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21 Nov

Yesterday was the most traffic we have ever had on our blog with a grand total of 61 hits.  That blew away our previous two high traffic days tied for 1st with 50 hits.  It is nice to know people care and/or live vicariously through us.  LOL!  We read and respond to all the comments that people post on our blog so keep them coming and make sure to check back for our response. Any suggestions to improve our blog for your reading pleasure would be duly noted as well.

I am still trying to get our underwater camera to upload photos.  I believe it is due to a small amount of corrosion in the end of the cable that connects to our computer. I have the tools back home to fix it but here I am left feeling like a mechanic with no arms.  I can’t find a replacement because it isn’t a standard USB mini cord.  Why would it be that easy?  I want to bypass it but Olympus cameras only use micro-SD so we cannot insert the memory card directly into our laptop.  Booooooo!  If anyone has a micro SD adapter that they would like to part with for a few months that would be super cool.  Just give it to Chantel or Paul before they leave for Mexico this week!  We will reward you with awesome underwater photos as well as a gift when we return to Canada.

Today our landlord Angelica showed us the room she was preparing for Paul and Chantels 1 week stay.  Five more days and we are going to meet them at Dreams Tulum for a week of more fun and more sun!  I am sure that time will fly by so we have already been making plans for the week they are spending in our apartment building.  Too bad the timing is off because that is the week our friend Ricky is out-of-town.  Also we will end up missing the Cozumel Iron Man completion while we are away at the resort.  We are still trying to find a place to put the “Timmy Stone” that Mandy gave to us.  We have talked to Daryl and Nikita and they suggested we check out the beaches on the east side.  Maybe we will find a cool place to geo-cache the stone there.  We will take a picture with our camera that records GPS cordinates so anyone who comes to the island can find it later.

Thanks for tuning in!

Bill loves tropical flowers (to eat).