Normally I’m not very good at taking direction.
But when someone hands you a big, fluffy white bathrobe and a pair of slippers, and tells you that you don’t need to take them off until you leave (even to eat), no further prodding is necessary.
I’m here at the Lake Austin Spa, convincing people that chocolate (and butter) is part of a healthy diet. So in between yoga, pilates, and exercise classes, everyone took a break to eat Dulce de Leche Brownies, Roasted Banana Ice Cream, and a few other previously off-limits delights.
Am I a bad influence or what?
After a couple of weeks of a my steady diet of Mexican food and Texas Bar-B-Q, though, I’m a good candidate for a few meals of spa cuisine myself. In between eating some seriously healthy (and delicious, I might add) food, I’m taking advantage of the warm southern sunshine, lounging by the lake, drinking copious amounts of ice herbal tea…and enjoying a heapin’ dose of Texas hospitality.
Lake Austin Spa