The beach bar is a short walk from where I’m staying in a villa in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico with friends and family. On the day of our arrival the caretakers prepared a welcome platter of sopes with shredded chicken, picadillo, and sliced avocados. We ate and drank, all excitedly talking and gesticulating at once, dancing around the patio and into the pool in our best attention deficit hyperactivity disordered selves about the things we want to do during our vacation on the Riviera Maya. The 10 of us were so psyched to be staying in a quaint town off the beaten path right on the sea, that none of us could decide what to do next. We range in age from 21 to 79, so our desires vary, but the beach was on everyone’s wish list, and my top priority.
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