We had yoga scheduled at 8am Saturday morning as our first Camp BC activity. Unfortunately, we slept in considering it took us 11 hours to get in and we didn’t get quite settled into our room until around midnight. A … Continue reading South Lake Tahoe.
We did this Mayan jungle ATV/ Zip line tour which was a ton of fun, but with one drawback… the mosquitoes! So early in the morning, we were picked up to be driven about 45 minutes out. We were told that because the villagers get their water supply from the cenote (natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath) and cave, we cannot have any sunblock or bug spray. Anyways, we started off getting on ATVs. T drove me around which was nice. HOWEVER. This guy would purposefully slow down just to … Continue reading Day 6: ATV, Ziplining, and Cave Swimming
Day 3 started off by us waking up super early and having room service breakfast. We got a lot of bacon and sausages which was pretty nice. Also, we had to pack up all our stuff because we were moving hotels. We started our trip at The Grand, but decided to move over to Sunrise just because service there was better there, nicer vibe, and the pool was nicer. T’s dad wasn’t feeling all that well, so he sat our adventure to Xcaret out. When it was time to head out of Xcaret, we rented a van and T … Continue reading Day 3: Xcaret
Yesterday, T and I went to Little Yosemite with Shawn and Shrimp. They wanted to get some footage for a new video. Compared to when T and I went in December, there were a LOT more people and less water. … Continue reading Little Yosemite.
My nose was sunburned, but that didn’t stop us from going to Ko Olina! We headed towards Ko Olina, which is on the west coast on Oahu, but stopped by Honolulu Kitchen off Ferrington Hwy for some fried manapuas. It’s … Continue reading Hawaii: Day Four.