The Maine Stay Cabanas
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... banana boat racing at the shore from Seakunga. Just mentioning: That's much harder that it actually looks.
Located in Plancencia, we planned some more trips from that point. One of the days we decided to head south to the Nim Li Punit - a Site from the Maya Classic Period. The archaeological site itself was surely not the highlight of the trip, but rather the way how we got there. Taking the bike in a big rush - only 30min in 40 degrees - hopping onto ...
... carrying a couple of really big fish. So we scurried over, and these two guys
had just come in from fishing for a couple of days. They had about two huge
groupers (rock fish), a few smaller ones, about four barracuda, and a few Dorado.
You have to buy them by the pound, they weigh the whole fish, and you are charged
on that basis. The two guys were both named Kevin, one was a local fisherman, and
Went out in service with a brother who moved here from England. Always great talking to someone and seeing how Jehovah has taken care of them when they put him first. Then I had Friday Thai food from a sister in the village. She makes Thai food every Friday and it is so good. Then we played some really good ...
Slept in and after walking around a bit I took Tom a cup of coffee to see how he was feeling. He can hardly walk. The gout is bad and since we got the wrong meds first we decided to get the bus back to Dangriga to try again. Again, he went to play slots while I went in search of drugs. They did not have what we were looking for but they did sell us morphine, which will as least help with the ...
... learned to cook Mexican food. But being here, I live with a friend that loves baking, and also in trying to eat like the locals I have been forced to open my horizons. So I'm jumping head first into the deliciously fluffy world of cinnamon rolls, the sour yummy smell of yeast, the softness of butter through my fingers (or margarine since there is no butter here :-S ), and the funny mistakes of ...