Friday, March 30, 2007

Yep, it really does look like this ...

Exactly like this.

Alas, I do not really have time to completely update you on my too-short 3 day trip to Belize. I did not take this picture, but it really does look exactly like this. I will post some of my own pictures soon. I mean, seriously. But not until after Easter. My bestest friend, Ingela, arrives tomorrow to spend Semana Santa with me, and I am beside myself in excitement. Not only will I get to spend time with the wonderful person she is, she is bringing about an entire suitcase full of goodies. Woohoo! Here are some quick bullet points to tell you just HOW fabulous my trip to Belize was.

1. I met a fabulous older couple in the Ceiba airport who manages condos, and got to stay in a condo in San Pedro (that normally go for $150/night or so), absolutely free.
2. If that isn't enough to make a girl happy, they also got me 20% off my flight from the Belize International Airport to Ambergris Caye (San Pedro). Believe it or not, even without the discount they got for me, it would have been cheaper for me to fly anyway, since taxis to the city cost an outrageous $35 each way, plus the $20 for the water taxi to the island. That's not even mentioning the time and stress I saved myself.
3. I got to relax. I didn't have to do anything except relax. I went snorkeling. Laid in the sun. Laid in the hammock. Read a wonderful book. Took myself out to a nice Mexican place for dinner. Had eggs, and toast, and hashbrowns, and bacon (my favorite breakfast) for the first time since I came to Honduras. It was wonderful.
4. My stress from the past few weeks at school, being sick, not hearing from Saul in 2 weeks (what is with that anyway?), all of it just melted away by Thursday morning (I got there Wednesday afternoon).

About Saul, I would like to talk to him (I have called and sent texts, I just haven't heard anything from him in return), and I really want to know what the hell is going on, but I'm not stressing about it anymore, and well, if I don't talk to him - Life moves on. What kind of guy doesn't call for 2 weeks anyway?

I will post pictures soon. I'm going to get something to eat now, I believe. I will probably not be around all of Semana Santa (not that it's a terribly large surprise to any of you), but I promise to bombard you with posts afterwards.


Anonymous said...


As sad as it is to say, he's just not into you. Leave him alone, and relax. God has someone better in store for you.

Jill said...

Honduran men can be very stress-inspiring and confusing, trust me. Best to be cautious.

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La Gringa said...

It sounds like a wonderful trip. And when you get back you have a vacation to look forward to. What a life!

Katrina said...

You're probably right, but if you are just going to post as anonymous, I'm not really going to be taking anything you say to heart.

And, for the record, I don't post things here looking for validation. (And I have been leaving him alone considering I haven't felt the need to try and call him or anything in over a week.)

So thanks for your comments, even though I wasn't really looking for anyone else's opinions, and next time sign in and put a name to condescending comments.

Mama Sprout said...

I want to go to Belize alone! That looks heavenly. Traveling alone is one of the best most relaxing ways to travel- don't you agree?

About are strong and have the right attitude!

Have tons of fun with your girlfriend!!