Seminole Plaza Hotel
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... and a free drink on board- rum & Coke for me. Noticed that rum & Fanta was a popular choice among locals. Inflight announcements in English ! Maybe in recognition that the Corn Islands are predominantly english speaking due to influence of pirates.
Retrieved our bag from storage on check-in then repacked all bags for the haul home. Then complimentary drinks and dinner. Many more mozzies here than I recall on the way ...
... and with the rain a cooler feeling after the heat and sweaty humid day so far. Suddenly we were signalled by the bus boy that this was our stop. Off we got and found ourselves standing by the roadside wondering where the next bus connection goes. We were beside a hotel in a sleepy town on the route to the border. Hmmm so we asked the hotel and funnily inside the big hotel grounds was a bus agency office but closed. We had 2 and a half hours to wait so the hotel kindly ...
... I walked over to join the crowds and sure enough there below was that mighty pool of water surrounded by the massive cliff walls and even better right there in the middle was a mighty passenger ship parked up.
What a great sight this was. Right there below the view point where I was standing were cliff edges where people were walking about on the cliff edge. The drop over this cliff must be thousands of feet to the water below. Just standing up here it was hard to take ...
... away from California, and still at some level feel like nothing has changed.
I'm still typing on my laptop.
Still checking my bank balance.
Still emailing clients.
Still posting Facebook status updates.
Still browsing Netlfix.
I mean this was the plan...to be able to travel and simultaneously work from anywhere and everywhere in the world. But still...kind of surreal...
... Actually, I can't really like of any movies that we as Aussies traditional watch each year. But that might just be me.
When embarking on an overseas adventure all is great until those family time events come up and yours is far far away. I could not have asked for a better family to spend Christmas with this year. I have had the best day, have a tummy sooo full, and feel very much a part of this household.
Merry Christmas everyone! ...