“You boy’s like Mex-i-co?!?”

17 Jul

Okay 2 bonus points if you can name what movie that subject line is from!

I’m soooo happy! Yesterday we booked the hotel and flights for our little fall get-away. I haven’t been on a vacation with more than 2 other people who were not family, so when 2 other couples that we are friends with said they wanted to get away this fall, we of course agreed…. and I can’t wait!

We’re staying here:

Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun All Inclusive, Cancun, Mexico

The  beautiful Fiesta Americana Condesa Cancun. While 4 of 6 (and maybe more) of us have been to Mexico already, this place really hit everything we wanted/required in a mini-vacation; short travel time (although our flights home stink with layovers), all-inclusive, beach, pool, swim-up bar, warm, decent price, somewhere we can go out and par-tay in the evenings…. that was about it. We are staying 4 nights too which is the perfect short getaway amount I think. This destination will also give me a good chance to brush up on my Spanish. I have a degree in Spanish, but like many things you don’t use it… the more Tequila it takes to bring it out.

Now I just have to wait…. and get in shape. 🙂




3 Responses to ““You boy’s like Mex-i-co?!?””

  1. Denise July 17, 2012 at 11:28 am #

    I believe the movie is “Super Troopers”.

  2. Karyn July 17, 2012 at 9:16 pm #

    You’ll love it. We were at an all inclusive in Cancun last month for 4 nights. We are going back for another 4 nights Friday (though just a resort not an all-inclusive since we’re bringing the kid). Have a great time!

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