Three Iguanas Villa
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Thursday we had no tours planned so we just chilled. We got some laundry done in the morning and then wandered into town. Still raining intermittently but we managed to dodge the showers. Carol has developed an ear infection so we went to a little pharmacy in town and got some ear drops. Good thing the pharmacist knew what she was doing because the packaging ...
Some of the places we frequented were Ms Goodies (for sweets) which is located on the famous narrow sidewalk, Omars, Barefoot Grill, Dawns Grill & Go, and The Shak which has amazing simple food & shakes.
Days where we wanted to do something adventurous, we rented a car from Barefoot Rentals and took day trips to nearby places like Bocawina National Park. They have ...
... a very sacred place for the Mayan Indians and it was so quiet besides the constant noise of the water carrying us down back into daylight and the life of the jungle; I began to relax and really enjoy the ride. There weren't bats the whole time, we went through patches of screeching bats but to my surprise I didn't seem to be bothered by them! We really enjoyed our time Cave Tubing, it turned into a very fun experience and a neat way too 'see' part of Belize by headlamps! ...
... and probably the nicest place we had stayed to date.
The night was made even better when we treated ourselves to a more exp than normal meal and it was worth every penny.
Placencia has very little doing.
fantastic board walk has been installed the full length of town along
the sands. There are hotels , restaurants and bars either side of the
walk way the whole way down the stripe, but no typical tourist town feel.
A little ...
... get the sense of the scriptures especially when using the pictures to help. (Thanks Debbie M for emailing us that kingdom ministry...it was a huge help!) Once at the farms Lindsey and I split up. I went on 3 different studies and got to see a wide variety of students and the problems in this territory. Extreme poverty and lack of education are big obstacles, as is just trying to survive and the long work hours needed to do so. It was really nice to see ...