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I checked into my new hostel in the morning, before going off to explore. The island is small, and you can walk the length of the main strip in maybe fifteen minutes. There is one primary road north to south, that follow the eastern shore. Other roads break off at right angles. Further towards the south where the island widdens a few more roads run in parallel. They are all made of ...
... down to Belize City took the best part of four hours. There are no fast roads in Belize and it would stop, frequently, on request to pick up or drop off people. It had a conductor and he helped people on and off with their bags,lawnmowers, televisions or whatever else they were carrying, and he collected the fares, he doesn't issue tickets but he clearly has a very good memory for faces given the number of people getting on and off, remembering who has ...
... twice. We jumped back into the golf cart in a panic and I was trying to start it up and had my foot pressed against the floor but it wasn't moving. Finally realised it was still in neutral and I floored it out of there. The lads said that when they turned the corner all they saw was the head of a crocodile popping out of the water staring at them. They said he was a big one as well like those massive ones you see on National ...
... by the light of head torches. You know when you’re driving in the snow and all you can see is swirling white particles coming toward you? Well that’s what it looked like in front of the headlamp… but it was bugs! Mental. You couldn’t feel them though, it was bizarre. We walked for about 30 minutes into the jungle and up the tallest temple to sit and wait for the sunrise.
I had been so excited about watching the sun rise over the jungle. But it was ...
... look like a half-sheared sheep, still with measles.
FRIDAY 20th Feb
Plan to snorkel today thwarted by high winds. No boats going out. Walked around the island again. Did some dog walking for the local sanctuary
NB, Seems that by Wednesday, I have somehow acquired a reputation for leading people astray. I'm really not at all sure how this has happened. I think the Danes were more than capable of that themselves.
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