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Travel Blogs from Placencia
... she crashed into a tower of coca-cola bottles. No damage done though!
Beaver and Tom spent the final night doing a spot of fishing. Both managed to catch some tiny fish and, much to their amazement, they nearly landed an enormous barracuda. We're all packed up now and waiting for our transport to get us up to Belize City where we'll fly over to Managua, Nicaragua tonight. We're all a little relucant to leave the luxury behind.
... In the afternoon she went with a young pioneer sister on two Bible studies in Seine Bight and another in Placencia. One of the studies has been to two meetings. When they asked the Bible student what she thought of the meetings she started to cry. She went on to explain how much she loves them and how wonderful she feels after attending. She talked about how she has never felt so much love in one place. The other studies were in Seine bight, which is the poorer area of the ...
... t look completely sketchy. We eventually came upon this funky little place called "Casa de Amore" that looked decent. Inside, it was really interesting looking and we found out that the owner built it himself. Super talented! Anyway, we had the BEST cheese sandwiches ever and fruit smoothies that hit the spot. We hit the road again and eventually started seeing signs for Placencia. We thought it would be a fairly short ride but there were loads of ...
... other visitors it being off season for the ruins, so we had many of the building complexes at Tikal all to ourselves. Listening to the
birds in the trees we tried to speculate on what Tikal must have been like in its heyday some 1500 years ago and to have been there whilst they were building its very different and often massive structures. One of them alone took over 100 years to complete. Taking an average life expectancy in those times of say 35 years into account that equates ...
... been prebooked.
There are 2 small island airlines here, Tropic and Mayan. Tropics planes are 12 passenger and we haven't flown Mayan yet but we do see some smaller planes as well on both airlines. These guys are seriously SO great to fly with. We don't fly too high so we can see the terrain and usually the shadow of the plane if we're flying over water. It is truly a treat flying here after dealing with the big airlines.... they treat you as real people and not a number!
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