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... of business is done with the US and the Caribbean islands.”
Arriving the next morning after crossing the boarder by foot, I was just glad to have met a trustful Belizean, who told me where to go and wait for my unknown pick up. This plan might not sound too rigid, but everything worked out perfectly fine. "Julia?! Julia!!!". One Indian looking, tanned Canadian walked into the bus terminal after I was already overwhelmed by Taxi offers by the ...
... from shore, and landed the boat there.
There was lots of washed pieces of coral, we also saw noni fruit trees (they're
supposed to make you horny - I ate five!! and Deborah's still smiling!! While
the rest of us were doing a little walk-a-bout of the island, guided by two
dogs that live there, Chino set to work. He cleaned and filleted the smaller
fish, split the lobsters and made a meal with the fish, ...
... to the Spanish convention at the end of the month. Then we biked back and I treated myself to an iced coffee drink. As usual after lunch we played volleyball and then to Roger's for conch ceviche and conch soup. Both were very good. Pad Thai made a full recovery. He was running and jumping all over today. Another enjoyable day. Back at it ...
... ve ever been.
Admittedly it was night when I arrived, but everything was either shut, and generally provided the most unwelcome welcome possible, as dilapidated tramps stumbled around wanting money, then coming right in your face shaking your hand, breathing petroleum on you, then seeing you about five minutes later, forgetting all the above had happened and then doing it again. The hostel I wanted was fully booked. As I was walking through the town I walked past this ...
... has your exit information, which consists of your entry information... recorded twice on the same form. More on that later.
The nice man permitted us to enter Mexico, and we were off... to get our luggage. It came, we went through customs and exited the airport in Cancun to many, "Taxi Seņor?". We had a plan.
Turn right, then turn right again and catch a bus. A hundred pesos for the two of us ($10) and we were at the bus depot, which ...