A much-needed catchup day, where I did very little of note, and recharged the ol' batteries. The Iguana is a comfy place, indeed, and I can see why people stay here longer than expected. Livingston is also not as seedy-sketchy as I'd thought it would be... or maybe I've just not seen the bad parts of town. Which is fine with me!
It is hot & humid as a MFer around here, and there is some talk of the hurricane coming through. Looks like it will bypass us and go north to Belize or Mexico. A bit of rain wouldn't be so bad, though.
A whole new crop of people came in this afternoon, and I met some cool folks who will also be going on to Honduras from here: Matt & Helen (a couple from Brisbane), and Evan (a Canadian by way of the UK). They seem like good peeps and I'm happy to have some companions on the next leg of my journey. We bonded over some drinking games that night at the Iguana. One was a strange game Rory taught us (G'day Bruce! Say g'day to Bruce, Bruce!). The other was the old standby animal-sounds-and-gestures game, but Matt put a new twist on it by finding a great cow gesture. Moooooooo!
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