On Friday, the first thing I did was watch this cloud over the ocean pick up the rising sun's rays.
It almost looks like a mushroom cloud. The weather forecast was for rain, but it never came. Steve, Chris and Isaac headed out for a zip line tour. The rest of us, all but Irene, headed to the aquarium. First, Stan, Dave, Laura and I headed for a drug store to buy some Poli Grip. The cashier looked at us-probably wondering which one of us had false teeth! Laura had a temporary crown come out, and Millie had suggested this. It worked well-that crown stayed in until they got home. I'll be remembering that! Then we hopped a pulmonia for the aquarium. Jim, Millie and the kids got to see the sea lion show, but we were too late for that. We hooked up with them just after the show got out and walked around with them. Of course we saw sea turtles:
We did get to see the bird show, very cute!
Just watching the kids' faces was entertainment for me. Everything was in Spanish, but it wasn't hard to figure out what was going on.
It was very reasonable-85 pesos for adults and 60 pesos for children. That works out to about $7 and $5-not bad for a whole afternoon's entertainment.
Then we headed to Mega for more groceries then back to the resort. The kids got a huge kick out of riding in the pulmonias-half of us in one, half in another, and we had to keep shouting and waving to each other!
We had a taco supper and the kids hit the pool. The teens and Steve related an awesome time zip lining. They even got to tour a tequila factory-and grumped because Uncle Steve wouldn't let them taste the finished product!
Then to bed-whew! We were all pooped, and we had one more day of fun to enjoy.