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... Bus - typically an old US school bus that is used as a general transport bus throughout Central and South America. Always a very cheap option but not always a comfortable one. They have been known to carry livestock on the bus, hence the name." San Ignacio is a little town near the Guatemalan border. Meera and Ruki headed off to the local hospital to get their "placement" signed off with a "donation" while I jumped on another chicken bus and headed to the Guatemalan border and off to my ...
... for a bit and directed him to the church the we found here. And then we met a man with no legs. He was a Christian man and talked a lot to the kids. Interesting to talk to different people and get some of their story. Everyone has a story! After that we just went to the bakery and the grocery stores for the last few meals that we will need to prepare. Even with the cost of the golf cart rental it ...
... 8220;Have nothing in your home that is not both functional, and beautiful”. (Morris went broke with that sort of thinking, yet his pieces sell
for incredible amounts of money today... sad fact) We bought a few items, and talked about
shipping some things in the future if we decide to. Some of the bar stools were wonderfully made, and could easily be shipped “knocked down” and assembled upon arrival ...
... village. It is extremely quaint and well off the beaten track. No large tour buses come through these parts and the largest hotel we saw probably has 6 rooms. I will definitely stay here next time as it is a good jumping point to some really nice dive spots at Banco Chinchorro and day excursions to San Pedro in Belize. We stopped at Restaurante Silvia for a yummy fish lunch. We headed back to Mahahual as we still needed to check into our new accommodations at the Balamku.
... the edge, but i work with what i have.
we then bussed back to tulum, had great tacos and sopes, and caught a collectiva van to dos ojas, the double cenote. when we got there we realized that we didn't have enough money. we hitched back, got money and started over. rented snorkles and swam the caves. so amazing! and surprisingly cold! dorota was so into it, she stayed longer and found another spot to swim.
the next day we took a bus to ...
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