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We tackled another coconut this morning before getting a boat back to the mainland at Dangriga. Here we stocked up on a few supplies at the supermarket before walking to the bus station and heading to Glovers on the Sittee River. We had heard it was a good place to stay and was the necessary base for getting the boat on Sunday out to Glovers Reef.
The bus however dropped us off along the main road where the signpost pointed to Sittee. We ...
... she crashed into a tower of coca-cola bottles. No damage done though!
Beaver and Tom spent the final night doing a spot of fishing. Both managed to catch some tiny fish and, much to their amazement, they nearly landed an enormous barracuda. We're all packed up now and waiting for our transport to get us up to Belize City where we'll fly over to Managua, Nicaragua tonight. We're all a little relucant to leave the luxury behind.
... In the afternoon she went with a young pioneer sister on two Bible studies in Seine Bight and another in Placencia. One of the studies has been to two meetings. When they asked the Bible student what she thought of the meetings she started to cry. She went on to explain how much she loves them and how wonderful she feels after attending. She talked about how she has never felt so much love in one place. The other studies were in Seine bight, which is the poorer area of the ...
... we went. We saw quite a few bats flying and hanging in the cave. At one point, Neko told us to turn our headlamps off so we could experience the complete darkness. It didn't matter if your eyes were open or closed- it was just as black either way. We were completely disoriented and he didn't make a sound for quite a while. Finally he turned his lamp on and we were on the far side of the cave. The trip was about an hour or so and the scenery changed ...
... 8230;We tucked ourselves into a grassy if slightly damp corner of their car park and soon had our rear canopy up.
Infuriatingly I discovered on checking the coolant level when we had got settled at the Jaguar Inn’s campsite that it had again gone down about 2 inches. So the car was definitely losing water somewhere. This was seriously bad news as not only had we spent four days in the unpleasant capital city spending a great deal of money on having this fixed along with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeakunga Placencia
What a wonderful Place directly on the Beach wiht a really nice hostess!
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