The Maine Stay Cabanas
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... which was wrapped around and clinging on to another branch. As we watched for a good 5 minutes it just hung there suspended and we guessed it was stuck and contemplating the roughly 15 metre drop to the murky water. Eventually however he expertly swung himself round and climbed back into the tree, as if he does it all the time. Maybe he was checking out the view. We could then see another huge lizard along a higher branch crawling around too.
... and probably the nicest place we had stayed to date.
The night was made even better when we treated ourselves to a more exp than normal meal and it was worth every penny.
Placencia has very little doing.
fantastic board walk has been installed the full length of town along
the sands. There are hotels , restaurants and bars either side of the
walk way the whole way down the stripe, but no typical tourist town feel.
A little ...
... to see some of the conditions people have to put up with, yet she is so excited to learn about the Bible. They studied the "Listen to God" brochure in Spanish, and then spent a few minutes helping her to write words in Spanish since she barely even knows the alphabet. At the end of the study they hugged and Lindsey said she could just feel the love and appreciation from the girl as she didn't want to let go. We ate lunch in some random ...
... De Barcelona that had live music so we decided to check it out. I was shocked that Roger was interested since he's not a fan of tapas but we had an amazing meal. Everything was great - the woman who seated us who was also the singer and the wife of the chef, the waiter who really knew the menu and the food, the sangria, the shrimp that Roger had (some of his best ever and that's saying something!). The ...
... with the Belize immigration and customs in English to do the paperwork to get us in. English is the official language of Belize, a remnant of its British colonial past, but Spanish, Creole and several local dialects are also spoken. Then a final visit to the local vehicle insurance office to buy mandatory 3rd party cover for Jambo as our American policy arranged with Maria Alessie in Rotterdam excludes Belize along with a couple of other central and south American ...