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... South congregation in Corozal waiting for us. Only two of them spoke English - but that was enough! They had come over to help us with our transportation across the border and to help us through immigration - which we had heard can be tricky. We really appreciated having their help!
The border control on the Mexican side wanted to charge us 300 pesos per person for leaving the country even though we shouldn't have to pay it. Because we ...
... that Helen could quickly scope out the store to see if there was any furniture she might like. Within moments, Helen was back at the van beckoning us to come in for our opinion. This was one excited Helen – mouth open in a surprised “oooooohhhhh!” and pointing to a chocolate brown rattan dining set with four chairs and a living room set – both matching each other, complete with glass table-tops. Helen proclaimed, “it’s exactly what ...
... s wife Tuesday. The family of four are from Colorado Springs (Bronco fans), while friends Julie and hubby Ron are from Connecticut. It was the family’s only trip to Belize, whereas Ron and Julie were heading to Sarteneja for the purpose of purchasing some property, as they had scouted out the area last year.
We had plenty of time to visit, as the bus trip took about four hours. Randy chatted at length with Tony and learned of Julie’s ...
... clearly not "the place to be" with its road of puddles and industrial buildings. At the jetty there was no sign of the advertised bus-seat style boat, just a half open speed boat. Still dubious (!), I asked and was calmed with being told we change to it at San Pedro on Ambergris Caye!, where we would clear Immigration and Customs. OK, let's see... :-)
All passengers loaded and off we set. Blimey, this was a brilliant, fast and powerful ...
... Take a sweater. The air conditioning is bone-chilling), and
have airline-type seats – except with real leg-room. Curtains block out
the sun and all the overhead gadgets, reading-lights and cool air
nozzles are there for your bus-riding comfort. Three on-road movies
where shown; the latest Bond movie and a Denzel Washington thriller;
both in English with Spanish subtitles. The last was a surreal flick,
called “Lost World” all in Spanish ...
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