Up for another glorious sunrise.
We walked into town to say goodbye to Brother #3 & L (with their sad pouty faces on).
We snagged a cab to Mango Cafe.
I chose the eggs bennie on chia leaves, mushrooms and curry hollandaise.
D had the Stuffed Pobalno Chili. Everything was absolutely excellent as always.
We made it for the last 20 minutes of church.
We strolled home.
I headed out for a last opportunity of beachcombing.
It was a hot one as the clouds had subsided as well as the breeze.
So we conserved our energy and simply hung out for the rest of the day at Luna d’ Miel.
Me, showing off my tan (and my wrinkly neck).
We packed for our morning departure and strolled into Centro for our progressive dinner:
Our fist appetizer was a shared Bimbo Dog.
Next course was a shared order of Coconut Shrimp & Dos Xs at Miminoes.
We were fascinated by these two little girls that we could see from our seats. They were apparently fishing with a piece of fishing line.
Our next stop was Bally Hoo for a shared Pasta Marinera, margaritas and wine.
We caught one last glorious sunset and then headed to the square for Churros.
On the way home we grabbed Pizza from Suny’s for the next day. We shared a lovely bottle of Camenere with the stars and waves. We had a fabulous holidays and it was so leisurely we kept saying: “We’re still here!”
Kath’s quote: “I think that when two people are able to weave that kind of invisible thread of understanding and sympathy between each other, that delicate web, they should not risk tearing it. It is too rare, and it lasts too short a time at best….” ― M.F.K. Fisher
Love never fails.