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Cruise: Excursions!

"The enemy of art is the absence of limitations." - Orson Welles Hey Loves! So the three stops that we made while on the cruise was Cozumel, Belize and Roatan Island/Mahogany Bay. Each spot had something different and I learned so much about the countries and their cultures. Did I mention that these places were beautiful?!?! Luckily for you all I managed to snap a few pics along the wild ride!
In Cozumel, we took a tour of the island and we went to a tequila factory. At the tequila factory we learned how the tequila is made naturally and sampled different ones!
I got to stop by the beach. If anyone really knows me knows I love the beach!
And I got to be a Mayan Princess for like, 5 minutes! Next place was Belize where we ended up taking a tour to get to the Eco park where there was a free form pool, a nature trail and lunch was provided! It was so beautiful and relaxing. Don't believe me? Take a look at the pics!
The complimentary lunch that we had. I tried plantains for the first time and I loved them! (I went back for seconds, lolz don't judge!) We went zip lining in Roatan Island/Mahogany Bay so I didn't get to take a lot of pictures. But it was truly an adventure however, let me tell you why. Once we got to the station to sign up and get our harnesses on, we basically had to sign our life away saying that we wouldn't sue the company if something happened. (LAWD!!!) I was like, "I can't die out here my family won't have any understanding", lolz. I sent a prayer up and proceeded. Then we took a truck up through the forest and then it started pouring down raining. Once we got out the truck we had to climb the rest of the way. I was scared but I sucked it up and went for it. Can't live your entire life in fear right? But we ended up going on 6 different zip lines through the forest and eventually landing us on the beach. It was AH-MAZING!!!!
Needless to say, I thoroughly enjoyed myself on the cruise and can't wait to go on another one! XO and Stay FAB! - Stormie

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