What Vegans Eat – Day 1160, Special Travel Edition


Breakfast: This morning’s breakfast consisted of cooked Oatmeal with Walnuts, Bananas and Raisins, and Mango for dessert. This Mango is sweeter than candy. We sat outside at the picnic table in front of our condo with a few of the boats and the beach.

We also dined with the Iguanas. They were the size of cats and the big black birds play with them. When they started coming over to say hello, about 4 of them, it was time to say “adios” and head to our terrace to finish our meal. Iguanas are herbivorous and I think they thought our breakfast looked and smelled especially tasty.

Lunch: We took a walk on the bean and then stayed a while laying out on the sand. When we got back, we made lunch. Guess what was on the menu? I made the Guacamole with Avocado, Tomatoes and Onions and chopped up some Pineapple.

We each took our plates of Black Beans and Rice.

It looks good!

Dinner: We spent the rest of the day by the pool. They have a gym area with every piece of equipment imaginable. I did some yoga while Gary used a treadmill. Then I moved to the rowing machine and Gary stretched. Exercise is so much nicer outdoors when the weather is delicious.

Back at the condo, guess what we had for dinner! We put together a salad bar of Black Beans, Rice, Red Onions, Papaya and Lettuce. Gary made more Pineapple Tahini.

Afterwards we had small Potatoes cooked with Onions and topped with Tahini. These potatoes also were not the most delicious, they had a bitterness, like the black beans. I am looking forward to the second part of our trip when we can buy produce in San Isidro where I know it will be good.

Evening: Yesterday we tried to use the Jacuzzi tub in our condo but the faucet wouldn’t turn off. We had someone come in the evening to turn it off last night and repair it this morning. We tried again and all was well. Gary brought glasses of Pineapple Water. As I mentioned when we got here, two days ago, the resort lobby has water coolers with fresh fruit flavoring the water. It’s a nice touch and keeps everyone hydrated in the heat. When we went to get some water earlier in the day, the cooler were gone, obviously being refilled. Gary made up for our loss by bringing Pineapple Water to our Jacuzzi. Afterwards, we shared an Ocho Bar that the Easter Bunny had brought Gary and he had packed with him.


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