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... from Mexico. i meanwhile lazed on the beach.. read more of my Spanish Readers Digest 4 in 1 book, got hassled by the local special kid who tried to kiss me, turns out he was hassling all the women on the beach. funny, once i told the hostel owner, suddenly everyone else piped up but noone had ever told anyone, so silly! if they dont know they cant sort it out! anyway no harm done and no further ...
... br> Guinness Book of Records. Sadly, it seems that it is well beaten by a much narrower one in Reutlingen in Germany. Even so it’s fun to stroll up and down Placencia’s one saying hi to the locals and listening to their lilting Caribbean mix of English and other languages known as Creole.
We hunted for a bed for quite a while after arriving but eventually settled into Lydia’s Guesthouse (N16 31.241 W88 22.155) standing just a stone’s throw back from ...
... Raaj got to know
kindly pointed us in the direction of what would be our home for the next 4 nights
– The Funky Dodo! Owned and run by Will, a dude from Brighton, this place was
colourful and fun so we loved it straight away....oh....and also the reception
was in fact a bar as well so we had no choice but to check in with a beer!
We managed to get a sweet little private cabin for the first
two nights which was perfect! We spent ...
... even a crash was unlikely to be lethal. Pinray and I rode in the front two seats, directly behind the pilot which was neat. We then took a 45 minute drive through Dangriga to the neighboring village of Hopkins to our hotel, Hamanasi. Although our flights weren't long (less than 3 hours from Madison to Dallas, less than 3 hours from Dallas to Belize, and 20 minutes from Belize to Dangriga) our total transit time ended up being about 12 hours.
The hotel is very nice. ...
... winds settle, a dive boat from one of the three private dive resorts, comes out and leads us through the shallow coral reef full of hidden treachorous bommies. He leads us to the only mooring on the inside of the reef. It was a blessing! Once we dried out the boat, we are in the water again. Finn can’t seem to get enough of mask and snorkel. We all spent much time in various shallow sections of ...
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