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... to give Mrs Mayan the 2 roses for Valentine's Day!
We stopped at the jaguar reserve for a picnic breakfast, then started an ascent to Ben's Bluff. We managed to do this in Ann Explore record time of 1hour, despite the fact that it was hot, humid and steeply uphill over roots and rocks. Amazing views from the top to the highest peak in Belize, and also across to Guatemala.
Had a discussion about moskitos, bot flies ...
... last shift with Chippa and Izzie. :( I made a great last one, playing with them to start with, lifted Chippa up by her hands up into the air and she shook her head in excitement. Then they all latched on to me and we watched one of the workers, Toro, climb satellite 3 to do some repairs. He climbed up the side as if he was a monkey! It wasn't too sad leaving them as I've had a great time working with them and leaving ...
... to Caye Caulker and with a rumour that a storm/cold front was coming so we spend most if the day and evening debating whether to go. Finally, we can to the conclusion we would go and hope for the best! As you never know, we could rearrange and it be just as bad weather, plus if we went after Wildtracks, that leaves less time to get to Panama. We thought we'd share the lift with some others who were leaving in the morning, this meant an earlier than necessary start. But a free ...
... 25 of our hike would be in water. We were picked up right on time by Emil, who we think is in his 30s and has been leading ATM tours for 13 years. He had a lady who would come along with us as she was in training, so it was basically a private tour. Since we're here in the off-season, the cave doesn't get too busy and Emil only does a couple of tours in a week compared to working every day during high season. We drove about 35 minutes on the main road and then another 35 minutes ...
... go. I had to sit in the trunk again, and Marie did too, because two people came to pick us up... I guess math is hard for some of us. Then, they decided it would be a good idea to stop at a print shop to photocopy something. There is no AC in the trunk (shocking, I know), so we asked them to open the door, but they left the van running, so we had a close encounter with death by carbon monoxide, but luckily, Marie was feeling annoyed, and went in and told them ...