Well not quite never Never land , but coming from this
and landing in this
it seems a
Martins sister Connie and hubby Mike were our travel companions again
My 3 Amigos
A couple injuries among us and we all have been super busy at home, so we laid low, soaked up the sun and truly just enjoyed one another's company.All I brought home from this trip were photos , wonderful memories , and a rotten cold!
But it was worth every minute .I did go for my yearly "pamper me " treatment had a massage and steam at the spa. Where they also did a gift ritual with us that included the 4 elements, a wish and a prayer . we were left with seeds to toss in the ocean to help our wish come true. It was very nice and special. The folks at this resort treat us soo well ! our little houskeeper went the extra mile when I fell behind with my bedtime chocolates and built me this
and I didn't get a pic all of the towel creation's she made but there is this one
and of course the staff at poolside made sure we had plenty of theses
Mexican fiesta night was a great dinner and show with dancers and music.
Moslty ate breakfast in the room , but the one morning we did go out , this little fellow offered to join us for our meal .He is a "quati" or "Coati" first one I have ever seen , but once we got to Xel Haa I tell you ...
But this frllow was called Jimmy by the staff and a very friendly fellow . Martin did share a little breakfast with him, proving two things, that cute and bacon are both universal communicators!!
My favortie part of the holiday was of course time spent with my hubby , but also this little beach. we were told about it and finally madeit there on the last day . a 10 (read 30 min) walk down the beach there is this lovely bay with sandy footing and warm waters. when you walk in as the waves come up and subside you find yourself surrounded by hundreds of beautiful silvery angel fish !
Mike was maning the camera and had a hard time getting me to look up ! I was just fascinated!
A bit of a whoops where a wave nearly knocked Connie off balance
I think the look on our faces says it all
All is well here with the horses and cattle, they even left me a welcome home gift in the form of an "Agricultural land mine " (frozen poop under snow) which I promptly tripped over and found myself hugging the ground of the home I love!
Stay safe and warm my friends, I will post the rest of the pics soon