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Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve is the site of our adventure. We left our belongings in a locker, donned a helmet with light attached and a life jacket, and carried our inner tubes through the jungle to the Sibun River. The water is not TOO cold, and the water shoes we brought protected our feet against the rocky paths and river bottom. Our guide tied our eight inner tubes together and we entered total darkness of ...
... I chose this tour company was because we didn't need to carry our tubes to the starting point (which other tours had to do) and Junior kept reminding us of that fact. Our tubes were also built for comfort too, with a headrest and no bottom poking out.
We were glad to finally get started as the mosquitoes started to come out. I was expecting the water to be freezing but it was fine. Once he hitched us all together, our trip down the river began.
Even though ...
... and could not wait to leave both times; it has not changed. Belize City is not particularly attractive even though it is on the Caribbean and is not a very pleasant place due to problems with drug trafficking. Most visitors come to Belize for the diving and snorkeling so fly in and out of the city to the cays in the same day. We will be here just two nights in order to visit our last Mayan site, Lamanai.
... in this region is very good, as are the spirits and cocktails. Steer clear of wine though- it tastes like urine!
Belize is a fascinating country. It used to be a British colony until 1981 (so pretty late decolonisation-wise) previously being called British Honduras. Most people are Caribbean black but there are strong numbers of Mayans, Sri Lankans, and even Chinese. There are a number of languages people speak- English is the official one but ...
... used to visitors and will generally assist you if you get lost or need direction. A slightly elderly woman went out of her way to make sure that I got off one bus at the right stop and safely made the connection across a busy intersection to the other bus. And later in the week when I inquired about getting some fresh fish an officemate not only took me to the market but also helped me to navigate the very hectic open air dock ...