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... to pay our departure fee of 37.50 Belize (18.75 usd) and then to the Guatemalan border where we were asked to pay 20 Quetzals (2.50 usd). Apparently this is some sort of made up fee and you can avoid it by asking for a receipt. I just paid and continued on my way. After another two hours we stopped at a junction in the road and all the passengers for El Ramate, Guatemala had to get out and continue on foot. I was the only one. On the 2km walk to ...
... one of the ocelots, so i made sure i grabbed a warden and told him and made it very clear in my very best Spanish that i was worried it was stressed and would they do something about it? no idea why it's stressed, or what they can do about it, but at least i raised the issue.
Anyway, hope you enjoy the photos, i loved the big cats best of ...
... was played with a ball made out of solid rubber weighing 9 pounds, so you can appreciate that an aerial game was not in the Mayan coaching manual. Sadly when FIFA introduced the standard 15 ounce ball it was clear that the Mayans were on the way out since the opposition usually had a Tommy Lawton or Peter Crouch in the squad. Adapt or die is the key….it happened to the dinosaurs, to the dodos, and latterly to the snow leopard and it is a ...
... Language: English
Life Expectancy: 68.28 years
Currency: (£1 = 3.09 BZD)
GDP Per Capita: £5490.16
Size: 22,966 sq km or 8,867 sq mi
Major Religion(s): Christianity
Government: Parliamentary Democracy
Head of State: Prime Minister Dean Oliver Barrow
Suffrage: 18 years old
Border Countries: Mexico & Guatemala
Climate: Tropical; very hot and humid; rainy ...
... who turned out to be a drug dealer. All those lessons of hearing about drunk foreigners out at stupid hours, speaking to the wrong people hadn’t washed evidently. My recall of that the next morning was met with sheer horror. Anyway, we’re okay.
Again, the time we spent on Caye Caulker went something like: get some sunshine, take a dip in the pool, walk into town for a burrito. The town was kind of void of a beach, so unless your accommodation had a pool, ...