Gran Hotel De La Isla
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... like Alan from Hangover (actually we're convinced the role is based on him), and after a few days calling him Alan, he even responded to it ��...so that made us the wolfpack. Flores is an island city in the middle of a lake. With a boat you can get to a house at the other side that has a monkey rope. The family living there was really lovely and we all almost got a heart attack ...
... s a team of archeologists from Pensylvannia worked on the Templo IV, a ceremonial temple, until the 70's when a local team was appointed. Sadly, many pieces of national treasure were lost as the artifacts brought back to the US for further work were never returned. Templo IV is also nicknamed Star Wars Temple as made a short feature in the film. Other temples also featured in Hollywood films including Mel Gibson's Apocalypse where it incorrectly depicted numerous sacrifices atop ...
... slides.. ouch a bit hard tho.
There is a cave system here you can visit but it was half flooded and some of the people went and checked it out. But i decided not to as you had to wear shoes and i didnt want to get my boots fully socked. As you swim through parts of it.
... boat back to Belize City at 1.30pm. Strange system here - you just show up with your open return ticket. No need to book. I was a little worried there may not be space (how can they know how many people will turn up?!). But all was fine. And we speeded back for 45 minutes back to the mainland. Back at the ferry terminal and I caught a taxi to the airport. It's rather expensive at $25 for a 30 minute journey. The taxi driver ...
... as it is positioned on the banks of a river, thus providing the best post-journey bath and refreshing swim. The waist deep river flows with a current strong enough to knock you off balance if you lose your footing on the rocks underneath. With the aid of a rope tied between the two banks of the river, you wade into the fresh waters and sink down submerging your whole body, whilst still holding onto the rope. The effect being that your feet are swept up and your body is laid ...