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... as an elf carrying bowling pins down the centre of the motorway in the middle of nowhere. Someone in a dog outfit dancing outside a pharmacy. I've also been reading the Guatemalans national newspaper recently. All it consists of is murder, almost every segment of every page there is some graphic photo of a murder victim. Does anything else happen in Guatemala? Does it's sports teams win anything or did anything positive happen? Not according to the ...
... at the hotel and had negotiated a room change to a room with 2 twin beds instead of one small double bed. With the tropical Belize heat and no AC, we will both appreciate having our own bed. Especially after we realized that our room only had one electrical, single plug, outlet and it was so loose that the fan plug wouldn't stay plugged in!! (Even with my duct tape slings!) It was a tough decision - double bed with our own bathroom or single beds with a shared ...
... as soon as we got to the runway - she started to open the door! We had to travel back, and throw her and her husband off, then try again. As I was walking from the plane back in Belize, I spotted a familiar bus and trailer pulling up at Arrivals. It was Will and Elias picking up their next group. Got a quick chance to say goodbye again and catch up with them about the plane left for Miami.
... trawling up the shallows the captain reeled in a third and seemed satisfied that we could now continue on our way. Dawgy was a character and our faces were aching from laughter by the time we arrived back to Dangriga. A short bus ride away and we arrived in a small village called Maya center the gateway to the Cockscombe forest basin reserve. After leaving our bags with the kind ladies at the gift shop we hiked the six miles into the reserve. After nearly two hours we arrived ...
... we met up with our bus group. The bus ride took an hour or so and we finally arrived--the roads are not in the best shape and it was fairly slow going. After everyone in our group of 8 was fitted with a helmet, life vest and tube, we were off on the trail.
We walked along a partly sandy and rocky path thru some very dense jungle. Our guide, Anthony, pointed out different types of trees and plants, explaining what each was and ...
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