The Spoked Traveller | Day Five: I could get used to this
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Day Five: I could get used to this

Day Five: I could get used to this

Slept in until 6:30 am this morning. No call about the hike: boo hoo.  Besides the food, the hike is my favourite part. Plucking grapefruits, pomegranates and persimmons from the trees. Oh, and baby avocados.

I recouped lost ground, however, with three fitness classes back-to-back: funky rock and roll dance, followed by an elastic band session (loads of arms) and then spin. Fell asleep during facial.

 

A sun shower near the pool. These are rare in Canada. Sun and rain.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Afternoons are contemplative at The Door, as regulars call it: yoga, facials or massage. The week package also includes a body treatment, other than the daily wraps of steaming towels.

I was scrubbed down with lavender, lemongrass and salt. When I get home I’m going to set up a showing: $5 at the door to see my shiny new skin. It will never look this way again, ever.

And boys, pedicures are not just for the ladies. It takes a big man to do this.

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