Paradise Vacation Hotel
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... in a
foil pan, together with pineapple, green pepper, red onion, zucchini and
plantains, all cooked over a barbecue fire. We also had tortillas, and a pot of
coconut rice to round out the meal. Words cannot accurately describe how
delicious this meal tasted. The lobster and fish were so tasty simmered in the
juices of the pineapple and other vegetables. We ate this sitting on a beach,
with the breeze ...
... concerned about my boy wearing a 25 pound lightening rod on his back, I asked the locals what they thought. The consensus was the storm is there and you are going over there, (out to sea). Everyone said it would blow by. Deciding on positive thinking we headed off on our underwater journey. I can't begin to describe what it was like to be with my buddy, going out to one of the largest barrier reefs in the world over 20 miles off shore to dive . It was one of those proud ...
... black by 6pm. That is probably one of the big drawbacks to living here. We do tend to go to sleep early and therefore rise earlier. I'm certain I could adapt!!
- Our late night drive home from Tikal was eerie with almost no one on the highways. That was quite odd. Considering the condition of the highways, I guess the locals know better. It was a white knuckle ride home being the passenger (someone...ME....forgot to pack her license).
... water rushed over my feet. I was almost finished my book, I was getting pangs and nauseas the more I read but at the same time inspired and very reflective about how far I have come in the past 7 years with my illness and how I feel like a completely different person but some of the insecurities still show up in my actions in everyday life. It made me think maybe I need to investigate that more. I finished the book just as the island came into sight. Still about 30-40 ...
... until it was time to leave again...bugger!
Five months of travel - with very slack updating of this blog until I impatiently type up the dregs at home recovering from jetlag - and I'm ripped from paradise, sunburnt, tired and a little homesick. I had no idea when it would end but it felt like it was time.
A last minute booking, as cheap as I could manage without ...