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Oh Yeah... Honeymoon, Part 2
Monday, 2007 March 19 - 10:25 pm
Some more stuff from the honeymoon.

Wow, I'm almost caught up blogging! Here's a few snapshots from our snorkeling excursion on our honeymoon:











It is extraordinarily difficult to take a good underwater photo with a cheap disposable camera... if it weren't for Photoshop, these pictures would be just uniformly green rectangles.

Here's a sombrero we got for Amy at Tulum. They wanted $45 for it. The guy went from $45 to $35 to $25. I told him I only had $21 on me (as I quickly pocketed the extra $20 I had), and I finally wore him down.



I'm not really a jewelry guy, but they were selling these little pendants where you could get your name in Mayan. It was for a good cause, as the profits went towards preservation and restoration of Mayan artifacts. So I got one of these for both myself and Amy.



Finally... I wanted to show you what a week's worth of bar receipts looks like:



Here's one of those receipts. You do the math.

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Comment #1 from Chris (Guest)
2007 Mar 24 - 3:19 pm : #
Nice pictures. Are you really sure that spells your name in Mayan? What if it really says, "I am ugly" or some such? That would be terrible. And the worst part is that only the Mayans would get the joke.

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