Hopkins Inn

Address: Hopkins, Belize | Hotel
 
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          Day 28: THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS

          A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 28, 2015

          ... a little out there! Fin and Vicki also gave us bit of a run around when we tried to leave the cage, so hopefully they are growing to like it. I carried Vicki on the way back and she proceeded to bite me the whole way! Bit of a conundrum given that I couldn't put her down.... it was fine though and I didn't drop her!

          The Ben feed tonight was really painless. There are fewer horrible things to do to him now that he's getting a bit better, so it's just a ...

          Heading to the BEACH!!

          A travel blog entry by jo.swenson on Jul 24, 2015

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          ... Despite the age of the building it seemed clean and the residents were engaged in some cleaning, games, and crafts. They were even digging a garden while we were there.
          The drive was interesting with rainforest and mountains....as well as being serenaded by an unusual version of Let it GO>, We also found a spot with unusual magnetic properties where are bus (and trailer) rolled backwards up a hill while it was in ...

          Day 14: THE PECKERY AND THE RACOON

          A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Jul 14, 2015

          ... rolled cutlets times, but luckily never actually ended up on his back. Poor Ben! Hopefully he will start eating soo so we won't have to do this to him anymore, although it's an incredible experience.
          The wave of new arrivals continued today with Alana and Susan,both Americans. I still have my own room while my roommates are tracking monkeys. It's a bit lonely but actually really nice as you are around lots of people all the time ...

          Three's not a crowd! (C)

          A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Dec 16, 2014

          1 comment, 18 photos

          Let me start by saying that I am laughing A LOT on this vacation. Mostly because M is with us and she loves to make fun of/at/with me. It's kinda nice to have a different perspective on things and it's been fun showing her the stuff we've already discovered on our first kick at this cat.

          I was pretty stressed before we left and had actually considered cancelling the trip. It would have been awful to do this as I know ...

          Culture, Nature. . . & a little Drumming

          A travel blog entry by carolrichardson on Dec 10, 2014

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          Sunday night . . . a 'pot luck' BBQ with Brian (owner of Latitude) and Scott. Then over to Frog's Point for music -- tonight it's an Italian C&W singer from Tombstone Texas . . . does a 'mean' Johnny Cash :-)


          Our real reason for coming to Hopkins -- Garifuna drum master Jabbar Lambey and drumming ...