The Maine Stay Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the ocean. A truly spectacular Belizean meal. After
lunch we headed back to shore; the ride in was a bit choppy (according to
Deborah, the rest of us enjoyed it). The wind had picked up quite a bit in the
afternoon and made the ride back, certainly, not boring. A day that we had
thought might turn out to be a bust, ended up being one of the best days we've
had in Placenica. Thanks to Chino, and the fresh fish and ...
... Amazingly, Alex followed a sea turtle that looked as intrigued with us as we were it. I ventured too close, in the name of good gopro footage, to a green moray that didn't take to kindly to being videotaped. I came towards me a little aggressive at which time I learned to scuba backwards quickly. Between dives we went to a small island where we were given lunch and were able to snorkel. There we saw a couple squid which was really cool. The second dive was as good as ...
... The longest line was 2200', and was quite quick. So was the day, and 3:00 was already here. We bid our guides farewell, and thanked them again for a great time. Then we headed back to Dangriga. We caught the end of the market, to discover that it was mostly a collection of ****, not fresh fruit, meat and fish as hoped.
Not to be deterred, I found a butcher shop, (A 7'x10' building with a freezer and a band saw) and got 4 T bones (1" thick) for ...
... moved but unfortunately, no animal itself.
Hauling the big canoe back onto the bank we then prepared our dinner while swatting away pesky mosquitoes. Surprisingly we were the only guests here, I think the only visitors they get are people the night before going to stay at the reef. We enjoyed a film on AP's laptop, before going to sleep.
... 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.)