Weekend Update - Beach edition!

Monday, January 21, 2013

Hola chicas!

I'm backkkk. From sunny Cancun, Mexico that is. Yep, from 80 degree + weather there, all the way back to 20 degree weather here in lovely Louisville. I'm just a wee bit bummed.

That said, we had an a-m-a-z-i-n-g time. Duh. Beach, sun, drinks, mexican food... what's not to like, right?

Full recap to come soon, but for now here's your sneak peak :)







Highlights included - good beach reads, corona light with lime, authentic Mexican food, the best literally to-die-for pico de gallo ever, that beautiful aqua ocean, swim up bars... ahh, perfection.

How did you spend your weekend?

xo
Sam

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6 Responses to “Weekend Update - Beach edition!”

Ashlee :) said...

I may have to keep your post up all day because I'm literally FUH-REEZING too death lol! Mexico looks so beautiful! I need more details since I'm planning a honeymoon :) :)

Sarah said...

So so so pretty!!! I'm jealous of your delicious Mexican food!!

Leeann @ Join the Gossip said...

Yay!!! I love it down there! I think it's the most beautiful place I've been. Glad to hear you had a great time :)

Thanks for linking up with us!

Stamp in My Passport said...

Stop. That looks amazing! I'm sooo jealous! Haha. Cancun is ALWAYS a good decision, especially in the winter. Plus, the vacation tan is an extra bonus :)

-Samantha

Holly Foxen Wells of Glamour Mash said...

Wow- sounds like H-E-A-V-E-N! Looks like a blast!

xx

Holly Foxen Wells

GlamourMash

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