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Travel Blogs from Belize City
After two weeks of working 48-60 hour weeks, I was itching more than ever to grab my passport and escape to my tropical island getaway vacay. Adjusting to adulthood can be depressing and draining so this vacation was a chance for Allison and I to refresh and relax.
Reuniting with Allison this vacation was also reuniting with my college memories, which was bittersweet. Sly Allison surprised me by keeping it a secret that her flight from Houston to Belize was cancelled ...
... The movie, "The Imitation Game" was very good. We enjoyed it a lot and are looking forward to getting it on Netflix to watch again.
We got back to our cabin around midnight and stood out on the balcony on the beautifully clear and warm night chatting and drinking wine until about 1am....actually, 2am because tonight we move our clocks ahead an hour.
A nice day! But now the Emerald Princess is heading north, back to Houston...and we are looking forward to two full days at ...
Thoughts: After months of in depth academic research, I've discovered what is quintiseenial to being Central American. Like the tea to the British, the stealing of sun beds to Germans if you will. 1) the eating of fried chicken 2) listening to very loud pop music in spanish at any given place/time 3) having at least one sombrero in your house 4) still enjoying Ricky martins "livin la vida loco" and "hey macerina" after 15 years 5) your local supermarket having ...
... it was in the middle of nowhere the electricity gets turned off at night. There was also no light in the bathroom and the walls were painted black. So bearing in mind that: it was pretty dark in there and with dark walls there was no way to see if anything was in the shower with you; it was basically just a hut with gaps in between the walls, floor and ceiling; the water was freeeezing; the story of the tarantula AND the fact that you were probably being bitten by all the mozzies, it was ...
... expended to judge the grandeur of the structure. Along the path into the heart of the city were numerous small hills of about 20 feet or so in height. Some had trenches dug into the sides of theses mounds that exposed the existence of a man-made structure hidden by jungle growth, at the center of the mound. More than half of the city of Lamanai was still covered by nature, hidden from the sight of man. Today we would be visiting several of the exposed structures: ...