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So waking up today on the world's worst mattress, we decided to have a quick explore of Bacalar and find some breakfast. The town was fairly quiet, being Sunday, so we had a look at the old town battlements, before finding a place right on the lake for breakfast.
The plan from here on was to pack and leave, we didn't really find that …
... a thatched roof on the beach for our remaining time in PA. Punta Allen, which relies heavily on tourism and is ringed with fishing lodges, was practically a ghost town other than the 460 locals and Jeep tour day trippers from Cancun and Tulum who arrive daily around 11:00 and leave by 4:00. It was wild to be in a Mexican town and be one of about 5 gringos. What was even crazier was that 1 in every 6 Mexicans was wearing incredibly nice fishing gear and could sit down and talk ...
... story short, we spent the whole day there trying to get the boxes and we almost got back empty handed but thanks to Gian's help and CJ's persistence we got all their stuff, unfortunately we made it late for the meeting :-s Gian had a few parts and he made it to all of them, whew! Our cute and tidy home exploded again with stuff, bags, boxes and dust and it has taken all up to today to get it back under control ...
... vieja y eso
nos tomo mas tiempo. En fin, teniamos que alimentar a nuestros
trabajadores y sin agua, refrijerador o estufa cocinamos “Garnachas”
que son tortillas fritas con frijoles refritos y repollo con limon y
sal....comida tradicional de Belice, tambien platanos, “Bear paws
“(pan relleno de mermelada y cubierto con chocolate), refresco y
cerveza. Llenos de azucar y carbohidratos terminamos el trabajo :-)
El Sabado fuimos ...
Sometimes it seems that people will come and find you, rather than you going and finding them!
One morning at about 6:45AM we heard someone calling out at the front of our house, "Morning... Hello!!". It took a few moments for me to realise someone was outside directing their calls to us. Often you can hear someone calling (as no one has door bells) - usually people selling some food of some kind. When we realised he was calling us, I asked him to wait and I put ...