DAY 3 IN MAHÉ
We came home to a clean room after our full day tour – so thoughtful.
Rested for a while before heading out to hunt for dinner. I love our porch!
Street dinner pa more! There were more food stalls that night, perhaps because it was a weekend. I was so hungry, I bought 2 packed meals.
Normally, fresh coconut juice was sold to tourists for 50 SR to 75 SR each. With my new jolly friend here, it was half the price.
Here’s what I spent for dinner:
The Captain got his meal from the neighboring hotel again. He spent a little more than I did and this was all he got 😛 Whatever floats your boat, dahling!
After dinner, I went for a swim to lessen the guilt of feasting on 2 meals.
This was the best hotel pool I’ve ever seen so far. It’s temperature-controlled, huge but not deep (perfect for non-swimmers like me) and had beautiful spaces and corners for senti-moments. Yes, I’m a very sentimental person.
I was left unattended and enjoyed dog-paddling around the enticing pool. See the troll under the bridge?
“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.” – J.Morrison
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Temperature controlled outdoor pool, how do they do it?