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... so Marie and I went up to the second highest level where the Standard 1's and 2's (Grades 2 & 3) are. One of the teachers was away today, so there was a classroom with 30+ kids in it and no teacher. We decided that would probably be a good place to stop, so we "subbed" in there for a little while... expecting a teacher to show up. About an hour later, I went next door to ask the neighbour teacher if she knew when the teacher would be coming because we had ...
... 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 ...
... seemed to break the ice with everyone else who didn't want to similarly lose their cool, so they accepted iguanas placed on their shoulders and arms and backs. The adults are quite larger, running from a foot to 3 feet long, and the coloring on the adults is a more muted green, but there are interesting markings and patterns on the adults. They are very interesting to look at. Umberto brought out leaves for us to feed them, and they chomped down on them very quickly. ...
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I met an english guy who informed me of some ruins only a 15min walk from our hostel, called Cahal Pech. So i joined him and checked that out. The ruins were bigger then i expected, as they were so close to town. I have attached a couple of shots of the pyramid and ruins. It was rad though, as we were free to walk around the site unescorted and could climb the pyramids and walk in the ancient mayan rooms.
... paying UK prices in a club where the music was pretty much Doing RUMPA like a PUMPA in ma JUMPA Caribbean 90's music with some annoying MC going WAAAAAAAAA over the top. There was a particularly good song with lyrics about a girl who ***** (complete with sound effects) but although I was tempted to leave straight away, I stayed for a little bit just people watching in an attempt to get a bit of money's worth! The girls did the typical twerking and grinding style dancing ...
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