Hokol Kin Guesthouse
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... in a more strategic position to get a better chance of getting out to the bus quicker.
However, as luck would have it, another turned up within about twenty minutes and there was not the same scrum as before, although we sat and waited for a while and it did start to fill up. The difference to the Mexican set up is quite significant. Whereas their first class Mexican buses have individually booked seats with a/c and movies on board, here we have a bus that ...
... I finally get my fried chicken with rice and beans. The rice and beans despite the simplicity of it, was sensational. Leeshs fish was perfect and the fried chicken was just how I hoped it would be. I taste test the Belikin stout beer. A stout with 6.5% alcohol volume and it's got some deep flavour but nice. We are pretty tired and Leesh heads back to the room while Purto and I head up for rum juice and pool. But the tables are packed with people hacking away and ...
... and infirm. There is the odd larger vehicle carrying multiple speakers that seem to concentrate on delivering just the required amount of bass to just stop short of popping your eardrums. It is not the most organised of events, set to start at 12:00 but kicking off well after 13:30....... Still what's the rush? The parade route meant a lot of the roads were closed, the marching band's ...
... and a whole array of fish. That night we all headed out to a reggae bar in town, nothing particularly special a lot of swings instead of seats which was both good fun and hazardous at the same time. A bunch of English army guys on break on the island soured the night a touch but all in all it was a fun night. After procrastinating all day, both due to a hangover and a desire to stay on the island, Meera, Ruki and I jumped on a chicken bus in Belize City and headed to San ...
... a lady there that lived in one of the smaller shacks and I talked to her for a bit (though she was very hard to understand). Someone in Canada had asked me to give some money to a needy person on the streets in Belize and this is the lady we did that for. She was happy. We then went and did a little touring around the south side of the town. While there we met a man in a wheelchair whom we ...