A number of years ago, I encountered what I think is the best theory of jet lag. I believe it was in a William Gibson novel. The short version is that, when traveling, modern technology has allowed the speed at which our bodies travel to exceed the speed at which our souls travel. As such, when traveling long distances by air, we sometimes arrive before our souls do. This helps explain why, even though we are in the same time zone, it takes some time to adjust and really feel present while on vacation. Lori has also adopted this theory, though in some cases she feels more like she leaves her soul down here and finally catches up with it again when she returns for the next vacation.
I still have no adventure photos, so instead I give you more food, this time eggs Benedict and a fruit platter from Playa Maya:
Check the comments for Lori's food critique.