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... for a currency exchange) I'm on the receiving end...which I'll have to keep in mind. Finally, after disembarking at the belizien border to pay our exit fee (37.50 bzd per person) and again to enter Mexico, and yet again to get our bags screened, we arrived at the Mexican town where you pay for the rest of your trip. James found his original bus, and bought the remaining fair off a local but not before exchanging 80 cad for 60 usd. Without that, we'd have had some ...
... said I didn't. He didn't bother me much which was good and he went back to the girls that were visually unimpressed, but took his oddness with good nature. They were entertaining to watch. I jump onto a bus into town. The club district is loud and busy. It's 2230 by this stage and I line up for Congo Bongo. This was the last night I could use these pre paid tickets. After about 15min I'm in. This club was something else. People were squeezed in like sardines and ...
... br> Not to be out bargained, we returned to pay the asking price. No one is going to get the better of her!
The menagerie now is admired in the pouring rain, admired at the great deal she negotiated... her precious'. She is unsure as to why she likes them so much aside from knowing how much M will like the "Minkeys".
Alas, we will continue to drink, and eat as it rains... and maybe ...
... care to see, again. It started in LA on our second day, and on our third day we called a doctor. He told us what it was, but not how bad it was going to get, in fact he made it seem like a minor inconvenience. So day three in LA we caught the train to Persing Square in downtown LA which we had seen the day before. It's a really lovely outdoor space for peeps to stroll, eat their lunch and be entertained. It also has a number of ...
The last couple of weeks have been surreal. I mean really surreal.
Firstly, to list some of the new experiences since my last blog:
- My first experience of being in a tropical storm and the consequent flooding.
- Swimming with the World's largest fish, the Whale Sharks.
- My first night dive.
Some of the not-so-new experiences:
- Finishing my medication, only ...