Julia's Rooms, Guest House, and Cabanas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to the other, who knows. Either way, it really opened up my mind for many things. We arrived at around 6pm in Placencia, Seakunga, and the after this super random reunion in the jungle of Belize, the holiday was deemed to be huge success.
The first 3 days, they had a group of around 20 Danish high school graduates at the wonderful beach house. And lucky as I am, I got to join all their activities they planned with the company. Our accommodation was ...
Dispatches from Belize.... Hello again! I really don't know what to write,
because there is so much going on. Perhaps, I will start with our typical day,
however, there is no such thing as a typical day here. The days are always
different, it depends on which way the wind blows and if the rains
come....literally. We are usually awakened by the sounds of birds chirping and
singing at about 6 or 7am. ...
So sleep was interrupted this morning by the village marathon. The start was at 5:30 and just a few hundred feet from my window but I was able to fall back asleep. We had meeting at 10 and the local special pioneer gave the talk. It was very good. After meeting I met the group for service and worked with a brother named Paul. Once again I enjoyed hearing from someone what brought them down here. We did some ...
... 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. ...
... of aimlessness only to discover that it was 44 pesos AN HOUR ! Whatever... my bad.
We waited for our overnight express bus and boarded after stowing our luggage, and fell asleep shortly after the ride stopped being a stop and go show. As a note to a specific reader, there were NO chickens on the bus.
We awoke at the exit port, where we were charged 295 pesos each to receive another stamp on our passports. More scams... I mean ...