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... falls, Oaxaca
Coolest accommodation: Jungle Palace, El Panchen
Favourite ruins: Palenque
Craziest night out: Mexico City
Strangest place: Zipolite
The list could go on and on. So if you havent gathered from my previous posts I would definitely reccommend Mexico as a destination, my only warning...make sure you have plently of time!
So from Mexico its adios, next stop Caye Caulker, Belize...
... dad decided the palms were greener with another gal in a neighbouring town). Randy has watched the young family grow up in the last six years, so it seemed they might appreciate Elsie and Bill’s Canadian flag.
Randy quickly drove us around the town square, the post office and the bus station, then to the market area where we picked up six bananas for $0.75 BZ. Randy was itching to get on the road, so after changing our American dollars into Belizean currency, ...
... the spectacle gap-mouthed--until she got the rather late brain-wave to snap a couple of pictures! (Refer to attached picture.)
To avoid further hassle and rancour, Randy quickly advised our bus friends to exit our van and to take the taxis. Julie was furious, and gestured madly at Buzz Cut. We all kind of chuckled as we watched her “verbally duke it out toe to toe” with Buzz Cut, to no avail. Even though the van was Caribbean Blue’s ...
The Mayans believe there are 3 levels of life . Like the Sabor tree you have the branches and leaves that represent heaven. The trunk is middle world. The roots are the underworld.
This museo had all three levels . It was interesting for a rainy day activity.
Met some Canadians there, and in our Campground are some Swiss campers.
It is so unusual to have anyone share ...
long journey. They sleep mostly; with Max the Terrier, occasionally
standing like a hood ornament, from his perch atop the blankets and
suitcases stuffed behind the front seats, keenly watching through the
windshield as the fantastic landscapes of New Mexico and then Texas
roll by. Even though walks and “Business,” and water-breaks are
administered liberally at fuel and snack stops, we heave-to in Alice as
both dogs signal – ...