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Travel Blogs from Corozal Town
... We walked along by the water for a while before cutting back into town, and deciding to stop in at the Purple Toucan for a beer and some food. The beer and food here is much cheaper then we were used to in Mexico. For 2 beers and 2 snacks at the bar cost us the equivalent of $6 Aussie dollars.
Learning this, we found a Chinese restaurant near the main square, where a local drunk
(maybe even homeless) man helped us order 3 ...
... all around!
Tuesday CJ finally got her truck! So, Wednesday we took a trip to Belize city to pick up some long expected boxes that the girls shipped from London full of household stuff that they thought we might need...it felt like getting 8 big boxes full of presents. With one day in the city I learned everything I need to learn about that place... not much there to see and everything is complicated. To make ...
... vieja y eso
nos tomo mas tiempo. En fin, teniamos que alimentar a nuestros
trabajadores y sin agua, refrijerador o estufa cocinamos “Garnachas”
que son tortillas fritas con frijoles refritos y repollo con limon y
sal....comida tradicional de Belice, tambien platanos, “Bear paws
“(pan relleno de mermelada y cubierto con chocolate), refresco y
cerveza. Llenos de azucar y carbohidratos terminamos el trabajo :-)
El Sabado fuimos ...
... service here. Well, there is, but you have to go an check at the post office as there are no deliveries to your door. It's been 3 or 4 weeks now and still nothing. Fortunately we have Katies bank card too (and credit cards, but we don't want to use them!)
Anyway, last weekend Katie went to get some money out at at ATM in the town. All fine.... until 2 days later when she couldn't find the card! Unfortunately she left the card in the machine and the next person who used ...
... off now!
I also just spent another $140 getting leaky brake fluid pipes sorted out as well as a little problem with the gearbox. Oh the joys!! Attached to the blog is a picture of when I got the truck stuck in a ditch (on 6th July). That'll raise a few laughs! The ditch was obscured and I made a turn that was too sharp in order to avoid some foliage that had fallen in the way of the road. It took us about 30 minutes ...