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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Free airport shuttle
TripAdvisor Reviews Belcampo Lodge Punta Gorda
Travel Blogs from Punta Gorda
... 5m big (I don't know if they can get this big this may be a huge exaggeration) jump clear out the water. There was 8 other variable guests on board, 2 boys as cabin crew who looked about 14 and sad being yelled at by the captain and running around to run around after demanding gringos 24 hours a day (thankyou loveable Julio for crawling into a dank passage on your hands and knees for an hour trying to spear a loose ...
... 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 ...
... started on the shipping container they have standing close to the storage shed that has to be emptied. It's full of stuff like clothing which all needs to sorted and stocked in the storage shed. It was very hot today and I was scorching! It felt very good to go for a swim in the swimming hole when we got back to the lodge! Went to Punta Gorda tonight for supper. Couldn't find much and ended up at a restaurant that looked better ...
... Us girls stayed with the bags. When the water taxi arrived it was full of school children and other locals, we managed to squeeze into some of the last 5 seats. I sat up the front with 3 school girls.
The trip was about a 30 minute boat ride to Mangoe creek and then we had to catch a bus to Punta Gorda. It wasn't long before the little girls started chatting to me, asking me everything from 'where I am from?' to "do they have buses in Australia?" The trip ...
... ferns and vines lining the river banks. The gentle bird song and jungle noises were only disturbed by screams of "spider!", "we're going to hit the side!", "spider!", "aaargh, bot fly!", "eeeeek!", as the girls took their time giggling into every obstacle on the way down. Much fun! A quick stop to see a plane wreck from the eighties (from the original jaguar survey) and were back "home" for tea and a few Belikins. Next stop... Placencia for birthday luxury ...