Almond Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlmond Beach Resort Hopkins
This is a good bike ride outside of the Hopkins village (south). So be prepared to eat at the resort or bike into town.
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... group enjoyed a private demonstration around the fire here at the resort. I had a headache so skipped the pounding of the drums. We all need a little downtime. We've been staying at a very tired lodge called Jungle Jeanies by the Sea. Jeanie is still running the place despite losing her husband a few months ago. Our little cabana had a bed, cold ...
... for supper. I asked what the special was. Today was a type of "Jungle Rat" called "Gibnut". Cool... "Tina, if I order this, will I like it?" "Yes" was all Tina said. OK, I'll have that. As we expected, all our meals were excellent, and at $41 BZD i'm not sure if you can cook your own supper for much less (and why would you?)
We're off for a much needed rest. Not sure about tomorrow, but buying a blender might be in the cards.
Service this morning. We went way up past the airport today but we drove this time. It was much easier to get there. More invitation work today. With the convention this weekend everything is a little off. Siriphon had her Thai food today instead. It was ginger onion shrimp thing. Really good. Then I helped Derrick get ready for convention. Planning meals for 3 days down here is actually a lot ...
... right off my skin.
2. Almost no tan to think of.
3. A few bruises.
4. A crazy, unpredictable, stop me in my tracks, I need to breath through these contractions kind of pain in my tummy. Those who know me, know that my stomach issues are the bane of my existence. These attacks come on in waves and take about a couple minutes and then *poof* gone!
5. A scalp that feels like a thousand mosquito bites.
6. I still want ...
... This period was the zenith of the Olmec culture (capital La Venta), after which they began to decline. Olmec-style stone heads are known at several Maya sites and they influenced the Maya in their jaguar worship and many words, particularly the word ajaw (lord/ ruler).
3. Late Preclassic- This period saw the addition of glyphs to stelae, 250 BC, and the move into the lowlands. In other areas we see the rise of non-Maya civilizations- Zapotec, ...