Isla Mujeres Trip Report-Day Twelve, Part One

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We enjoyed the morning’s sunrise and coffee with two new Canadian neighbours at Luna d’Miel.

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I made a big ham and egg breakfast and then packed a lunch for our afternoon at north beach. It was a hot one and me being as freckled as I am, I spent the afternoon under an umbrella.

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We love the beach at any time but especially early in the day before the other beach lovers arrive. At this particular time, it felt like we had the beach all to ourselves.

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When there is no one else at the beach, the view is breathtaking and there is no one to disturb you as you escape into your book.

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Eventually it is time to stretch and take a walk so I head east on north beach (with my camera of course).

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The cool of our very own spot on the beach was waiting for me.

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Eventually we are joined by Sister #3 and Brother #3 who consistently visit the island at the same time as us. We are a family that loves to hang out together. You can likely tell that with my fair skin I don’t take after the same parent as my siblings.

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We were in and out of the crystalline waters all day to refresh ourselves.

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We enjoyed a late lunch time of sandwiches made of manchego cheese, cucumber, cilantro and lime mayo-oh yum! We made the hot walk home and hop into the shower and then head back into town again.

On a beach day such as this one, we do a lot of walking back and forth from North Beach/centro to Luna d’Miel on the Airport Road. We are very much looking forward to staying in town at Villas San Miquel this year. With a pool right in the courtyard, we may even decide not to go to the beach at all. We expect that refreshing breezes off the open ocean will cool us.

Kath’s quote:“A real friend is someone who takes a winter vacation on a sun-drenched beach and does not send a card.”–Farmer’s Almanac

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Love never fails.

 

 


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