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Travel Blogs from Placencia
... We won't tell you why...you'll have to look it up but trust me!). We talked to two different people who made it to their first meeting this past Sunday. Both of them smiled as they explained how much they enjoyed going. They kept saying over and over again what a big difference it is from what they are used to. They both mentioned the people: how friendly they were ...
... to me at least). As the hours passed we were getting close…..and then, out of nowhere, we discovered that the deadline was not 1st April. It was in fact, the 1st of May. What???!!! Needless to say, we were pretty gutted to have missed a day off work!! However, it gave us another month to perfect the proposal, and in fact we have changed a lot so it worked out really well, and we submitted the other day….after ...
... we were now running our stove kerosene would provide more heat per litre and should be cheaper to buy than gasoline. Later we bought a litre of kerosene from one of the few service stations that seemed to sell it, I changed the stove’s jet to the one designed for this fuel and after a good clean up tried
to fire it up. Result? Zilch. Not a drop of kerosene would go through to the jet yet the whole system had been checked and recheckd for blockages. Before throwing the ...
... spent the day at the Grande Riviera Princess, with the ladies... on a guest pass. Beautiful place... it does blow my mind, however, that most of these resorts aren't ten years old, they employ 1000's of people each and these are people who came from villages fro the jobs. Makes me seriously wonder if most of those people are any better off now that they live in a crowded city apartment. Our bartender at the swim-up bar, Miguel from Chiapas province lives in ...
... the people we've met, (though, not all) that it is disheartening. Any marginally inspired or curious citizen of the third world could own it. Placencia is a minimal stretch of internationally indistinguishable low end beach hang. We check into our $25 broom closet of a room at the filthy Seaspray hotel. Actually, we do have clean sheets and towels. If only we had a bed or a sink (rimshot). We drop the bags unopened and hit the street. As we approach the main drag escorted by ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed