By Anne Keckler | March 3, 2008
I returned from Cancun on Saturday, and I’ve been trying to catch up with everything since then. I’m in the middle of writing a post about gym etiquette, and I’m preparing to review another great book on resistance training. But first, let me tell you a little about my trip.
I love to fly, so I always get a window seat. I love to watch the ground go by below, and see the clouds outside the window. I’ve taken a few flying lessons, and when I can do it again I definitely will. So the flying was great, even if I did have to get up pretty early on Tuesday to get to the airport.
The weather in Cancun was sunny and breezy when we arrived. After unpacking, we went to the beach and signed up for a scuba diving trip for later in the week. Lunch was incredible, with a good variety of foods at the buffet.
Each day we took the stairs up the seven floors to our room, at least twice. My calves were sore by the second day, but it was a good kind of sore. I felt alive, and strong.
I napped a lot. I joked that I must be terribly sleep deprived at home, if I can sleep that much on vacation. I do it every time! Maybe it’s not really a joke. I probably do need more sleep than I get, but I have no idea how I’d ever manage that.
By the time Friday came along, and it was time for our scuba trip, I had a touch of Montezuma’s Revenge, so I stayed in bed. I’m disappointed that I missed the dive, but my husband went and told me all about it. He saw five sharks, a moray eel, sea turtles, and lots and lots of different fish. He had a blast!
So now I’m home. I’m catching up on stuff. I’m reading. I’m writing a little. I got into a debate about training frequency in an online forum this morning, which sent me off on a search for more information on that topic. Of course, I’m also spending time with my children and doing things around the house.
But I’ll have something more substantial to share with you very soon. I promise.
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