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Laundry On Sundaes

Every beginning is only a sequel, after all, and the book of events is always open halfway through.

Days 1&2
Day 3

It’s our last full day! We decided to just take it easy and hang around the resort’s beach and pool. For lunch we walked on the beach for about 5 minutes to a different RIU resort.


We stood in line for a really long time for freshly made tacos. They were delicious though! Anyway, we basically just spend the whole day lounging around in the sun (I got a lot of reading done!). For dinner we went to the third and last specialty restaurant at the resort. It was an Asian restaurant and although it was a buffet, we needed reservations. It was decent for an Asian restaurant at a Mexican resort. The food ranged from sushi and miso soup (that tasted nothing like miso soup) to roasted duck and stir-fry.


They did offer a fried ice cream that is made to order though, and it was pretty awesome.


After dinner we sat on beach chairs by the beach as the sun went down. It was cloudier that day so no spectacular sunset like on day 1, but we did get these beautiful pink cotton candy-like clouds.


The next morning we checked out of our room, but we still had a few hours before our flight, so we stored our bags and stayed at the resort until we had to leave for the airport. And thus concluded our first out of the country trip since we moved to SF! We had a amazing time and it was so great to get away from real life for a few days. Got my tropical beach fix for the year!


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