Holiday Inn Chetumal Puerta Maya
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A nice comfortingly familiar choice, close to the town centre and opposite the museum of Mayan life. The kids enjoyed the pool, gown ups enjoyed sitting outside in the little courtyard. After several months of roughing it we enjoyed the feeling of a little luxury (maybe more a reflexion on our travels than holiday inn)
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... adults. I think we had more leg room on the airplane. The bus made a lot of stops, picking up people (mostly students on their way to school) and dropping people off. After about an hour, we finally arrived in Orange Walk. We were supposed to be met at the bus terminal by Antonio, the owner of the tour company, but he wasn't there so we got a taxi to take us to his office. He wasn't there either but did arrive about five minutes later. A young lady from Germany and a party ...
... Xaibe. We unload all the chairs from the truck and I wait with the boys until someone with the key turns up. Katie heads off a couple of villages further to collect a couple we're studying with. The meeting is from 10:00 till 11:45. We pack up straight away and take our studies back. We get back home for about 13:00. We have 1.5 hours for having lunch and then at 14:30 we're off out again to the ministry arrangement. Usually we're doing return visits and studies in Xaibe. We get back ...
... our 2 families) and quite a novelty as people tend to stare as we go by and can be more keen to talk to us than the locals. We do tend to stick out! Unfortunately there is a shortage of literature (mags, brochures and tracts) so our bags are quite empty. So, it's back to basics. There seem to be enough 'Teach' books though so we're pleased about that.
After ministry we moved our bags from the hotel to the house and began ...
... a study edition of The Watchtower. Yes, the taxi driver was in the local congregation! What are the chances?!
The ADO coach left at 10:40. It was a very roomy, air conditioned vehicle which made the 4.5 hour trip go relatively quickly. Fortunately for me the Imodium capsules were doing their job and I didn't have to worry about my dodgy stomach.
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