Casa de los Micos
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... I handed over Canadian Tire money which satisfied them enough to leave me alone. However, some were not so easily deterred. After completing my paperwork and as I prepared my bike for the road, one fellow in particular, who made himself out as somewhat the posse leader, insisted I pay him for helping me - something that consisted of simply standing beside me and never shutting up. "You pay me. I look after you, you look after me." "And what is the going rate ...
... charge. After deciding on the quiet Lago de Atitlán area as the perfect place to lay low and avoid detection, he further enhanced his concealment by dramatically switching his identity from American drug dealer to expat American drug dealer.
"It’s perfect, bro, it’s the last thing they’d expect" he explained.
He also vehemently rejected the suggestion that his unwashed clothes, pungent body odour and numerous broken teeth were ...
... the fresh blueberry jam complimented them perfectly! Ah! Lorenzo then came and talked to us about his plant, where he told us a few interesting facts, but the talk was predominantly his musings about life, and how we are all doomed. Most comments were followed by an extremely American 'hellooo'. He told us that the hard shells of the macadamia nut were 25% carbon! which makes them so hard to crack open. The reason this plantation is great is that the trees are self ...
Nothing really to report, another lazy day spent planning and researching while we have the chance. We had very cheap and tasty burritos at lunchtime from a small food vendor and are still trying to get through all our dried beans and rice for ...
... actually just a footpath which runs parallel to the beach and is lined with restaurants, bars, shops and accommodation. Low season meant there were hardly any tourists which was quite a contrast to Utila and we definitely missed the fun-filled and social atmosphere of the Bay Islands. We also missed the cheap Honduran prices (a cup of coffee can be more expensive in Belize than Australia!) so after two nights in Placencia we caught a bus north to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed