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... invited him to join us for dinner. We learned that he used to be employed by McLaren F1 and was one of the guys involved in Spygate, allegedly taking photos of other teams equipment as a "spectator", then passing the information to McLaren. Although the water was cool, it was refreshing and C had a start when the minnows nibbled at her (actually I think she let out a yell and then proceeded to climb out).
The walk back was a bit easier as the ...
... to get home, meaning a couple of connections in Dallas (a hotel overnight - first bath for my whole trip) and Los Angeles, and it's over...sigh...
But a nice dinner or two in Placencia, complete with enormous overnight thunder and tropical rain and afternoon warm sea breezes through the bar, is as good a finish as any. (I must brush up on my Creole.)
... of orange and grapefruit orchards and not many other types of farmland.
Placencia is a really small laid back town on a long Pennisula with one road in. The beaches are nices than the islands but still had a lot seaweed on the edge. Our focus was more diving and beach time prior to returning to Canada. We got to check out a lot of small local restaurants and food vendors.
... someone pick you up. Fortunately there were some other local people getting off for Hopkins so they showed us the ropes. Before long someone passed by in a pickup (everyone who has a vehicle drives pickups) and we all got in, with Em and me and one guy getting into the climbing into the back bay.
This other guy it turned out had a really interesting story; he used to live in Hopkins until he was 7(ish) then following a death ...
Apart from the sticky mud at the Trek Stop which clung insistently to our shoes we enjoyed a nice dinner there and slept well in our little cabin. Apart from a lone young English girl from Ipswich in England we were the only guests.
The drive eastwards took us through some quaint hamlets mostly containing little timber houses, often raised above the ground on stilts or piles with names like Unitedville, Teakettle Village and Camelote. Further along ...