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mexico : on the catamaran




















diapers & skinny jeans travel diaries, 2013.
caribbean sea, mexico - sailing on the catamaya
february 15th

Here is where we swam, snorkeled, barbecued and stayed out late.
The wind whipped through our hair,  and the boat made some of us sick.
We watched the sun set and rode back through the darkness of the sea.

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  1. Ah, it looks like so much fun and beautiful weather!

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  2. There is nothing like being out on the water on a warm clear night. It looks like you had blast--I hope you weren't one of the people who got sick!

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    1. Thankfully I was okay... Erick? Not so lucky.

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  3. So fun! I love that striped mono swimsuit cover.
    I got sick on a whale watching cruise once. Ugh.

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  4. this looks amazing! i wish i could transport myself there, sigh... x

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  5. Although I'm not sure about the sea sickness, that's my kind of vacation!

    xo
    cortnie

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  6. This looks like a lovely way to spend an afternoon!

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  7. amongst all the beautiful pictures (which they ARE gorgeous) these words "and rode back through the darkness of the sea" made the post all come together. xxoo

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  8. Oh my goodness, it just looks incredible! ahhhhhhh

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  9. what an amazing trip! Love all those colours and everyone seems to be having so much fun, these pictures just make me feel happy (and long for a holiday, ha!) xx

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  10. Looks divine, Kate. What a day that must've been! (Sorry to hear Erick got seasick though... that sucks.)
    Ronnie xo

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  11. How beautiful! I could really use a day on the boat with a beer and the salty wind!

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  12. I wish I had that little baggie with the date 2.16.13 on it.... The day I had my second littles!

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  13. The girl in stripes has the most beautiful freckles!

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