“Hopkins is a small but vibrant community of approximately 1,000 villagers. The people live mostly by farming and fishing, and more recently many have found work in the growing tourist industry. The residents are known for their friendliness and genuine hospitality, and welcome visitors to their village. Hopkins has a selection of gift shops, restaurants and small bars. Hopkins was recently voted “The Friendliest Village in Belize” by Belize First Magazine.”
Today would be a day of relaxing mostly indoors (rain!) and also getting a few errands/chores done.
I had a really good breakfast at the place across the street. I then walked around town to find a few things on my supplies list. After getting back to the hotel, I washed laundry the old school way; in a bucket by hand and then hung it out to dry.
I worked on the bike for a bit, reorganized my gear and researched the Guatemala border crossing. I had taken a few more photos but reformatted the SD card before I transferred them over 😡