Sky Flower Hotel
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... not going for an evening stroll! They did a very mean fried chicken and chips, and we were let out just before six. An early night then.
On Saturday, we took a bus to San Ignacio. One of the Customs Officers we'd met lives there and said it was very pretty and had ruins - an interesting chap - he was thrown out of the US after 9/11 as an illegal. He'd been living there for 6 years with fake papers that cost him $200. We ...
... Monkey River where Deborah and I had lunch provided by Percy's niece. Lunch consisted of Jerk Chicken, with beans and rice. It was a very good lunch. With lunch completed we headed back to Placencia through these mangroves that dot the coastline. Part of the tour included looking for Manatees, but today, we did not see any. Percy is very knowledgeable, although he does throw in some ******** just to pull your leg. This was a fantastic tour given by a guy that certainly knows his ...
... our last visit where I suggested he make something useful out of seashells, like candle stick holders.
We retired to our quaint little apartment and enjoyed some pina colada's after our pork chop dinner.
Apparently a few hours in the sun is enough to make your head turn red.
This morning we drove to the dive shop to see what day we might go for a dive and settled on tomorrow. Glover's Reef Atoll should be spectacular with ...
... than we thought we would, considering that this is the kind of place you just keep your clothes on and lie down on top of the sheets. We got up with first light and, fortunately, the weather looked pretty good so we were confident that our flight would go out OK. We grabbed a cab at the 5-way intersection (there's always one around, one reason we headed ...
... 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 ...