Mirasol Beach Apartment
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... previously enquired about swimming here and had been advised not to, due to crocodiles. Exciting stuff! They also get manatees up the river and sometimes turtles too as it is not far from the ocean. The banks are lined with trees and jungle, in which they get many birds and monkeys etc.
Our hopes of spotting anything in the water were relatively slim I would say as it is a very murky greeny colour. So we would have to be extremely lucky ...
... Cathal went into the next door bar
to try call some other options I overheard Mr Assh*le discuss with his
wife how that would teach us and wed be crawling back for his overpriced
NOT IF I NEVER.
that Cathal is had in the mean time managed to wake Ms Lydia up from her
bed and booked us in to here lovely beach house. She was far from
impressed but we didn’t really care, this place was lovely, right on ...
... to his questions. Another Bible student thanked us in the form of a fresh chopped coconut. This was perfect because I think my blood sugar was low after I lost a few pints of blood from the mosquitos here that are the size of wasps it seems! Lindsey had a few studies to go on in Spanish. One of the studies lived in a one room concrete box with one window and a 1/2 inch thick mat for a bed. She is 17, has a 2 year old, and cannot read or write. ...
... were in the Navy and they had pulled into a port nearby to do some training. Must be nice! Anyway, they convinced Roger he should rent some gear just to check out what was off our own beach.
Roger drove a half mile or so out of town to the main office for the dive center to rent his gear cheap ($5). Unfortunately he also found out that the trip scheduled for Glover's the next day was actually ...
... This was nothing compared to the trauma Carole, the owner of Finca Ixobel had gone through some 30 years previously. Back then in the uncertain and unstable days of Guatemalan militarism her husband had been shot and killed by the army without warning or apparent reason, his body left on a rubbish heap some distance from their farm.
This I learnt, not from Carole but from one of her staff. He suggested that this awful event had come about because Carole’s husband that day ...