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... windows were down with wind and dust flying in. At the border the two Russian ladies that were in our group had issues with their visas, so that delayed us a further 45 minutes and in the end we had to leave them there while they sorted it out. They would then travel by themselves to Belize City and catch us up. Once we crossed the border we were into Belize and headed to Belize City a further 4 hours away. Along the way we saw ...
730am departure but in true Latin American style we were told not to worry till 815. Our shuttle arrived at 813. Today I was still feeling dreadful so again a bit of a blur. Border crossing - Guatemala into Belize was surprisingly quite easy. Greeted by a guide who swapped our quetzals for a decent rate and crossed the border with minimal hardship. Back to the bus - another couple of hours to Belize City 6pm reached the Mexican border Taxi to our hostel La ...
... I don't know for sure if he got the little one as he chased him along the wall into the other room out of my sight, but I didn't see the little one the rest of the night. I shouldn't be freaked out by all this as we did have geckos in Arizona, but they weren't in my house! The last thing I want to do is step on one with my bare feet when I am pacing the floors at night because I can't sleep. Now that would really have me packing my bags and ...
... temps didn't last long as the day progressed. It got hot and sticky as you can see by the screen shot of the temperature info (94 degrees but feels like 131 degrees). I will take the dry heat in Arizona any day over the hot, humid air here. This morning we were going to walk into town and then to the Santa Rita Mayan ruins. Thankfully, our landlord, David, offered to give us a ride into town and then even took us to the ruins. Once we paid ...
One of the issues we seem to have here in the English congregation is getting enough literature for the ministry. Because so many people in the territory accept the magazines, brochures and tracts so readily they go very quickly and sometimes it takes a very long time to get hold of more from the Mexican branch office.
Not too long after we came here and explaining this to friends back in our home congregation they set about finding out how they ...