After a whole day of traveling, Kathy and I finally made it to the Mayan Riveria. We had some complications with the plane in Dallas, so we were delayed a few hours. It was nothing that a little Nip/Tuck couldn’t help pass the time with.
The hotel we are staying at seems pretty nice so far. It is huge! It takes about 15 minutes to walk from our hotel room to the main lobby area. there are seven restaurants that are themed and two to three buffets. It is a typical all inclusive resort, but I picked this one because it was an all suite place and I think it was just built last year. I wish it was a little closer to Playacar, but we are only here for a couple of days, so I guess that doesn’t matter.
So far the weather has been damp. It rained last night and the forecast isn’t looking too good. Kathy and I were thinking of trying to maybe drive south to do some exploring, but I guess we’ll see how the weather goes.
I spoke with Dad and Barb yesterday and I think we are going to meet up in a few days. They may come with us if we travel south. So far I haven’t had any complications healthwise. I arranged to have assistance at the airport which turned out to be a huge help when we arrived in Cancun. We were able to head to the front of the line in customs and pre-board everywhere we went. We saved about an hour of time that we would have had to wait in line…it definitely makes traveling much more comfortable.
I did have a little scare this morning. I woke up with the most horiffic stomach pains. Everytime I start getting the cramping stomach pains I start to think about the time that I was rushed to St. Joes with the pancreatitus. That was horrible! I hope I never have to live through anything like that again. The pain was indescribable. It was so horrid. I thought I was dying.
Thankfully this morning the pain passed after about 15 minutes. I just hope that I don’t have any other complications. I had the nurse email a synopsis in case I have to see a doctor. I was also able to get some refills on medications as well last minute. The only one that I am short of is the Arixtra. I only have five syringes left so I will definitely need to get to a doc to get some more. Marci at Cancer Treatment Centers of America sent me an updated medication list as well, so hopefully that will help.
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