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Travel Blogs from Placencia
... did. MacKenzie found some zen music to settle herself, while Holly clung to the window for dear life and tried to focus on breathing and not puking. To both of our surprise, we made it to Belize without getting sick! However, it is doubtful we will ever ride this ferry again in order to save money. At the border patrol officers checked our bags and from there we departed on a quick 10 minute route to Placencia. ...
Parent note: We are super proud of Sawyer. We also loved Placencia - as Sawyer said we ended up extending our stay here till the end of our trip. It is a beautiful village with a great mix of Garifuna (think rasta), Mayan and x-pat people. Very warm and welcoming locals. Our kids swam and played with locals. Was wonderful.
One last blog entry coming up in a few days as a final re-cap. Thanks for sharing with us!
... Sydney. Gary is a software engineer who works from his laptop whilst traveling the world! Amazing. He had been traveling up from Columbia for the past few 4 years so he had plenty of advice to give us for the rest of our trip, especially regarding Costa Rica and Panama which the biggest section of our trip where we have no plans.
It was early to bed so our livers could recuperate from our binging few days with the Aussies!
... with the American couple, Adam and Kat who are in the bungalow next to ours. We enjoyed a cold beer with Adam and Kat on our shared balcony for Australia day and briefed each other of our travelling adventures, as well as picking up a few good places to visit in Guatemala. Wednesday afternoon while discussing our luckless adventures into coconut hunting with our American neighbours, a local rasta came past and offered to lend us his machete so that we ...
... I don’t think so. I was even told by the baker here that I couldn’t order a loaf of bread because he bakes them in twos. What is this place..... The Ark!?
The snorkelling trip the Laughingbird Key was great; I saw an enormous Sting Ray. It was also my chance to try out a dive school and see if I felt confident enough with them to go the whole hog and book a scuba-diving PADI course and finally learn to dive. The tour guide fell short when it was only AFTER ...
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