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#238717 - 05/24/07 03:27 PM A big thank you  
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Two days away from heading to San Pedro. I would like to thank everyone who has shared information with me either directly or indirectly. The information I have recieved has allowed me to make a good plan for my vacation. I have a long list of things to consider doing and places to eat and areas to explore and on and on. I will not get to them all but I have ideas and when I see somewhere I can say " I remember hearing about that and then doing it or not depending on my mood at the moment. Again thank you, your information has let me know that I can't wait. keith

#238758 - 05/24/07 04:53 PM Re: A big thank you [Re: mobow]  
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and so you keep us all in suspense??? Share your planned itinerary! smile

#238801 - 05/25/07 09:00 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: travelqueen]  
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One suggestion. Don't spend all your time with an itinerary. Just walk down the street or beach, and let the feeling permeate and guide you. This is a magical place for lots of people. This sounds kind of funny, but not to the people who have experienced it.


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#238805 - 05/25/07 09:11 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: Bobber]  
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I'm with you Bobber. Itenerary is a term that I use loosely. Here mine is.
Places to Eat in no order: Estels, BC's, Pasta La Vista, Rojos, Blue Water Grill, Sunset Grill, Waramanga, Street vendors, El Patio, El Divino, Elvis, Papis, Jambels,Antonijitos, Pedros, Caliente and others which escape me at this moment.
Things to do again in no order, walk the beach with my wife every morning, go see Lumani ruins, take a discover scuba course, go fishing,do a sail/snorkel trip or two, do a day run over to Caye Caulker, take in some music (have tickets for Jerry Jeff Walker), watch the sun rise from a pier, have a rum drink or two maybe in the morning (its' noon somewhere) tell my wife I love her and give her a kiss on the cheek on the beach in the light of the moon. keith

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#238806 - 05/25/07 09:16 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: mobow]  
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let's leave now!


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#238811 - 05/25/07 09:38 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: susieb]  
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Actually, 22 sleeps to go. My loose itinerary is as follows. No Belikin till I get to the island, as it must be properly contained in a cold brown bottle. Up before the sun, coffee on the pier as the sun comes up. Breakfast at Estels. I might suggest adding The Reef to your list, good place. I also plan to hug and kiss the wife a bit, as she is the one who spearheaded the lobsterfest trip. A dive day, and never any movement outside the resort without the camera. Memories are where you make them. I also will try to make it a point to at least meet and greet any of the other boarders who happen to be around. Maybe put some names and faces together. Refresh our SAGA t-shirts, and a lot of down time.


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#238812 - 05/25/07 09:42 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: Bobber]  
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You guys are so sweet about your wives! Got any YOUNG brothers?? Just kidding! smile

Sounds like a lot of fun, you both!

Babe, 22 days, huh? I MIGHT see you there!

#238819 - 05/25/07 10:29 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: travelqueen]  
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If I don't recognize you, step right up. I'll be the guy who gets really really good looking and really really smart when I've had too much to drink. Can't miss me. smile


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#238841 - 05/25/07 11:50 AM Re: A big thank you [Re: Bobber]  
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:P

I probably won't recognize you because every male fits that discription after awhile. I'll be the one with the adorable little 5 yr. old girl. You can't miss her - she's precious!

#238855 - 05/25/07 12:48 PM Re: A big thank you [Re: travelqueen]  
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Check. Sit in the bar and keep an eye out for a cute 5 year old girl. Hmmm, something about that just seems wierd. Just kidding. Have yourself an entertaining weekend, and if everyone else jumps in the river, what the heck, go with the flow.


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