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... had the same idea for the river trip. The guide met us first thing and walked us down to the riverbank where we boarded a twin engined motorboat.
At first we proceeded quite slowly as the driver, Ignacio pointed our various native birds and a few lazy crocs. We stopped at a sugar cane processing plant and obtained a sample of their product in exchange for a beer.
Turns out raw sugar is very sweet.
Who would have thought?
A little ...
... the Mexican temporary import tax for my motorcycle back. But in order to get the money I had to follow exactly the steps outlined in the import document, i.e. take a border with a Banjercito office and export the bike with them. Just stamping your passport will not do it! Entering Belize was basically smooth. I had heard before that Belizean officers like to pull your leg. So, I was not really surprised that the officer ...
... kilometers but took us over three hours in the cab driver's little Nissan 2WD. We finally reached PA, checked to make sure we still had all our teeth, and set up camp at Serenidad S****** where Niki, the American owner, charged us 100 pesos per night to string up the hammocks on her property with access to a kitchen and hot showers. We set up what we thought was an awesome camp until the jungle rains proved otherwise. It poured nonstop and somewhere around 6am the ropes we used to hang ...
... he was happy to see us there, even though he could barely sign because of weakness he sat on the couch and told us how he wanted to go to the assembly. He also told his sister he wanted to start studying with Jehovah's Witnesses again. His funeral was the Friday of the assembly. His family continue to study, receiving comfort that he is now resting and they have the prospect of seeing him again.
... on nice clothes, perfume, and a clean
bag but 5 min later I'm dripping sweat and covered in mud or dust.
Our friend Betsy organized a get
together and she made a LOT of ceviche (conch and shrimp with tomato,
onion, cilantro and chips), many of the young ones were invited to
play games. (yes I'm still in that group even though that same day I
was turning 33 :-p ) People here don't know how to salsa :-( but at