The Sea Breeze Hotel
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... cause its sooooo hot! Also, there is no doubt
that Jehovah sees a great need here, since the congregation was
struggling with one elder, his family and just a few other
publishers, and in the last 3 weeks 7 need-greaters have arrived with
the prospect of 4 or 5 more coming in the next few months. It turns
out that this fabulous fun and spiritual group from California, made
up of one couple and 3 single sisters had been planning and ...
... just stared back at us. Was quite strange.
The only person who spoke fluent English with us was the resident doctor, Helen. Elma goes there to get various natural remedies for various things - which seem to work amazingly well. She was very nice, friendly and chatty. Apparently people come from all over the place to get treated by her - even people with cancer! Impressive. Don't knock natural remedies! ...
... Pop and Reggae music was blasting from its speakers as we paid out ticket, BZ$10 or US$5. The country side is mainly farming, no eye catching views by any imagination.
We arrive in Orange Walk around noon. It was a hot sunny day as we walked to find the only suitable hotel in town mentioned in our guidebook. The Orchid Palm Inn is a nice place by Belize standards, clean rooms with hot water showers and air con for BZ$70 ...
... tried "Fry Jacks", a fried tortilla topped with beans, cheese and chilli sauce, oh so yummy! Bought sweet and juicy clementines from a fruit lady, wandered more of the town to admire the sights and people of Orange Walk and, on both nights ate dinner either at or from the nearby Chinese restaurant before walking back along the deathly quiet street to our hotel. We later learnt that there is a night-time curfew in town but we don't know why, perhaps it was better that we never knew?! ...