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... see why it is not the thriving metropolis it could be. To be fair to the town, there was a lot of construction work on most of the roads taking place which gave the impression that you had walked on to a building site.
I walked up to the Hotel Akohito and found a room for the night. The plan of action was to try and get onto a day trip for the next day on the Lamanai river and see some Mayan ruins. The guy at reception was able to do that for me, so I booked the ...
... as 1500 BC and the first stone buildings appeared about 800 to 600 BC. The sites are only partially excavated with only 5 have been exposed out of the over 150 that are on site. It was pretty cool walking an climbing these structures whilst always looking up for tropical birds that inhabit the site. We boarded the boat again after a lovely lunch and retraced our steps back to Corozal. Things hadn't changed too much back at the hotel with the ...
I wake up in a tiny caravan on the shore of the Bacalar lagoon. The owner had promised the dawn was spectacular - he was right. After breakfast, I visit the local star fort, built to defend against pirates. I'm treated to an account of the various Welsh, Irish and English ...
... to come aboard and offer their goods. We arrived in the dumpy border town of Chetumal around 4:00- an hour too late to catch the water taxi to San Pedro, Belize. We had prepared for this and went with plan B, which was to transfer buses and head to Corozal, Belize. What we didn't know was the Chetumal is an absolute dump and that the ADO bus, which we had been using in Mexico, doesn't run from Chetumal to Corozal. Instead, this "transfer" required going into the heart of Chetumal ...
... the benefit to the people in the territory, this was a very encouraging even for the local friends, to go from a very small struggling congregation to a center of need-greaters, visitors and buzzing activity. There is no doubt in my mind that Jehovah heard the prayers of so many here and sent the help needed.
On a sad note, there is one person that decided to come but wasn't able to. In the very ...