Flat out warning you that there are GROSS pictures later in this entry. Fair warning!!!
Alright, my honeymoon recaps are going to be pretty lame since we never left the resort and spent the majority of the time just flat out RELAXING. We are not excursion people. Although, any other time, we may have taken a booze cruise or something. What stood in our way? The burnnnn.
The first full day (Tuesday) we both didn't sunscreen our legs. I'm fair, but I still tan a lot better than Mr Pug. See? This was a day or so after the burn went away.
Below is Thursday morning. Mr P's legs weren't as purple as they had been but you can see the AMAZING redness and swelling.
Yea the above picture I was startled by the elevator but here's a centered one:
Note that he's holding up his shorts, not wearing short-shorts. I died laughing a little after I took that picture.
Later Thursday yellow blistering developed, proving that Mr Pug saying he had 2nd degree burns was correct. Here are his legs the day we left (Sunday)... the right leg is rippled with blisters.
Dry, burnt, blistered.
Then we fly, and get to our connection in Philly. And we're picking up our luggage (who knew you had to pick up luggage before customs then re-check it if you have a connection coming back from international travel?) and I all of a sudden am like... "Oh.My.Gosh."
YEP massive yellow blister. Which drained. A lot. And still does. Drains then refills. Constantly. Sorry that's TMI. I warned you though!
See how much worse it is today?
I draped him with a ruler thing to show that it's bigger than an inch across. It is so intriguingly gross.
Just let this serve as a lesson to you future honeymooners.... SPF 50 ALL OVER. IF YOUR LEGS DON'T NORMALLY BURN, STILL SPF THEM. Or you could get 2nd degree burns. For reals.
Ok back to trying to convince the hubs to go to a freakin' doctor!