little shopping too! Because when people bring a mall's worth of stuff to you as you lay on the beach how can you not! I mean who doesn't need 5 lawn "tortugas" or giant sombreros!
While we were there we celebrated my sister-in-law's birthday day...Mexico style! Happy 20th B! So happy you were born and so excited to see what God has for you this year and this next decade!
So now we are back home a few shades darker, a bit more relaxed, with a new hat and backpack, more sunglasses than we probably need [the were "almost FREE! happy hour ALL day!"], and wishing we were back on the beach drinking up the sun and some tequila.
Viva la Vida Buena!
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