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... s been asking Sarah to make her famous guacamole, and she said she would if he brought the ingredients. Yum! We noticed that we were missing cilantro and jalapenos (I don't put jalapenos in my guac, but Sarah says it's a must), so we went over to another grocery store. They didn't have fresh jalapenos but some in cans, and they didn't have cilantros but "cool-antros" (spelled culantros), which is a cousin of cilantro. It looked different but smelled the same, ...
... coral reef. It is part of Honduras and the official language is spanish, however since it used to be an English colony most of the natives speak both English and Spanish. It is approximately 77 kilometres (48 mi) long, and less than 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) across at its widest point. Because of the coral reef and beautiful beaches it has become a popular cruise stop which makes it considerably more expensive than mainland Honduras :-( However, some of its most amazing ...
... than a tour guide and he loved nothing more than waving his big stick around with his asinine Macau feather on one end.
It was a stinking hot day so the ruins themselves were a bit lost on us. It was interesting to see though some of the old pyramid shaped structures and how over time the trees had started taking them back.
... but the beach is overrun with Cruise Ship traveler from about 10 am to 4 pm. You just have to work around them – makes great people watching though when you come out of the water from fish watching.
We switched up our evening cocktails from beers (Mexico – Superior Rubia, Belize – Belikins, Guatemala – Gallos, Honduras – Salavida) to gin and tonics since we found gin for $6 a bottle – wahoo! Sitting on the beach ...
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