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... 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 ...
... chicken and tortillas and coconut water, and we even had a chance to try making our own tortillas!! I'm ashamed to say that I stink at it, defenitely need more practice since my idea of home made just means to buy them at the store and reheat them at home :-( After dinner we played “Uno” for a while, then it was a bike ride home in the dark and muddy roads... its good to work out a bit after dinner :-) a ...
... 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 ...
... hard to place what was what. However, there were two small transactions from an ATM in Mexico, but when I checked the dates we weren't in Mexico then. I thought that perhaps the ATM transactions were delayed or something but it turned out that somehow someone in Mexico must have managed to clone my card and they had withdrawn 1000 pesos, which I think worked out to be about £45.
So, now my card is blocked and they had said they will send me a new one - except there is ...