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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 …
We finished our trip the way we started it...with more service and great friends. On Friday I worked the literature table with Derrick again while Lindsey went out in Placencia. Towards the end of the day she was able to have a nice conversation with a man who only spoke Spanish and was able to place a Bible Teach book with him. After service we met up with a girl named Emily who we met when we visited the Big Falls congregation. Her family is in ...
... run-down shacks and sometimes no running water. One of the studies after reading Psalms 37:9-11 couldn't hold in her joy. She was so excited by the scripture that she literally raised her arms to the sky and yelled "peace," "delight," "no more bad people." This was something that had never even crossed her mind until now. Today ended up being a long day out in service and tomorrow will be also. We are meeting at 8:30 to head up to the banana farms again which means more Spanish for ...
... on the peninsula. Maya Beach was at the beginning of the road and we were shocked! The houses switched from little side-of-the-road shacks to McMansions almost immediately. Clearly the land is being bought up by foreigners and they're building huge houses here. It was kind of disconcerting. A little further along it was more like we expected - some touristy spots but a lot of local homes too.We arrived in Placencia around 6 and easily found Ranguana ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed