Survivor: Guatemala (Season 11) - 15th voted out
Lydia Morales Biography:
Lydia Morales was born on January 19, 1963 in Okinawa, Japan, where she grew up as the daughter of a US Marine Corps officer. Her family moved to Puerto Rico when her father retired, and eventually, Morales tied the knot with a US soldier, afterwhich they relocated to Ludwigsburg in West Germany. After several years, she relocated to Washington, where she found work as a seafood company assistant manager and majored in early childhood education at Clover Park College. Her usual activities include working out and swimming. She maintains residence in Lakewood, Washington with her only son, Nicholas, and her pet rabbit, Ihop.
A serious follower of the reality series, Survivor, Morales finally decided to try out for the show’s 11th installment, Survivor: Guatemala. Although she has a fear of heights, Morales was eager to participate in the game, and her great personality and physical abilities pushed her far in the game. Starting out as a member of the Yaxha tribe and then going over to the opposite tribe, Nakum, after nine days, Morales was a strong competitor who was only voted out because the other tribe members felt that the jury would vote in favor of her come the final tribal council. Upon her elimination, Morales was already a part of the merged tribe, Xhakum.
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