Tomorrow I should cross into Guatemala. I don't expect problems. Everyone says its a very easy border.
Last night I stayed up all night trying to get some audiobooks working on my phone. I've listened to 5 books in the 13 days I've been in the saddle. It's one of my favorite aspects of this mode of transportation. I get shit occasionally from other cyclists who say its dangerous to ride with earphones. I agree sheepishly and then continue listening. It's worth the risk.
I'm excited about getting back to a Spanish speaking country. I keep hesitating here in Belize, accidentally opening with Spanish greetings and sometimes even speaking English with a Spanish accent (what?). I am more confident in my interactions when I can use my native language though.
I'm still debating whether or not I want to try catching a ride or just finish my ride and be late. I'm due to be there tomorrow but I still have a good 7 days of riding ahead of me. It's awkward to take a bus with a loaded bike as your carry-on. I'm thinking I might try for a few hours every day till I get good and tired and the trying to hitch a ride with a passing pick-up or something. I don't know, we'll see.