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"Welcome to Africa," a man said as we piled off the boat from Rio Dulce and entered Livingston, a Guatemalan town known for it's Garifuna culture. But, you wouldn't really know it unless you were told. The town is comprised, mostly, of two touristy streets with a couple of empty restaurants offering overpriced seafood (though my tapado - a local coconut-based seafood soup - was amazingly delicious and contained a whole fish, a crab, several shrimp, and somethings in shells) and no real culture to take in at all. While watching a Mother's Day event (they seem to go very...