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Posted: Friday, June 6, 2008 10:00 pm

The trip: Playa Del Carmer, Mexico.

Who went: Alan, Sandy, Bob, Kevin, Erika, Gianni, Jolie Pitto and Maddie, Debbie and Mona Smith.

Occupations: Farming and harvesting.

Hometown: Lodi

Why did you go? For an exotic, fun, family getaway. A step out of reality.

Was it a trip from heaven or that other place? Heaven. Nothing quite like the crystal clear Carribean, sparkling sand and great company.

What was the best part of your trip? Everything. Thanks to cousin Bobby, dreams were fulfilled when we swam with the dolphins. The fabulous food, the different culture and the wonderful people.

What was the worst part of your trip? The plane ride!! Wish we could have been there in a minute!

Did anything memorable happen? Swimming with the dolphins and being with people you love most in life. Thank you Alan Pitto. We love you.

Would you go back? Without a doubt. We would go back tomorrow. The kids ask to go back daily.

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