Miller's Landing Resort
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... perfect - the waves gently splashing around us as the sun went down. The food was exquisite, we all ordered fresh seafood, including Beaver who devoured his fourth lobster in 2 weeks! Much to my surprise Tom and Emma had been carrying birthday presents around for me in their backpacks so I eagerly opened them. The bottle of Pimms brought a smile to my face, knowing it would go down a treat over the next couple of days. To finish off ...
... only spoke in Spanish all morning. I was able to go over a section of the "Good News" brochure with a nice woman and made plans to return and continue. I was also taken on a study and saw some of the challenges the local brothers have overcoming the lack of education that a lot of people have. Then we went to the meeting which was nice. It was interrupted by a torrential down pour which made hearing the speakers very difficult. We also had to close the windows which upped ...
... between heading more or less due north on a gravel surface, or turn to the east and stay on the tar to take us hopefully all the way to the big main road that parallels the border with Belize in the far east of Guatemala. As the smooth tar beckoned, we had little daylight left, and Finca Ixobel lay on the main road we turned east. The tar road allowed us to really wind Jambo up to a heady 100 kms plus in places for the next 80 kms or so, but as the daylight finally started to ...
... to be rough again...... and it was! I made the mistake of sitting up at the front of the boat and felt every wave we hit. It was 2 hours of neck and back crunching stuff. The poor boys were pretty sea sick.
I just want to say thank you to ReefCI for letting me come on the island last minute and to everyone who was there, Ariel, Ann, Rich & Lizzie, Rick & Maria, Don, Hayley, Noah & Mani and all the staff. It was a genuine pleasure meeting you all. ...
... it, which was fine by us! I have run out of contact lenses so star gazing wasn’t so easy tonight as they were all just a bit of a blur! I downloaded a star watching app on my ipod so we could figure out what we were looking at as neither of us really has any idea, but annoyingly I couldn’t get it to work so we are still none the wiser. If anyone knows what the decent app is called, and I know there is one, let me know please! A pretty uneventful but nonetheless lovely ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet