Last relaxing day on the Beach
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It was a laid-back, relaxing day â€“ just what we needed to refresh our spirits! The kids did homework and played in the pool. Jazy, in fact, accidently fell in the pool in her clothes and was lucky she didnâ€™t get hurt on the concrete! I got a good picture of her.
The kids really enjoyed practicing their Spanish with their new Mexican friends here at the campground. They are a delightful family from
We all were very impressed with Jazyâ€™s Spanish efforts. In fact, Jazy wrote a thank you note in Spanish for us for Antonio, the Campground Owner who cooked us dinner the other night, and she took it up with a giant Hershey bar as a gift, which was well-received.
While it was rather cloudy today, we enjoyed socializing with our friends at the campground, wiping down the rig, uploading pics to the blog (be sure to look!), and reading up on adventures to come.
I took Ciaoâ€™s front license plate off, just in case the back plate gets stolen for resale or a souvenir or if the police take it for a parking offense and I donâ€™t notice. When I tried taping the rear license in the back window, I couldnâ€™t see it due to the dark tinting, so this is our best alternative I think.
Tomorrow we head to the party port town of
There are some ancient ruins on the way that Iâ€™d like to admire too. Lia said, â€śWe saw ruins the other day- why do we need to see more?â€ť I thought that was funny and had to explain that sheâ€™d see lots of ruins on our trip so we could learn history of the people.
Today Mike at the campground told me about a family from
We have enjoyed our time at Albu Campground on Costa Esmerelda SO much! It is amazing how the atmosphere of sharing and helping each other at a campground can make the whole experience special.