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... pick me up. AJ is the owner of the action company Seakunga and my lift down to Placencia. His huge pick up Bus needed fixing up first, so we went to visit the mechanic, who lived just 30min down a bumpy gravel road. After waiting for him in a Hotel nearby, we finally hit the road down South after 3hrs. Of course we needed to stop at the Asian supermarket, which are basically the only ones you can find in whole Belize, the get some snacks and beers. Drinking and ...
... in a
foil pan, together with pineapple, green pepper, red onion, zucchini and
plantains, all cooked over a barbecue fire. We also had tortillas, and a pot of
coconut rice to round out the meal. Words cannot accurately describe how
delicious this meal tasted. The lobster and fish were so tasty simmered in the
juices of the pineapple and other vegetables. We ate this sitting on a beach,
with the breeze ...
Monday is the off day for service here. So I slept in and made breakfast. Around 11 I wandered over to Roger's for a cooking lesson but as it turns out it was vehicle maintenance day. So I hung out for a while and helped him with my extreme lack of knowledge about cars. Their little puppy, Pad Thai, who is so cute was sick today tho. I hope he gets better. They say he licked a toad. I guess that's poisonous or something. I had lunch ...
... of that F&%($ng dog over the top!
Survived Punta Gorda until the morning, where I got my bags packed up quickly and ready to get the hell out of there. Fortunately the people on the boat also agreed that Punta Gorda was GRIM and we were able to laugh about each others misery!
And that was the end of Belize!
Quite an odd country – some parts I liked but generally I didn’t like the atmosphere of every town being inhabited with drunks. ...
... road to Hopkins with the help of the EU.
This is a work in progress, and to the newbie, seemed incredible that what we were driving on was an upgrade from anything. 30' sections at a time are washed out, the washboard and potholes cleverly obscure the road that must be there somewhere, and I had a filling fall out (j/k).
Apparently, there has been a few weeks of unseasonable and torrential rain. So much so, that the water on the north ...