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... ha ha ha). We are ushered into a cab and four of us plus our backpacks are squished in for the quick ride to San Ignacio.
We are too early to check in but the nice Shemera lets us dump our bags in the hotel while we wander around. First stop is for coffee for yours truly but it is so hot here that I changed my mind and grab a refreshing watermelon juice instead. It is Sunday when we arrive and most shops are closed for the day so the town is relatively ...
... apparently there are lots of real Amish people who use buggies and don't use electricity in Belize. Before James left, he asked one of the tour guides about the prison gift shop (which we were delighted by when we were here in November). He found out that the prisoners work in the gift shop, that you can walk right through it from inside the prison, and that they sell both daggers and machetes. Sounds about accurate for the safety standards in these parts. ...
... miles flew by. The lowlights included heavy heat—I was dripping sweat all day and my head pounded—and the discovery of a bulge in my old rear tire like the one that had appeared in my front tire. But these lows were countered by highs: we had a delicious lunch at Wolf’s, a roadside open air diner with three tables, and chatted with two guys on a Sunday break. They were Guatemalan Mayans whose parents had fled to Belize in the 1970s political violence. Hearing of my ...
... to come over and mention that they heard we were leaving and wanted to say goodbye and thanks. They were such a warm and friendly group of people at the hotel and coupled with the beauty of the hotel, the great location, and the number of tours/excursions that they offer, I would happily recommend it to anyone staying in the Cayo district of Belize. I would happily go back and stay there again- although I would request a single with a king size bed so Jeremy and I could snuggle ...
... which was the direction we were heading. Mark arrived back with a delicious burrito that Indi and I enjoyed and we continued to sit and wait. Lo and Behold a 'Benque' bus came around the corner. It was 40 minutes after it was due but from the way the bus driver was driving it was suggestive that his bus was running late rather than early. He would take off with people still hanging off the bus or back doors still open. One time people had to holler out from the back of the bus for him ...
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