Los Porticos Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... all in Spanish! Her brain hurt by the end but we both felt extremely privileged and excited to have been able to help people learn about Jehovah. Monday was a day of packing, the beach, and beach volleyball with friends. Then in the evening some amazing brothers and sisters had a going away party for us. We ate so much delicious food we could barely walk! Everyone was so nice here in Placencia. We are really going to miss everyone till we come ...
... has a hard time walking. Then we hitchhiked in the back of a pickup truck back to Placencia. The crazy driver passed 3 vehicles while going around a corner...a little scary but we made it home safe :) It was a scorcher today!!! Tomorrow Derrick has a talk about an hour and a half away. We are going to go with him, and then on the way back stop at the banana farms for service. There are a large number of Spanish speakers there so Lindsey will be busy! Hope all is well in CT ...
met two lovely girls from Bristol named Rose and Lucy who i later met again in other places and other countries. Also bumped into Gaston the French sailor again at a Garifuna drumming night! watched the locals try to sexy dance (grinding) with the ladies, kept well away from all that thankyou, so don't like it, but did accept free drinks from some other locals. Got given a lift home with ...
... guest houses (like ours) and shops all along it.The area is a little like Key West would have probably been 25 years ago - starting to get touristy but there are still a lot of local homes and businesses as well. I'm not sure how long it will last - they're building a huge pier at the end of the town. I'm guessing there will be small cruise ships here before too long. After dinner, we headed back to our cabin only to discover that the nightlife in ...
... other visitors it being off season for the ruins, so we had many of the building complexes at Tikal all to ourselves. Listening to the
birds in the trees we tried to speculate on what Tikal must have been like in its heyday some 1500 years ago and to have been there whilst they were building its very different and often massive structures. One of them alone took over 100 years to complete. Taking an average life expectancy in those times of say 35 years into account that equates ...