Long Caye Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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As soon as the bus dropped me off, I started to walk around on the path of the lake. It was beautiful. The scenery was outstanding. I got to take some awesome pictures today. I noticed there was a small canoe on the side of the lake, so I hopped in, and started paddling. I have to tell you, I have never been in a lake that was so calm. It was perfect weather too. No rain, just a slight breeze ...
... have a rickety boardwalk out to our hut on stilts in the sea. The water below us is shallow and calm, protected by a reef about 100m away, allowing us to spot fish and such right from our deck. The waves breaking on the nearby reef provide one of natures best soundtracks. We have a large decked area at the back of our cabin which is very private, has 2 chairs, and offers us incredible views out to the reefs, breaking waves, and back to the palm tree drenched ...
... a great deal of their environment in the location of their campus to keep their operations sustainable. They use rain water a lot, and boilers, have their own water treatment facility on site, the bricks in their sidewalk allow water to flow down to the natural water table, and they install translucent ceilings in the buildings in order to take more advantage of natural lighting.
... piece of knickers once. Maybe with a cooler temperature, I could push it to two days - three if no one gets close (and I shower). No one tells you these things, but I'll have to get my clothes cleaned at least once a week if I want to travel light. Thanks for the heads-up, Internet...NOT.
Oh, nail clippers. Got to buy one. Nails grow quite a lot in one week and long ones don't look too nice on a man such as myself. Once again, this is the ...
“What's up?" [asked Ford.]"I don't know," said Marvin, "I've never been there.” - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
So I decided to take a few days off and head up to São José dos Campos, where I would do a test to see how well I can survive with as little as possible. Instead of hostels, I'd try out first staying at a friends place - I've only met her online, but it should give me a preview of how it is to ...