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m not indecisive about everything…

2016-09-11 08:08

As the title points out, I sometimes have a really hard time making up my mind! If I don’t bring a lunch to work, I usually don’t know what to eat and often spend quite a while trying to figure it out! I’m not indecisive about everything…just some things. (I mean,六彩门户6cwcom, I knew my wedding dress was the one!) I’ve found that for big decisions, if I can’t make up my mind right away, it’s best to let it be for a while (let the different options marinate in my mind), and then when I come back to it, I have a clear head and usually will know which way to go!

After my last honeymoon post, you all probably think the Beanstalks are going to vacation in the BVI…right? We were going to, but of course something inside me wasn’t one hundred percent convinced that that was the right destination for us! I think what was throwing me for a loop was the fact that Virgin Gorda is such a small island and the only thing to do is bask in the sun and snorkel and swim—oh, and did I mention lounge in the sun?! As much as I love to work on my tan (being from Miami, I’m used to be being bronzed all year), Mr. Beanstalk prefers his sun intake in small doses. With that said, I need to share a story with you all.

Last June we flew down to Miami to visit my family. It was Mr. B’s first trip to beautiful South Florida! We did a ton of sight-seeing and swimming and eating Cuban food and drinking tons of Cuban coffee. Mr. B is a very picky eater; not that Cuban food is spicy or anything, but it is quite different than what he usually eats (think yucca, pork, plantains, rice & black beans, etc.—yummy!). Oh, and the coffee? Cuban coffee is very strong (it’s like drinking a shot of sweetened espresso), and in my family we drink quite a bit. Well, my dad makes the best Cuban coffee, and even though Mr. B doesn’t drink much coffee, he never turned down a cup. (Isn’t he sweet?!) Where am I going with this? You’ll see.

Crandon Park on Key Biscayne

Halfway through the trip, we decided to go to Key Biscayne to have a beach day. It rained that morning, so when we got to the beach it was unbearably hot and really humid out. We walked quite a distance to the far end of the beach, which is the best spot during low tide. By the time we found a desirable spot and claimed it for our own, Mr. B wasn’t feeling well. He was telling me he was hot and he just couldn’t cool off. As the time passed, he got worse. He went in the ocean, but it didn’t help cool him because the water in Miami is always pretty warm! He was in need of some shade, so he went to lie down beneath a palm tree. When Mr. Beanstalk rejoined me a little while later, he told me that he really didn’t feel well. He was pale and looked very sick and still complained about the heat. I couldn’t comprehend what was wrong because I felt fine.

We decided to call it a day after only being there less than an hour (he was that sick), and packed up our things and started to leave. We didn’t make it far. He collapsed under a tree and I had to run and get the lifeguard. The lifeguard came with another guy in their Miami-Dade Fire Rescue truck! They started checking his vitals and determined he had a fever. They gave him water, and then he started to throw up. I was so scared. I didn’t know what was wrong.

The fire rescue said that he had heat stroke. Eventually they were able to cool him down. They said if they hadn’t been able to bring his temperature down, they would have had to airlift him to a local hospital! It was explained to us that the heat stroke could have been caused by a combination of things: the extreme humidity, the food he had been eating (we had a Cuban pig roast the day before), and his coffee intake (caffeinated beverages can lead to dehydration which can then escalate to heat stroke). We went home and Mr. B was sick in bed for the next three days!

In Miami, a few days before the beach day

Knowing all this, I knew a solely beach vacation was not a good idea. Plus, I kind of wanted to do a few activities that didn’t involve bikinis and the beach! I expressed my concern with Mr. Beanstalk,游戏下载, and he assured me he’d be fine but shared my passion for wanting to do a bit of sight-seeing.

We both knew exactly where we should go…the honeymoon destination we originally wanted but deemed too far (oh, and there was that issue about hardly any flights). Where am I talking about? St. Lucia, of course!

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The more I looked into it, St. Lucia seemed perfect for us! There are plenty of activities and sight-seeing to keep us busy, but still not so much that we will feel the need to be on the go each day. Plus, the beaches look beautiful with the lush Piton mountains in the background! I’m beyond excited for our tropical beach honeymoon!

Was anyone else indecisive about where to go on the honeymoon?

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