Playa Lingua del Caribe
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... headphones in and listened to something heavy and loud.
Bizzarely the bar is really busy today, full of local or at least Spanish speaking people. I don't know what's up with that, but not on a big night and not in the mood to try and infiltrate a click I called it an early night to catch up on a pile of blogs.
... coast, reachable with speedboats.
I decided to go to an island called Caye Caulker, a caye that is supposedly very popular with backpackers and not as touristy as the other big caye, Caye Ambergis. These two are the only ones though that are commercially developed, with a connection with water taxis usable by everyone. There were two different ways to get to Caye Caulker. I would either take a bus to Chetumal and from there a water taxi directly there for 50 USD, or I ...
... station. I loaded my small bowl with onions, green peppers, tomatoes, zucchini and some cheese. She cracked the egg on the hot surface and spread it into an oval shape. Partway through she flipped it over and then added my bowl of choices to the middle. She added some extra cheese and then folded it all up. I grabbed a bunch of fresh fruit and some hashbrowns. Bryce had already gotten me a fresh glass of orange juice. He's so thoughtful.
After breakfast ...
... have one... And two... The bartender gives us a shot... Then another one... Then we meet a couple from Hamilton, we have a shot, and another one... Then they go swim and we have another mimosa, and the bartender gives us another shot... We stay at the bar from 11:30am to 2pm then grabbed lunch.
When we finally decide to go, back in the Riviera lobby, we bumped into Jesus who just started his shift. ...
Cincoooooooooo Pesoooooooooooooo.. Probably the first words you'll hear whichever way you arrive into Mexico City. There are four main bus terminals but all of them have a giant market outside, with old ladies shouting and selling **** pretty much 24/7. It’s quite the initiation into one of the world’s largest cities but certainly lets you know you’ve arrived and doesn’t really ease up the whole time you are there.
I’d arrived a little ...