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tacogirl.com island blog, San Pedro, Belize

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A great ride - Extreme Adventures Belize

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6:00 am Saturday morning and I am back at my labels again - I have to get them done asap as we are off to parasail this afternoon. It's been a great ride a good ride on blogger but I have outgrown being here and I am ready to let it go put my attention on the next level. My transition is almost complete and tomorrow is my last blogger post. 8:02 am still on second page of editing 300 posts. Been at this a solid 2 h so far and almost done. Will break before the last 300 and team up with Paul on revamping my amazon store before he goes to his morning meeting. 9:30 am - still glued to my chair got slowed down by a power out - finally finished second section of work - 300 posts left to go through - and a big sigh of relief when it is over. I wish I could fast forward to this afternoon and all our work be done ha ha - I am definitly ready to float in the sky right about now. 12:16pm I made it up to 2009 and am pushing the envelope for time. Got to get to town by 12:45. More later

On the move towards tacogirl.com

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I have been working hard and moving fast towards launching tacogirl.com Thanks to Alissa's guests posts on Cayo the past 2 days - I have been able to immerse myself in wordpress and and get familiar. I found once I started it was pretty easy although I know I have just touched the surface. I also found a good wordpress tutorial site - that walks you through some very useful stuff. Really getting a better feel for twitter and how I can use it to help market my blog. I just saw @tacogirl on right hand side of twitter and realized that not only do I know how to reply direct to a tweet by moving cursor to right of tweet to bring up direct reply arrow - now I can see peoples replies or who has sent direct messages to me that I may have missed. More to come I have so many things on my plate right now and the first one needs to be food ha ha. This afternoon I am tackling something on my blog list that has needed to be done for a while but was never quite the right timing - red

San Ignacio - part 2

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San Ignacio - part 2 by Alissa Reid The bus comes to a complete stop in Santa Elena, the sister city to San Ignacio. They are separated by a wooden bridge large enough for one vehicle to cross suspended above the Macaw River. Between both cities, the population is around 16,000 people. The city looks worn and dirty compared to the countryside. We stop in the middle of the road. People start jumping out the back of the bus and the ticket agent with the gold fillings walks out the front of the bus. We wait. The bus driver honks the horn and everyone comes running, jumping back onto the bus with styrofoam containers filled with BBQ chicken and rice and beans, the Belizean staple food. It smells incredible. We are then dropped off in the middle of town square, where the local fruit and vegetable markets are held. We are told to jump out the back emergency exit and I hold my breath until a man hands our big back packs down to us with a smile. We made it! As we start to try to close the