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... and relaxed throughout the 61 minute dive.
It wouldn't be an accurate portrayal of our trip if I only described amazing places and experiences, so here are some less-awesome realities of our trip:
1 & 2 Star Hotels
We've stayed in some very nice accommodations and some awful ones. Hot rooms, no windows, termites, beds with springs popping out, unrelenting street noise, ...
... total bad boys with tattoos everywhere and the cutest smiles ever... we were wondering how they got jobs here until we found out they are the gorgeous owner's brothers... Rhea Lynn totally thought they were the same person because they are twins so you can just imagine her shock when she saw them both sitting at the table with us), Edwin, Bambi, Rhea Lynn and myself. Bambi didn't really sit the entire time though.... He stood and jumped and screamed ...
... colonial courtyard setting with the seating round the edge of the building and the centre planted with bright flowering shrubs and trees.
After lunch, we walked to the lake front, Centro Turistico, where the World SUP and Paddleboard Championship was being held. It had just finished but judging from the temporary grandstand and the amount of event tents being taken down, it must have been a pretty huge event. There were lots of ...
... open in July this year but it seems he said the same for July 2009! He said he wants everything to be perfect before he opens. We had a tour of the house and the birds in the grounds, although I did get badly stung by ants as I stood still to take a photograph!
Then we stopped at La Fe, one of the tiny Garifuna communities. We walked around in the heat of the day while people rested on their verandahs. Everyone was very pleasant and chatted, the children ...
street and around the corner from our hotel (in the opposite
direction of our school) is the warehouse where the ice cream carts
live. The ice cream men gather there every morning, waiting for the
gates open so they can start selling their treats. At 10:00 on the
dot, the ice cream men pour out of that building, past our hotel,
down into Granada. Some of the men (I've never seen an ice cream
woman) have bicycles to drive their carts, ...