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The last couple of weeks of travel had been rough. Sam and I both came down with knock out head colds, I was robbed, and the Guatemalan tourist traps were wearing us out. But arriving in Belize was just what we needed. Belize, in a word, is peaceful. The whole country only has a population of 300,000 or so, giving even the "big cities" a small town feel. Everybody stops to say hello, everyone is friendly and helpful, ...
... to the Spanish convention at the end of the month. Then we biked back and I treated myself to an iced coffee drink. As usual after lunch we played volleyball and then to Roger's for conch ceviche and conch soup. Both were very good. Pad Thai made a full recovery. He was running and jumping all over today. Another enjoyable day. Back at it ...
... in Spanish. Sat at Eva's and had another bowl of their great lime soup and made good use of their wifi for the afternoon. Then we got some of their tasty chicken curry to take home for dinner and caught at cab home. Friday was travel day. We had a 5:10 pm flight to Placencia, so we got up late and slowly got ourselves organised, wandered just up to the ...
... watch the fire works across the Bight (Commerce Bight is the name of the bay we are on) at Dangirga, and ring in the New Year together.
Here's to another wonderful, welcome 2014!!
Tomorrow we'll drive to Placencia... just to look around and increase our personal carbon footprint. Maybe our next trip here will involve a different destination... with some cash in our hands.
What were the latest 6/49 numbers anyway?
... some good life left in them; but to my dismay it was a fun adventure. To be without a light source in these caves is darkness that is indescribable. There is no way of the eyes adjusting to pure blackness.
We began the trek of hiking into the depths of this cave system in the mountains walking along the water and over stagamites that have fallen from the ceiling over the years and become calcified as they grow larger from the constant drip of water above them. Our ...