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Travel Blogs from La Ceiba
... boy playing with a door at a restaurant. "Don't you go playin' with dat door dere ma boi, dat door ain't goin' nowhere or nothin'. I said don't play with da door, da door ain't goin' nowhere or nothin'!" Seems like you can only play with things that are going places. No playing with backpackers then I guess.
Next up is a livable city, a crystal clear lake that is apparently filthy, and I lose countless man points after being subjected to a 5 hour Guatemalan cooking course.
... to grab supplies: beer, crisps, beer, and a few bottles of rum. It was a lot of fun, and although Ashari and I didn't get stuck into the boozing, we spent ages snorkeling around the tiny island and saw some great things. We were sad to head off, but now it's time to head back to Guatemala to learn some Spanish!! Have to say that I am a little nervous as I have not used my brain for over a decade. Some would argue I didn't use it then ...
... island covered in palm trees, but unfortunately not that quiet with loads of golf carts, trucks and motorbikes racing up and down the narrow streets.
The reason we decided to come to this island, apart from the sun, sea and sand is that it is home to the world’s largest fish, the Whale Shark and here you can take out a boat and snorkel with the beast. The Whale Shark can grow up to 16m, weigh 15 tons and live to be 150 years ...
... seen and it was owned by trustworthy people--the Kawas family have a long history in La Ceiba. Some interesting features of the place: Very high electric gate, living area on the second floor with views of Pico Bonito (the highest mountain in the area), and a maidīs quarters on the other side of the back yard (we wonīt be needing that). It was exhausting being stars of our own international house hunting adventure, but it ended with us in a beautiful home. ...
... there were none around. The diving didn't sound too great and the beaches were pretty non-existent so after a couple of days we decided it was time to have a change of plan. Central America wasn't really working out for us so in the end we decided we'd rather be back in SE Asia. A few hours later the flights were booked and we started the long journey to ...
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