Clarissa Falls Resort
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- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Business Services
- Meal plan
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... This is becoming a pattern. We decided to go out for dinner because we might have to go to the Rotary meeting on Thursday so we headed to a restaurant Lynne recommended called the Guava Limb. We asked the office to call us a cab, and Andrew showed up in the party taxi again. Only this time 5 of us were going, so Diane had to lay across us in the backseat. The restaurant had a very cool atmosphere and the food and drinks were great but it was very slow. They ...
We caught a lovely air-conditioned shuttle to San Ignacio. As soon as we crossed the border into Belize we knew we were in a different place altogether. As an English speaking country it was music to our ears to hear 'welcome to Belize my friends' and then engage in conversation in our mother tongue. It will be a real treat to put our limited Spanish skills aside for awhile. With a real Caribbean feel to it, Belize is full of fresh fruit vendors , ...
... but puts weird strains on my back. I'm also paranoid about bashing their heads on one of the various perches.
Innie is still being incredibly friendly and sweet and Fin has calmed down a lot. Fin takes every opportunity to sleep on my lap. He makes the cutest purring noises and always wants me to stroke his face (if I ever stop he gently moves my hand back- adorable!).
... the entrance. After clamoring out the muddy, rocky bank on the far side within the cave entrance I stood shivering for a few minutes waiting for the rest of our group to make their way across. Thus began a 4-hour spelunking adventure, crawling through constricted, wet, rocky passages, swimming through narrow crevasses, scrambling over massive boulders, and climbing up unsteady ladders and over rock ledges through the inner workings of the cave. And just imagine the Mayan people ...
... a rather eye opening experience for me as I've only been in high-tech surgeries before. It was fascinating to see perfectly successful surgery done in such a basic and laid back environment. The Vet ( Isabelle) is originally from Germany and is the only wildlife specialist in Belize. She runs programs for vet students from around the world, so Annie's surgery was observed but a lot of (Un- scrubbed in) students. It was odd watching ...