Westwind Hotel on the Beach
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... bus I got really lucky because he turned out to be a minister in the Belizean parliament, who knows our “Angie” quiet well in person. I got a quick but very broad introduction to the country – the main point here were:
“We pay with Belizean Dollars, but you can also use US Dollars, paying with Pesos will be seen as a joke. 2 Belize Dollars, is one USD. The country is super safe, just stay off dodgy edges of Belize City. With only ...
... After trying for about 15
minutes in one spot and having no luck, he set out to check another site and I
decided swam along with him. After a few minutes, we came upon this big rock
underwater, and in a split second he speared a fish, a Yellow Jack; although
the spear went right through the fish, it fought like hell trying to get away.
Chino inserted another spear through it's head and the fish died. He ...
... but Haley got it done. Then we got some really good volleyball in. It had to be good cause we'll be without it for a few days. After that it was back home to pack. We leave at 7 tomorrow morning(that's Belizian time so who knows when we will actually leave). We're riding up with Roger and Siriphon. I look forward to seeing the convention a second time around and seeing how they do stuff down ...
... ve ever been.
Admittedly it was night when I arrived, but everything was either shut, and generally provided the most unwelcome welcome possible, as dilapidated tramps stumbled around wanting money, then coming right in your face shaking your hand, breathing petroleum on you, then seeing you about five minutes later, forgetting all the above had happened and then doing it again. The hostel I wanted was fully booked. As I was walking through the town I walked past this ...
... of aimlessness only to discover that it was 44 pesos AN HOUR ! Whatever... my bad.
We waited for our overnight express bus and boarded after stowing our luggage, and fell asleep shortly after the ride stopped being a stop and go show. As a note to a specific reader, there were NO chickens on the bus.
We awoke at the exit port, where we were charged 295 pesos each to receive another stamp on our passports. More scams... I mean ...