We met them at Ambergris Brewing Company on "leap day", February 29th. I'd noted that Ambergris Brewing had posted on Facebook in the morning that if you said "leap year" when you came in, you got specials on rum drinks or beer all day long. So, our rum drinks were only $4 BZD ($2 US) apiece, a great deal. We were the only folks there on this late afternoon, but that was fine with us. We had an easy, fun conversation, answered Rick and Terese's questions, and made a few recommendations.
We were having so much fun talking we hardly noticed that it was getting dark and an ominous cloud was approaching from the northeast. We quickly said our goodbyes, and Barry and I put our beach bikes into overdrive as we peddled the two miles north to our condo at breakneck place (or as close as you can get to it on beach bikes on an unpaved road). We almost made it before the rain hit, but did get a little wet right at the end of the ride. And this just after I'd told Terese that they probably wouldn't see any rain for their entire visit! Turns out, it didn't last long and was mostly north anyway; they just got some "spitting" where they were in town.
We saw Terese again walking to the post office as we did our errands by bike on Friday morning, thus proving, you really do see people you know everywhere. She said that she was already starting to notice the same with a few folks they'd met since arriving in San Pedro. It's just that kind of a place -- a perfect place to make new friends!