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What a wonderful Place directly on the Beach wiht a really nice hostess!
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... is $8 Bzd a gallon, or $4 US, about the same as home +/-. This morning was very calm and we decided to go for a snorkel, followed by an eclectic breakfast of hot tamales and cinnamon buns, both sold to us by peddlers walking by. We toasted the buns and would pass on future tamale sales. We headed soith to the narrow penninsula that is the home tp Placencia ay the southetn tip. We parked after driving the 20 or so miles, gawking at the excess of ...
... tie up down at the beach, her son brought us some loungers in case we felt like a change from the hammocks!
That evening we had a little dinner and spent awhile sitting with Rosie and her four year old daughter and 18 year old son. Her daughter showed us her dance moves and Rosie showed us family photographs. They really were such a nice family. The next morning we had an early start with a bus up to Belize City for our connecting ferry to Cauy Caulker. ...
Got up early today to go bird watching with our guide, Gabriel (Gabby) who looked just like Denzel Washington. We saw all manner of birds first on land and then up the Sittee river. Lots of herons, hawks and macaws. We even saw a Toucan (the fruit loops bird). Got back for lunch and then to the pool and lying on hammocks at the Caribbean Sea. Tomorrow, we are off to see the Mayan ruins. Hope all of you are doing ...
... appears to be a place where folks that couldn't afford (or didn't want to) live in Dangriga moved to. There is nothing here, but a beautiful beach.
Much of it is under developed, or spotted with shacks I wouldn't consider stepping into, let alone stay in. "Backpackers Hostel" or some derivative of the word, dot the area with shantys that look great from one side (if you consider a board and batten 8'x10' shed great looking) while the other sides ...
... this point to drive us the last little bit to find Glovers. Right on the riverbank in basically the middle of nowhere, lovely as it was we decided against wanting 3 days here until Sunday, so then moved on to Hopkins.
Hopkins is a small coastal village and we checked into the Funky Dodo Hostel. We had time to stroll up to the small grocery shop before returning to cook some dinner and make the most of civilisation and wifi for a couple of ...