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... with. They loved the farm and I am sure they will be back to visit soon.
That's all for now, hopefully the next entry will be Mari's adventures bring three dogs to Belize. Then we have her forever! Her problem right now is, she can only bring two dogs with her...she needs another person to fly down with her, and bring the third...looking for volunteers!
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Still counting Queens...though less this time of year.
After two weeks of working 48-60 hour weeks, I was itching more than ever to grab my passport and escape to my tropical island getaway vacay. Adjusting to adulthood can be depressing and draining so this vacation was a chance for Allison and I to refresh and relax.
Reuniting with Allison this vacation was also reuniting with my college memories, which was bittersweet. Sly Allison surprised me by keeping it a secret that her flight from Houston to Belize was cancelled ...
... memories as the first Mayan Temple that we visited. The large cat know as the Jaguar was the largest of the predators that hunted in the rain forest jungles of the Yucatan Area. The jaguar was a daily reality of the Mayan people in the city of Lamanai.
From here we again hiked further into the jungle to the site of the royal ball court. Like basket ball the game was played with a rubber ball (yes, the discovery of rubber was yet another accomplishment of the ...
... part of the beach anyway. I stop off at Estel's Dine by the Sea for some very good fish tacos and watch the beach, the tourists, and smile a lot. Life is good.
After a bit, I continue on my beach walk southward, finally finding Ramon's Village. I had, at one time, thought about coming here for my pre-tour stay, but thought it would be easier to just come over for the day. Ramon's definitely looks quite lovely sitting right on the beach. I reach that point again where ...
... on your hike. We then found our next hotel, where yet again, I had no real address for it, just a general idea of where I thought it should be based on a hand-drawn map. Ethan really had every right to be fed up with my preparation, or lack thereof, but when you’re in a country whose slogans are Don’t Stop, Belizan and You’d Better Belize It! ...