Bullet Tree Riverside Cabanas
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... rum that they made themselves to put in mixed drinks. It started to pour and afterwards one of the servers was trying to put one of the umbrellas down and dumped the whole thing on himself. Then Judith told us it was time to call for the "sex wagon", then was embarrassed and said, "oh goodness, that just came out!" Andrew drove us back to the Aguada with Diane laying lapside again. We are off to bed and we are going to some new schools tomorrow to repeat the ...
... for sale and plenty of Rastafarian looking dudes who say 'yeah mun' alot! It's what I would imagine Jamaica to look and feel like. Unfortunately San Ignacio is probably not the prettiest place to stop off at, but apparently the number 1 activity to do in Belize is here so we hopped off our lovely, cool van into the sweltering heat ☀️. Having being pretty excited to meet some Maltese tourists (our first ever!) we went on the hunt with them for a good deal on ...
... in with the babies a couple of times today with me. They were all really sleepy so we're really well behaved! Hopefully she will be able to help with feeds and stuff while I'm in Caye Caulker in a few days.
Paul and Zoe have been away all day, so there was no ben feed tonight. We made pancakes for dinner (I'm just embracing the all carb diet now), which were awesome and great fun. ...
... hammocks, woodworking, clothes, toiletries, snacks, ice cream made from corn instead of milk/cream and extremely sweet pastries. After walking around the market we did a brief scavenger hunt in downtown San Ignacio followed by lunch at Rolston's mexican restaurant. The restaurant was on a small hill overlooking San Ignacio and had a fantastic breeze. The food was delicious and we all loaded up on fluids ...
... of this time and time again without headlamps or the comfort of Teva or Keen water sandals. All they had was torches (i.e. fire at the end of a stick) and bare feet, and apparently an incredible sense of direction.
Once we were in the deepest darkest depths of the caves we started encountering the first Mayan artifacts, including pieces of pottery and scattered collections of human remains. Skulls and other bones were entombed in the hard clay of the cave bottom, in some ...