Finca Beach House and Cabana
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> We later returned to our hostel to relax for a while, before taking a venture about for supplies in the shops. It is very strange that any convenience stores in Belize seem to be owned and run by Chinese. There is not a great selection as only small shops but we did manage to stock up on essentials. Needing to flee the relentless heat again, we took shelter back at the shade of our ...
... meal the hotel staff brought out a huge chocolate cake. The candles on top were already melting in the heat and the sea breeze made them impossible to light. However, our waiter persevered for the next 10 minutes with everyone else sheltering him. In the end I just had to pretend to blow my candles out and make a wish.
We spent the next couple of days lounging around the pool and living the life of luxury as we knew we'd ...
... quite a bit. The part on the meeting when they interviewed pioneers was very encouraging. The sister interviewed truly loves teaching people about Jehovah and feels that the greatest joy comes from seeing the expressions on people's faces when they finally learn the truth. Wednesday was another day for service. There was a large group out, and Lindsey and I split up. A brother and I had some very interesting conversations with a mildly radicalized Muslim (he talked about how ...
... one out in the ocean) and decided on a whim to stop and check it out. Turns out, they offer cave tubing and so we decided we might as well try it! Neko was our guide and he took us (with our tubes) down into the caves. Just the climb down was breathtaking! He gave us our headlamps and after about a 10 minute walk, we went into the river. The Mayans believed that the caves were the entrance to the underworld, so they performed a lot of ceremonies ...
... time and date was written. This we had to hand in on arrival at the
ruins site where the guards would check our arrival time there to make sure we had not exceeded the 45 kms/hr speed limit which they strictly enforce for the sake of the animals in the park that might cross the access road! Quite a neat idea except that you could speed along and then before arriving at the ruins and out of sight of the guards stop on the road for the required time…..
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