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... though amusing when the officer indicated as if I might have a gun concealed under a hand towel, I then followed suit and mimed putting various toiletries on my body. It would seem that such officials are immune to humour. The lady before received a smile from yours truly, and I got a cold glare back. We, that is the passenegers and bus staff, had a quick steak, rice and beans meal for lunch at one stop.
I had been told by the owner of Casa Vanegas that there ...
... their goals and ambitions, even if that doesn't look like what I expect it to look like.
For me that means that half my budget goes to buying a trash barrel (yes, a giant trash barrel) because that's what the directors of my organization feel is most necessary.
That means that sometimes I'm spending hours and hours sitting in front of a computer designing a year-in-review document for my organization because they can't spare the time to ...
... 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 ...
5.45am start and straight on the bus for our 12hr journey to Nicaragua. I can tell you today isn't going to be an interesting blog entry!
Quick stop for brekkie and we reached the border crossing for 11am. Oddest border crossing so far, gave all of our passports to Eddie with $25 to exit Honduras and enter Nicaragua (rip off I say!!!).
Changed my remaining Lempiras to Cordobas and got v annoyed at ...
Are you working here?
Are you on vacation?
So what are you doing here?
It seems so simple in my head, that I'm here in Nicaragua exercising my freedom to work from anywhere in the world (with a semi open-ended up travel schedule), but since that's a relatively foreign concept to people (I'm discovering) it always takes quite a bit of extra explaining to convey all ...