Dangriga Town

May 23rd, 2006 by: cheyenne

We left the Time Machine at anchor in the Estero de Jaltepeque in order to travel overland to Playa del Carmen for my brother Sage’s wedding. It’s a lot alarming to just leave the boat (we haven’t spent one night off it since we left) but we have a local guy keeping an eye on it and well hopefully it will be just fine. We are mostly south of the hurricanes. “Hurricanes hardly ever happen in El Salvador, and never in May.” Except last year, in May. Sigh.

We crossed El Salvador, made a major detour to a brewpub in the middle of Honduras run by a guy from Oregon. Yes. A brewpub. With homemade beer. Even porter!!


We caught a boat from Puerto Cortez, Honduras across to Dangriga, Belize. We’re pretty stoked to be in Belize (and not just because we discovered the grocery store carries canned butter) and might have to detour back by on our way back from the wedding.

Cloud Forest in Honduras

Cloud forest, near the brewpub.

I’ll fill in the details in a future post when I have a keyboard that isn’t driving me batty with all the sticky keys.

One Comment on “Dangriga Town”

  1. Rodger says:

    To turn on StickyKeys
    StickyKeys is designed for people who have difficulty holding down two or more keys simultaneously. When a shortcut requires a key combination, such as CTRL+P, StickyKeys will enable you to press a modifier key (CTRL, ALT, or SHIFT), or the Windows logo key (), and have it remain active until another key is pressed.

    Or, you can drink sugary drinks while you type. Or eat candy.

    Have a nice drive.


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