Clarissa Falls Resort
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After traveling for a week I am finally at my most intended destination and with my friends. I had a pretty slow day unpacking and organizing my stuff. Marta did my laundry while we visited last night. It feels so good to have all my clothes clean. I got to have my beloved "beans and coconut rice with stew chicken" today for lunch. It should be the …
... what else was in the water, but I really tried not to think about it. Finally, we climbed up some more rocks into an area where we had to take our shoes off. We spent the next hour in a museum in the cave. This wasn't like any other museum we had been to. All of the artifacts were left where they had been found and were right in front of us. Nothing was labeled or protected - everything was just right there. This is where evidence of Mayan life hundreds and hundreds of ...
... Tunichil Muknal (ATM) I will be heading back to the border to the Poustinia Land Art Park.
Day 2: Poustinia Land Art Park and ATM
Today we have decided to separate… for a couple of hours, so today’s blog will be a combo of me and Hinesh.
Poustinia Land Art Park
I found this in the Lonely Planet and was keen to see what land art meant in Belize. The locals here in San Ignacio have not heard of the place so I have ...
... s always one...you'll see the photographic evidence. One little girl in Infant 1 (Kindergarten) came up to me, tapped me on the arm, and said, "Hello Miss! My name is Joanna Elizabeth Salazar and I spell words." She was very adorable, but maybe not the best speller. After centres, we walked downtown for lunch at a Sri Lankan restaurant. After lunch, we decided there was no point to head back to the school, since they would be practicing the flash mob again, so ...
Positives: 3 miles of cave exploration / knowledgeable guide, Hector / 5 hrs. of authentic adventure
Negative: bumpy ride to the site / it's a bit pricey ($85 pp) since you need to hire a guide and there are only a few people certified to do this... but it's well worth it / no cameras are allowed. included pix are from google
Our recommendation: A must see - once in a lifetime experience. Totally impressed! Mind ...