You're welcome for the pictures.
I know what the people want.
This place had the most
The next one I had tasted like a watermelon Jolly Rancher and holy YUM. I ignored my food because I was so busy enjoying the margaritas, and I fully intended on drinking more champagne in the room and eating cold tacos at midnight but I COMPLETELY FORGOT and I feel like a failure.
There were many many inadvertent sexual comments made during dinner but I can't repeat them because I don't need any more weird search terms leading people to my blog. I've already got people finding my blog because they're googling stuff about being "really in love with my cousin what to do" and the madness just needs to stop.
Basically it was "THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID" every four seconds.
We played some games after dinner and I feel like I can't tell you what they were because they were pretty inappropriate. One was a version of pin the tail on the donkey but you didn't pin a tail on a donkey... you had to kiss a poster. You can probably figure out what the poster was. The next one was a ring toss game where we had to secure a very phallic object on our head and somebody else tried to toss a ring on it.
It was really hard. twss.
There were 7 of us in the room ... and 2 beds. But we're girls, and we're problem solvers. So we had one person sleep on the floor and then we had 3 people cram into each bed. I was in the middle of one of the beds and it wasn't that bad until I woke up in the morning and was SO sweaty because it was really warm in the room. I felt completely disgusting and all I wanted was to just take a shower and wash my hair. But I didn't because we went to go get coffee and on our way we walked past this really strange fountain that just seemed questionable.
I don't even know what they're doing and I still can't wrap my brain around it.
The hotel we were at was right across from the ocean and it was BEAUTIFUL. This picture doesn't nearly do it justice, partially because it was the morning and I think there was a marine layer or something. People always talk about marine layers and even though I grew up right next to the ocean I've never quite understood what that means. I mean I know it's fog over the ocean but I don't know why it happens or anything like that. I'm not a scientist, people.