Dan and I had an amazing time in Cancun this week for Scentsy's Leadership retreat. The Moon Palace resort was amazingly beautiful. The food was fantastic, and we met some awesome friends. I was thrilled that Dan met other Scentsy husbands and we got a peak into our future of him being full time Scentsy hubby. Most of the couples we hung out with were southern, and combine that with trying to speak a little Spanish, I almost caught myself saying, "Hola, y'all".
A couple of my favorite things.....the food! We had dinner with two couples at the Brazilian steakhouse. What fun!! And the food was fabulous! The next night we had dinner with a fun couple at the Japanese restaurant. My dear sweet friend Jami had trouble with the chopsticks and asked for a fork. The waiter brought her "American chopsticks" as he called the fork. At little funny to be eating Japanese in Mexico! And we would never have had that dinner if the wheel on the golf cart hadn't fallen off, leading us to run into Jami and Shaun! Our first night at the resort, we tried one of the buffets, and Dan got a serving of chili's and onions. Not thinking they were very hot, he popped a whole chili in his mouth and swallowed it before realizing how hot it was. The faces he made had me in stitches for hours!!
We were very entertained by the local wildlife. Dan chased racoons down the hall one night, trying to get picture. You could hear screams as he chased it towards other people. Hilarious moments. Our last day we saw dozens of iguanas around the resort, big and small. We laughed at young Russian guy who was trying to touch one. You didn't need to speak his language to understand that his girlfriend was freaking out, telling him not to!
The training was very educational and helpful. Both Dan and I were trying to take notes as fast as we could. I'm looking forward to reading over those notes and using them in my business. Our guest speaker was Bob Burg, co author of a great book, The Go Giver. He was a wonderful speaker and I really enjoyed listening to him.
The weather was perfect, 82, humid with a strong breeze. I was never too hot, in fact, the AC was too cold for me and most of the time I turned it off in our room and just opened the door.