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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for me, should you ever get a day free, have Internet access, accidentally stumble upon my travel blog). There was a lot of complaints about the trip from everyone else but I thought it was good. However I was pleased to get back to land as we were allotted 1l bottle to scrub down on deck with a day so after a week of not really washing I was stinking. Then when bathing in the river I seen a poo in there which was just ...
... and showed that there were no rocks under the cliff I had been eyeballing earlier. Away I went jumping off while Alex shot video. So much fun. We returned to the animal farm (by getting picked up on the side of the road by a nice couple we met at the cliff) and explored further finding the cocoa crops and the pineapples. We finished off the evening with a game of 301 which Alex one, a bad movie, and good conversation with the owners Kevin and ...
... was. Elbert tried the Belizean chicken stew and said it was one of the worst meals he's ever had. Good to try it though! Can't say I feel completely safe in Punta Gorda at night. Lots of people walking around that look kind of rough, but we are usually there in the daylight so it isn't a problem. Since tomorrow is our last full day out here, we will probably work at the orphanage, go swimming and eat here, right at the lodge. ...
... quickly, with the girls asking me questions and telling me their life stories. Which was quite a life for a 10 year old, she had done more travel than i had. When we arrived in mango creek the girls showed us to the bus stop, they were very friendly and so helpful.
It wasn't long to wait before the chicken bus arrived. We all climbed on with our backpacks and tried to find a seat. I sat next to an elderly man, which was quite funny as he started to fall ...
... about all, on lagoon Isobel.
Once in the shuttle, the long journey on the unpaved roads, stopping every five mins for the driver to pee or eat or god knows what, we discovered wed taken a different road than we thought we would and El Estor was now out.
The five hour shuttle journey ended at the port in Rio Dulce and both Cathal and I looked at each other and thought, screw the lake lets jump on board and ...