2015 Isla Mujeres Trip Report-Day 15

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The houses which surround Luna d’Miel are about as different as you can get.

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This morning’s sunrise was an especially sweet one as it was D’s departure day and my last morning at Luna d’Miel.

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We took some photos with new Canadian friends from PEI.

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Kelly (another neighbour) drove D and I into town so he could catch the ferry. And then all of a sudden, he was gone…

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I cleaned out the fridge and threw everything together into an omelet with a salsa to treat my new friends Peggy and Kelly and thank them for letting us use their golf cart. We had a lovely visit and I look forward to seeing them again very soon.

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I enjoyed some last moments by the sea on the terrace at Luna d’Miel, then showered, packed up and made my way to my new home for a couple of nights. I strolled around Centro for a bit and then checked into Hotel Isleno. When I am not with D, I feel safer staying right in Centro.

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The hotel had a very different feel from our little apartment by the sea but was satisfactory for a short stay. I included a couple of room photos in case you are interested in checking out the hotel.

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This was my view to the west.

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The internet signal was iffy in my room but worked fairly well from this floor lounge with windows that opened to the east.

That evening was the meet up that I had arranged at Barlito’s.

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We were a compact group but more and more Islaholics came to meet up and we had so much fun visiting with old and new friends.

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Barlito’s is located on a channel where many yachts tie up making it a beautiful site. I walked home with Dona and Sister #3 and called it an early night.

In one week from right now (eek!) we will be on Isla and checking into our new home away from home Villas San Miguel. There are 6 suites in three buildings clustered in a walled compound. We are looking forward to so many things about the villas but especially their prime location. We will be in Centro but will still be by the sea with the privacy that we sometimes seek.

Kath’s quote: “Since there is nothing so well worth having as friends, never lose a chance to make them“. -Francesco Guicciardini

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Love never fails.

 

 


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