Yesterday we had to go to Belmopan for some errands. While there, we popped into the Scotia Bank to make a deposit to one of our client’s accounts. As a blogger, I’m always “on the job,” so I snapped this photo as we were getting in our car ready to leave the parking lot.
All of the sudden, the security guard from inside the bank came running out, yelling at me, “Hey, hey!!” I just gave him my dumb look, got in the car, and drove off. He didn’t attempt to come after me or anything, but I half wondered if my camera might be confiscated.
Some months back, I had tried to snap a photo of the horrendously long line in Belize Bank so you guys could see it, and the security guard quickly stopped me then too. I guess they think I’m a bank robber casing the joint.
After our errands, we were starved, so we headed over to the “new” location for the “old” Wing Stop Restaurant.
We like their set up here much better (near the Atlantic Bank and Garden City area). The old place had a giant wall in front, and you couldn’t even tell what you were walking into, if the place was open or closed, or crowded or not. Here you can immediately assess the situation and sit outside and watch the traffic and pedestrians go by.
At Wing Stop, they have many different flavors of wings. Unable to pick just one, we opted for an 18-piece order ($22.50 bze or $11.25 usd), and ordered six each of the Garlic Parmesan, Garlic Jalapeño, and my personal favorite, Spicy Mango flavors. We also got a small side of fries for $3 bze ($1.50 usd).
We dug right in, and washed it all back with a beer. While we were eating, a huge rain storm broke out, so we were glad to be in the protection of the outdoor patio.
We still can’t believe we ate the whole thing! So good though!
My only complaint about this place is their bathrooms. Absolutely disgusting. Management – if you are reading this, you really should be ashamed of yourself for making people on a full stomach walk in and see that! I almost hurled my food back up.
Do you think the way a restaurant’s bathroom looks can be a sign of the restaurant’s overall cleanliness?