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... can't sit still. So while I did manage to keep her in one place for five days she was starting to go stir crazy which meant it was time to go and see what else Belize has to offer. For me, if you have cold beer and a warm sea what more do you need? Phil and Mups x * the timer has run down. Quiz answers: 1. English 2. The UK 3. British Honduras 4. Belmopan 5. Cardiff (Belize's population is only 324,060 according to the last census. Cardiff's is ...
... I wanted to try the gibnut (we saw them at the zoo) but they didn’t have any. We tried Pilbil (pork stewed in a pit) which was delicious. When we got back we cooled down in the river, relaxed, drank some cocktails and were seated with a Swiss family for dinner.
On Thursday we managed to sleep in till 7am! We had a lazy breakfast and relaxed until we had to check out and go to the airstrip. Faced with the option of a 3-4 hour bus ride in the heat (and everyone back ...
... include ‘Slow down mon, you get speedin ticket’ and ‘You want some errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrb?’ Also the singing food vendor, even though he was that incomprehensible I couldn’t understand what he was actually selling.
4) Did the TEFL stuff – And annoyed every little restaurant in town by sitting there for about 4 hours on one coffee. One politely asked me to leave, so sat in another one and watched Scum get stuffed by Chelsea ...
... sharks bigger than us swimming around us!
We also saw huge green moray eels, massive grey groupers and countless colourful fish species. All the dive shops on Belize were running two-tank dive trips daily to the local reef (US$125).
By night, we dined at cheap Caribbean grills where we ate local specialties including grilled lobster, jerk chicken, coconut beans and rice and all served with deliciously spicy habanero salsa!
We both commented ...
... Chicken Drop" - a rather odd bit of entertainment where a scared chicken is placed in a netted square with bingo numbers written on the floor. The chicken is then cajoled until it poops on one of the numbers, and that number wins. There were a fair few drunk Americans thoroughly enjoying this, but viewing the occurrence once was enough for me. We got another delicious sorbet and headed back to bed, ready to leave the next morning - back to Mexico!