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It's always hard to start these entries in a way that not only let's you know what we are up to, but is also interesting for you to read. So I will skip through quickly. Morning in the hotel, free breakfast, uneventful flight, land in Belize airport with still no idea where we want to go first. I quickly learned, no one will hassle you when you ...
... we could smell the earthy, moist scent that you smell in tropical places. The air was warm and moist, and we were certain that we were in the Caribbean.
Our driver was named Cruz and he walked us over to the transportation van that we would be traveling to San Ignacio in. It had the air going, which we appreciated after the heat, so we piled in and headed out. Cruz explained that he was a student who was studying ...
... Belizean guy to lose his job because I just wanted a little income for a few short weeks so never returned. Incidentally, it’s probably the first and only job interview I’ll ever do in a vest and giant beard. The Belizean guy before me was fully suited and booted haha.
3) Laundry – The reason of having the interview in a vest was that I’d finally become sick of smelling like a soggy dog, so had sent all my clothes to some laundry place that cost ...
... religion, unsurprisingly given their reliance on the crop. In addition there was a profusion of greater or lesser gods, as well as deities more specifically linked to your city. The Diving God, for instance controls the movements of the sun over buildings (linked to equinoxes) or a Jaguar god looked after Caracol. The Maya did practise human sacrifice, both as a willing sacrifice (see Barton Creek entry) or unwilling (a priest would cut you open and remove your heart).
... in the early 80’s. The biologist who looked after the 17 animals realised they had become too tame to return to the wild, so she began the zoo. It contains animals native to Belize, both as permanent residents and as passing friends.
When the road bifurcated (La Democracia) I decided to move to the front seat for a better view as we joined the Western Highway, and after 1½ hours we arrived at the edge of Belmopan, the (newish) capital ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBachelor Inn Belize City
My stay was very comfortable and peaceful. I had booked for a single room and I got a room with 2 double beds, and the rooms in the apartment were huge. The facilities were clean and the atompshere was very welcoming. Courteous and efficient staff, especially the manager she is a hard worker who tries to keep all her guests happy. The housekeeper was friendly too, and check out time is at 11:00 am.
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