Un Cachito de la vida

Un Cachito

Un Cachito de la vida - A little piece of Cameron's life

I recently spent a week in North Central America; specifically Belize and Guatemala. I got back some 8 days ago, but have delayed posting until I can get pictures up. I now admit to myself however that it may be years before I get the pictures up, so I might as well post something now and then some day in the future, I can post some pics. I say years, because if you've been to my home page, you've seen that the photo gallery has been indefinitely under construction.Anyway, the quicky version of the itinerary is this:

Overall it was pretty fun, though tiring.Some observations about the countries:


You will see up above that I had some credit card problems while down in Belize. I ended up having a new card/number issued and thought that was the end of that. However, thanks to the global nature of the Internet, this blog entry was recently discovered by those who took care of me in Belize and naturally had some concern. We're currently working to see what may have happened, but in case I misled someone to believe that the Lamanai Riverside Resort was at all to blame, I'll mention that they were great to work with. They were personable and accommodating and I would recommend them to others. Plus, as my experience today shows, they are concerned for the welfare of their clients as well.

Posted by charr at 3:53 PM

Reader Comments

You may be interested in using flickr.com for your pictures. It's free (unless you want to increase the monthly bandwidth allowance) and quite convenient to upload.Sounds like a great trip (except for the credit card fiasco). Any potential long term results from the many conversations with girls?

Posted by dan at August 23, 2006 7:53 AM

Having a medium to post the pictures actually isn't the problem - I have gallery2 going fine. The problem is my laziness, or more precisely, my lack of desire to spend the time to organize and post the pictures. I've been thinking about taking a day or two off work and working on it, but I can't seem to find time to take off work.As for the girls, no. The Brits were fun to hang around, but I'll not be seeing them again barring some amazing coincidence. Had I been looking for something with the girls in Guatemala, I probably could have got it, i.e. bring one back to the States, but that was in no way my intention. Part of the fun of a vacation is that you can just relax and not worry too much about consequences (for certain actions at least). However, if I ever do find a "long term result" I'll be sure to let you know :).

Posted by Cameron at August 23, 2006 8:25 AM

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