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... at the table (mostly). There was one couple, Jane and Burton, who were a cross between snooty, know-it-ally, and he tended to monopolize the conversation - but the other folks were fun and interesting. I had a couple of cups of real coffee because after dinner we're going upstairs to "Movies Under the Stars" for the 10pm show.
So, after dinner we change into more casual clothes, head to the top of the ship to grab lounge chairs and popcorn (yes, I know we just had ...
... an Adidas track suit and take the plasma HDR TV and entertainment centre out the cupboard as soon as the tourist bus pulls away. This is something I've always liked but was thinking how vouyeristic this previously normal travel pastime is. Can you imagine if these native peoples came to Europe and wanted to observe our authentic way of living? Mass herds of tourist busses driving around our council estates, taking constant photos of absolutely ...
... pictures of our tubing!!
By the time we're done with the tubing, it was past 1pm. We were then taken to the eating place of this tubing company (cavetubing.bz) and they fed us lunch. Local food - chicken, black bean rice, and some cole slaw. Simple but tasty. But very little meat.
After lunch, we headed back. Before we reached the pier, rain started pouring down again. We were very lucky to have enjoyed the tubing in very nice weather - sunshine and not too too hot.
... the cave entrance. Our guide spent this time telling us how he’s like the Ray Lewis of darts and almost went pro, but I was just so focused on the fact that Ray Lewis killed someone so I missed the point his stories. Anyway about 100 yards into the walk you come up to the first of three rivers with chest-high water to cross by holding onto a rope and pulling ...
... represent 21% of the population; 6% of the Belizean population is Garifuna.
The official language is English, but Spanish, Creole, three Maya languages, Garifuna, German and Mandarin are also widely spoken.
Belize comprises more than 200 islands (cayes) and there is also the longest barrier reef of the Western Hemisphere. Since Belize is quite an expensive country we decided to explore only one of its paradisal islands which is said to be a ...