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    Default Csa 10/2-10/9.2010

    The best vacation ever...Lots to do, eat, drink and just relax. The people were so friendly and nice. Anything you wanted and then some. The weather was fantastic. We went to celebrate our 20yr wedding ann.with our cousins. WE had so much fun that we probably won't wait every 5 years...It will be sooner. Thank you so much CSA and staff. We can not wait to return...

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    I'm glad you enjoyed your stay. Was the snorkel boat up and running? How about the dive boat? How did the beach look to you?

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    Nice, short to the point and happy to hear another member of the family has joined us. Welcome to the family.

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    We are here now. Everything here is now running. The boat for water skiing was brought over from CN yesterday. Diving has been good. the beach has recovered quite a bit since we got here on the 5th. The difference is incredible.

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    Great to hear Redsoxnation! We will be there in a week!

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    Have a great time Yookster. Please say hi to Horatio at the Sunset Bar. Tell him we said "See ya later" Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobandJudy View Post
    I'm glad you enjoyed your stay. Was the snorkel boat up and running? How about the dive boat? How did the beach look to you?
    We left on the 12th and both were still out for repairs. They are borrowing two glass bottom boats in the mean time so you can still snorkel and dive. The beach was as short as we have seen it but still nice. We have seen it when it was huge, small and in between. There are many trees with roots exposed but the watersports team is always filling in the cliffs that form next to them so it isn't dangerous. When the tide was high and the winds were strong the waves would come all the way up to many of the palapas. The wind had died down by the time we left though.

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