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... as through some heavily forested areas. Once outside the city it becomes very rural with small communities. I did notice a Mennonite village at one stage.
After a couple of hours I was able to confirm with some of the other passengers that we were approaching Orange Walk. The prospect of whacking about thirty passengers on the head with my backpack, as I tried to squeeze down the bus was not going to make me Mr Popular, but thankfully we pulled into a terminal, ...
... Baliceaux und Roatán ausgesetzt wurden und sich anschließend auf das Festland ausbreiteten und teilweise mit der indigenen Bevölkerung vermischten. Die Garifuna sprechen ihre eigene Sprache und haben ihre eigene Kultur. Der Rhythmus ist hier vom Reggae geprägt. Die eigentliche indigene Bevölkerung sind auch hier die Mayas. Die teilweise teilweise restaurierte Mayastätte Cerros in der Bucht gegenüber von Corozal habe ich ...
... so fluently one would think they were in Missoula. The fly fishing tourism runs this place and it was easy to see. We quickly befriended the "crazy gringo from Hollywood" aka Mike, the owner of Casa de Ascension. He welcomed us into his living room/hotel entertainment room where he had a big screen TV, 24/7 electricity (a rarity in PA), and a football game could always be watched. The football and burgers were a nice taste of home that eased the transition and helped soothe the fire ...
... since she's never seen anything like it before, so we joined a tour and had beautiful weather to go along with it. The last weekend she was here, we took a 4:30am bus to Hopkins. Ohh yeah and the bus had no breaks....I decided I couldn't do anything about it and fell asleep... but Shan just stared at the upcoming buses as we passed cars on the highway lol.
So, Round 2 for Zoo, Lamanai, Hopkins, and with one of my best friends. :-D
Thank You Shannon!
... one for him as well). We then sat with our new Belizian friend drinking our beer and talking to his friends.
We shared stories of our countries and quickly learned that here in Belize you can drink in the street without fear of arrest. Our next stop after leaving these characters was another Chinese restaurant near our hotel. We had another beer and watched the soccer, while the local bar flies told us which homeless rastafarians ...