Mexico was enjoyed. I hit the fitness center there most days. They didn't have much, and their dumbbells only went up to 30 pounds, but they had machines versatile enough for me to do some full body work just to keep the all-inclusive consumption from being too awful. H and I enjoyed it quite a bit, but I don't know that I would do an all-inclusive again, at least not any time soon. I don't day drink much, even on vacation, so I feel like I need to force it to get my money's worth. And when I did so, I felt off a bit the next day and reverted back to lots of water. Maybe half of my days had "enough" alcohol consumption. Well, perhaps the whole trip did, because I can consume more than most people. I did get the money's worth with the food, but even then, I was eating more than I really wanted to simply because that's the environment. Were it a pay-by-order venue, I'd have eaten less. But because it's basically an all-you-can-eat buffet every meal, I over-ate every meal. Similarly, we didn't do any off-site excursions because any day you spend away from the resort is a day you aren't getting the food and beverage that you already paid for by going to an all-inclusive resort. But it was beautiful, and we had a great time. I'm finally getting back into the fitness swing from it. We came back July 2, which lead us right into the holiday weekend, so we didn't really get into a normal pattern right away. I got back to the gym the following week, but our eating was still off (and we've been drinking way too much beer). This week, my eating is falling into place as well. Jaer is going to stop here and talk about the new routine in another post, otherwise this will be way too long.