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Today we did the coolest thing both Anthony and I have ever done. Benedict was the guy that set us up on the tour. Let me explain Benedict. He is probably a 40 year old Jamaican guy who says "peace and love yo" at the end of every sentence. He told me that he has "eleven-teen" girlfriends and has sex with all of them! He asked me to be his "twelveth-teen" girlfriend but I politely declined and said that ...
... and the coral is very beat up.
I'm not enjoying myself like I should be because I put sunscreen on my face and the water has washed it into my eyes. My eyes are burning badly and I can hardly keep them open. I take off my mask and snorkel 2, 3 times to wash the sunscreen off my face with salt water but there isn't a lot I can do to rinse my eyes. Between that and the roughness of the water, I feel myself getting a little panicky...so I just take a couple of ...
... elf carrying bowling pins down the centre of the motorway in the middle of nowhere. Someone in a dog outfit dancing outside a pharmacy. I've also been reading the Guatemalans national newspaper recently. All it consists of is murder, almost every segment of every page there is some graphic photo of a murder victim. Does anything else happen in Guatemala? Does it's sports teams win anything or did anything positive happen? Not according to the newspaper. I ...
... So called because on each side of the temple were large mask of a Mayan King surrounded by Mayan glyphs (the Glyphs like Egyptian hieroglyphs were the writings of the civilization). Unlike the Mayans Books these writings remain and has provided us with much of the knowledge we have of the ancient Mayans. Natasha decided that she would climb this temple and lookout over the jungle clad city of Lamania.
As our journey was ending and the day moving in to the ...
... walk out of my room for breakfast and find the room bill, even though I now officially begin the tour and won't be leaving until the next day. Another conversation with the desk clerk. Thinking that it was all taken care of, I work through the photos from yesterday on my Mac Air and post some to Facebook. Then down to the pool for some hard work laying in the shade, sipping a Belize Breeze (not quite sure what's in there, but it's good) and reading from my Kindle. Lunch ...