It’s Summer In March: #sol15 11/31

Day I: traveling to Cancun

There was no way I was able to sleep last  night.  Time just moved way to slowly and it seemed like I was up every hour until finally it was 5:30 and it was officially time to get moving-shower, dressing in the dark, coffee, a bit of news and waiting for the taxi and we were off.

At the airport the process was fast and once again we were on the move.  Luggage taken, expensive bagels and coffee and we were boarding by 8:30 and I missed the start, the wait once we were settled on the plane.  Finally we were up and the pilot was focused on making up the time and getting us there within our expectations. Yes, success.

We arrived and once again the landing process was fast and smooth and we were off to Excellence Playa Mujeres and I couldn’t wait to be “home” and expectations were met.  Familiar faces in the reception, dining room and throughout the place welcomed us… the Rosenbergs have returned.

We have and slowly we acclimated- check in, unpacking, lunch, jacquizi, nap, walking to adjust, dinner, back in the room.

We are feeling so happy to be back here.

So Day 1 comes to an end early but we will be ready for day 2.  In fact, I know I’ll be up early capturing my rise.

So good to be here… Did I say that already.


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