Hotel de la Fuente
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Our first hostel stop - in Chetumal - was eventful, in stark contrast to the town itself. We stayed at Posada Chetumal, which on arrival seemed fine, and we quickly got chatting to an interesting group from Quebec. However, as soon as dusk arrived our power and water stopped. Bearing in mind we were in an urban area with little wind, the stagnant, …
... cause its sooooo hot! Also, there is no doubt
that Jehovah sees a great need here, since the congregation was
struggling with one elder, his family and just a few other
publishers, and in the last 3 weeks 7 need-greaters have arrived with
the prospect of 4 or 5 more coming in the next few months. It turns
out that this fabulous fun and spiritual group from California, made
up of one couple and 3 single sisters had been planning and ...
... This is only the second meeting they will have had there so they are not expecting many to be coming yet. The village hall has been painted and electricity and water put in (all done and paid for by the local congregation) so at the moment there is no rent to pay for using it. We have to rent the chairs though. Unfortunately, today they didn't arrive on time so we had to use the old benches that are already there. You can see what ...
... of a tourist I can be :p
So anyways, we got to camp and got situated in our cabanas.. I'll write more on what camp was like later. I was assigned to live with a Canadian girl named Tamara. And this is where I leave you. Did I survive living with her? Did our American/Canadian views make us hate each other? The suspense will kill you, but I am done writing for now. Thanks for reading about my first days adventures!
... indeed find one at another furniture store. It is a Eureka model and Helen purchased it without hesitation. By this time we had several packages to carry so with Doug very graciously carrying the vacuum, we made our way to the restaurant that is owned by Doug from Regina and partner Lucie. We enjoyed a delicious lunch of chicken fingers, fries, and the only beer and clam that Helen had this whole Belizean portion of the trip.
After lunch and a visit with the ...