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Travel Blogs from Placencia
... the road again. C wanted to check out a store that proudly displayed a sign that said, "We don't sell junky stuff. No... really" We purchased some wall art, coffee beans that were way over priced, and had to pass on the neatest wooden back hoe we'd ever seen, complete with articulating boom and bucket. ($100 BZD) Unfortunately it would have been far too large for our suitcase.
It was time to eat, so off we went to Omar's. "Sorry, we're closed for a few ...
... water rushed over my feet. I was almost finished my book, I was getting pangs and nauseas the more I read but at the same time inspired and very reflective about how far I have come in the past 7 years with my illness and how I feel like a completely different person but some of the insecurities still show up in my actions in everyday life. It made me think maybe I need to investigate that more. I finished the book just as the island came into sight. Still about 30-40 ...
Last night we had some epic thunderstorms. We have never heard thunder like that before. Lindsey said it sounded like the earth was cracking open. It was pretty awesome. Today we met up in Seine Bight for service but due to the steady rain we ended up just trying to do calls. Not many people were home, although I got to go on a really great study about 15 ...
... carried on other visitor’s boots and shoes onto the smooth wooden treads of the staircases constructed up the steep sides of the valley in which the pools lie. In some places there were no steps, just boulders and the remains of rock steps all covered in
their extremely dangerous slick of leaves, mud and water. Why no one has been injured here is surprising. And the people at the entrance gate do not warn visitors about the state of the trails nor are there any signs ...
... as many of the Americans were expats and a lot of them (including the organiser, I think) have set up shop here. They were also a lot louder, which may have skewed my count.
As one of the few (she thought) international runners, I had a quick interview with the editor of The Placencia Times after the ceremony. Once that was wrapped up, bought some cupcakes from a stall that had sprung up to raise money for a local school and waddled back to the hotel. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed