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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we woke up quite early as we wanted to be at the children's home for devotions. Found a large spider in our room today, which Elbert promptly killed. Lee (owner of the lodge) said it was a wolf spider. Also found a little gecko in our room, which I MUCH prefer over spiders. We went to the children's home/orphanage and had a really nice conversation with a young man named Ben. He is a staff member here now and from Colorado. ...
... up. We had left an Uncle Tom;s bumper sticker there on a previous trip so we know who we are. Very nice women but kind of crazy in a good way. She got us a room again at the St Charles and we went and put our stuff away. First I dropped off my wet clothes at the laundry. While I was napping Tom went for a walk and was asked if he would like ...
... and my handsome husband is taking a nap. We are looking forward to spending our first Christmas and New Year as husband and wife!
Thank you for reading, encouraging, giving, and praying! We love you and miss you! Stay warm, drink hot cocoa, and we hope you all had a Merry Christmas! Let's not forget the reason we celebrate Christmas...the birth of Jesus!
Justin and Jenna
... find the bus station. So turns out the bus station was only a four block walk, and this town that I thought was just a big boring port had some very quirky people and stores. After taking a few photos I headed back to the main road to find something to eat and it hit me. I am alone, I am alone again. A solo traveler again for the first time in 3 weeks. Wow a weird feeling but also exciting. I found a nice restaurant and ordered grilled chicken, mash potato and coleslaw which ...
... smaller one in Cuba). But kayaking in a 2 person kayak for 3h on still water really broke my back.
Next stop is Livingston, a largely Garífuna town and only attainable by boat in Bahía de Amatique. The Garífuna people are descendants of Africans brought to the New World as slaves by England. They trace their roots back to the Honduran island of Roatán, where they were forcely settled by the British after the Garífuna revolt on ...