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Travel Blogs from Placencia
After our long day yesterday and the total of 5 hours of driving we were ready for a day of rest. We 3 older adults got up early as usual and headed into Placencia to Wendy's for breakfast. Stewed chicken, rice beans for me and Cindi and eggs scrabbled, bean rice and BUTT bacon for David. It was delicious! Meals at economy restaurants run about $5- …
As usual David and I rise early, about 5 am. My night has been filled with strange and wild dreams but I awaken refreshed and lazy. While I lounge in bed with the a/c blasting, David wanders down to our dock and begins making friends with every person he encounters on the beach. Random fishermen, our guard, kids walking by and of course dogs. There …
... congregation beach volleyball. We played some volleyball, then we made dinner with Derrick, and played cards. On Tuesday we did our first touristy thing. We went snorkeling! We went to the Silk Cayes...some tiny little islands an hour out into the gulf. These islands have 10 trees on them... they are tiny! The snorkeling was amazing. We got to see huge sea turtles within 5 feet of us. Then we saw some monster spotted eagle ...
... a machete and howling himself. Our guide books warned us about this and we were also told on our trip to Lamanai that it is bad for them.
The guide was pretty knowledgeable about all the plants and vegetation in the forest and cracked open what looked like an oversized brown bean pod to reveal some sap-like liquid. The plant was called stinky feet and I made the mistake of smelling it before tasting it. Anyway, it was rancid and the guides laughed at my ...
... t look completely sketchy. We eventually came upon this funky little place called "Casa de Amore" that looked decent. Inside, it was really interesting looking and we found out that the owner built it himself. Super talented! Anyway, we had the BEST cheese sandwiches ever and fruit smoothies that hit the spot. We hit the road again and eventually started seeing signs for Placencia. We thought it would be a fairly short ride but there were loads of ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed