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Travel Blogs from Belize City
We left Hatchet Caye with totally calm seas so the boat ride was as smooth as can be. The day was super hot and humid so the trip to the airport and even in the plane was tough. We once again flew on the tiny airplane (I knew it was the same plane because of the stip of staples holding together a tear in the upholstry. I think my brither-in-law, …
... in Cambodia having to come down on my **** because the steps were so steep. Then we trek through the jungle to the mask temple, pretty impressive. Also lots of monkeys around and a white nosed Cooti. Heading back one of the guides said he saw a Jaguar print but I think he was pulling our leg. Great day, got rained on on the way back but we were prepared so no prob. Last tender back to the ship and set sail for Roatan.
Another beautiful day on this island paradise, we headed down to the split in the morning. This is a small gap in the island dividing it into two pieces. I had a snorkel around, spotting lots more fish and also a HUGE starfish on the bottom. Probably a record breaking size, I didn't realise they could get that big!
We chilled here for a while but it gets bloody hot pretty quickly so went for ...
... man. Belize has one of the healthiest populations in Central America as they are protected from poachers there.
We visited April the Tapir, Runt the Toucan and Happy the Owl. We also saw howler monkeys, an otter, a crocodile, an ocelot and a Gibnut, also called a Paca. I saw one of these nocturnal rodents in Tikal park on the walk after the sunset tour. It was still dusk so ...
poisoning the Mayan mind, and the medical properties of a few. It took about an
hour (we went via two dry caves) till we arrived at the first of the
underground rivers. The Malak river was a bright stripe of turquoise out of the
sheer grey rocks on all sides, and apart
from the short stretch open to the jungle, it tapered off into pitch dark as it
swept underground into the caves. So into our rings we hopped and were washed