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Ok kids, welcome back for the second instalment of my Central American adventure.
Previously on Swandawg's travel blog: I had just arrived and spent the night in Panajanchel on Lake Atitlan...
The next day I got the boat across the lake to la Casa del Mundo which is a hotel set in the mountainside recommended by Corinne and Matt. The journey across was cool. I’ve discovered I really quite like small boats and the mist had lifted so I could see all around the lake ...
... forced to join a table with a Swiss girl and an American girl and play doubles. Purto obviously taking a fancy to one of them and I'm forced to speak to the other. Leesh arrives and continue to play doubles with one sitting out each game until the girls go off to find some food. Leesh and I play a few games before adding back to bed with an early gym session using the flinstone style gym on the cards before breakfast and departure to Flores, Guatemala tomorrow ...
... been a pretty good day if you ask me. Done lots of things for the first time: SWAM WITH TURTLES, swam with SHARKS, swam with sting rays and I ate lobster. It does kinda suck that this time next week I'll be at home. Anyways if the weathers nice we're gonna have a chill day tomorrow in the sunshine. Although 6 hours later having got off the boat, i still feel like I'm swaying but then again that could just be the rum punch ;) We'll see what happens. The journey awaits ...
... fridge (which was filled with Belikin - the local beer here) to us and we spent hours getting to know one another. Her home is beautiful and reminiscent of a "cottage" property. It has a very homey feel to it. Diana is originally from Africa, but had been living in Hawaii for nearly 30 years. She decided she had enough of Hawaii and did her research predominantly online when deciding to come to Belize. She's been here a little more than a year and loves ...
... reef, sea kayaking, drank plenty of rum and chilled out on the hammocks and enjoyed being re-connected to the world with our hostels free wifi.
What we learnt
Going slow can be addictive
There is an annual lobster festival in Caye Caulker, which we were gutted to miss by only a few days
Fry jacks are my new favourite breakfast food