The Maine Stay Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at Tutti Frutti).
When we return, Placencia will not be on the list of places we'll make our home base, as a matter of fact, it will likely be Hopkins again.
We're doing the last of our laundry (as there will be no more provisions for that on the rest of the journey), packed our dive/snorkel gear and the cloths we aren't wearing tomorrow, finishing the last of our booze and mix, and are basically ready to leave Hopkins. We're going to miss this **** hole :-S
... than Goffs Caye and is populated with about 30 locals. We all go for a quick walk around the island to get orientated, take some photos and see what is on offer. Then Nick & Liz go snorkeling, while the rest of us just relax. I had finished my book and was feeling rather reflective and not ultra talkative so I sat with Papa Joe & Raoul as they prepared dinner. Another local man George was at the end of the dock cleaning his conch. I decided to have a ...
... go somewhere where there would be more English speakers but they persisted. Eventually after quite a while they found an English speaking person. The person said something like "where have you been, did you get lost and the angels had to show you where to go?" The householder and some of her family then came into the truth. It was an encouraging meeting and we were so glad it got changed! Hope all is well back in CT. Let us know how you are all doing in the comments ...
... given the kerosene in our bottle to the maintenance guy at Finca Ixobel, replaced the jet with the gasoline one and gone back to trying to get it to perform on that fuel. For reasons unknown it decided to perform perfectly at Tikal; let’s hope it continues to do so. I only persist with it because to date we have been unable to track down any supplies of gas canisters or stove tops for our gas equipment.
Next morning we packed up and holding thumbs on the coolant ...
... to the park. Got a quick rundown on the area and were told that it was unlikely that we would be eaten by a jaguar or snake or crocodile or...
Anyway had probably the toughest day hiking I can remember in my 30 years. We thought it was going to be a piece of cake after smashing the first 5km of the track through the jungle but the second half of the 'Outlier' turned into a recurring scenario of clambering up very steep hills then back down across a creek then back up ...