We had breakfast (ham and eggs, beans and fry jacks) with Patrick at a little local place called Martina's Kitchen. For three breakfasts and two Cokes it was only about $8 American, and it was good. We went home and worked some, then headed into town again.
|We had lunch at a cute little place called The Snack Shack. This place is ranked #3 on TripAdvisor.|
|Choose from unique tortilla flavors, and build your own burrito - very nice!|
|They looked the same on the outside, but Eric had a yellow ginger/curry tortilla with chicken, grilled veggies and grilled |
onions. Cara thinks she had the same tortilla (even though she ordered the coconut flavor) with grilled veggies, beans and
cheese. The burritos were very good. Cara also had a Soursop Slush, which was delightful.
|One of the many little grocery stores you find on about every other block.|
Late that afternoon we drove to the home of Victor, the Mayan security guard for the houses near our friends' in Hopkins. He lives about 20 minutes away in a small Mayan village, and we got to meet his whole family.