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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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It wasn't easy to get to the Caribbean. It was the longest and most expensive ride of this whole journey. We took a shuttle from El Remate to Chetumal for 275 GTQ. First they took us to the border with Belize where we had to pay the exit tax of 20 GTQ. The only way to get to Yucatán from Guatemala is through Belize as there is no road in the northern part of Guatemala. We drove through Belize for about five ...
Note: I typed this post last night (Friday) but then had internet issues again so could not post until today. Hi everyone. Well, I think we have the internet issue resolved. I am keeping my fingers crossed. Yesterday, Jeff and I went on a tour of the Lamanai Mayan ruins. We left our house at 7:00 am, walked to the main road and waited for the bus to pick us up and take us to Orange Walk. The buses here are old school buses, and we all know that school buses are not ...
It is now 3 months since we left the UK. Wow, time is really flying by! We can hardly believe that it's been that long already. We're all fine though. Keeping well on the whole. The heat here can really tire you out though, although you don't realise it at the time. It's only after several days of being busy in the heat that it gets on top of you. There isn't much you can do but sleep!
Sunday is our busiest day by far. We leave home at about 8:45 to get to the hall we're ...
... and Pam (a Canadian couple) took all our bags in their Land Rover and we walked round. Otherwise it would have been a nightmare walking with them all. They even bought us some food for the evening as they knew we wouldn't have much time, or motivation to cook! We're very thankful for all the help - it's made a huge difference to us. It will take us a few days to settle in but at last we have somewhere to call home for the next 11 months or ...
... The smooth roads are gone, most of the homes are in need of maintenance and its clear we are now in a poorer country.
I'll mention more about the hotel we're staying in here in Corozal another time. The same evening we arrived though, one of the brothers made a trip back to the hotel. He had gone and found some special cream for dealing with sunburn for Andrews oldest son Jacob. We are amazed by their generosity and how they have gone out ...