Mariposa Jungle Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... heard all about his country which was fascinating. Belize has a tiny population of only 350,000 people so when we told him the city (not country) we lived in at home had a population of over 8 million his eyes nearly popped out of his head! Although huge population differences, we discovered both Belize and the UK (London especially) are made up of so many different cultures, nationalities and religions which we all agreed we loved about the places we lived. We had noticed ...
... to the rain God whom they believed stayed underground. There are pottery jars scattered around as well as skeletons of sacrifices. These caves were only discovered in the 80s by scientists . The cave system is completely unspoilt with beautiful stalactites, stalagmites and coulombs, completely unspoilt by humans, no electricity, no guide rope that one finds in other caves. An unforgettable experience, we have never experience anything like it before, a ...
... when everyone else is discussing rules in German and you have no idea what they are saying. Felt a bit inadequate being the only one who couldn't understand or at least have an idea of what they were saying. This trip has definitely made me want to learn more languages. Travelling on a public bus for 4 hours tomorrow, should be fun. The journey awaits ...
... in the cave (a skull!!). The ministry of culture met to decide on what to do -- ban French people or cameras. Unfortunately, they opted for banning cameras :-)
We did see fantastic stalactites and stalagmites, amazing artifacts and many remains, evidence of human sacrifice. Wonderful that they've decided to leave all ...
Today was a long day. Anna was out to renew her visa so I spent the majority of the day in or beside the enclosure. But that means lots of time with my monkey friends so not all bad! After an experiment breakfast of honey glazed chips that I can't say I fried particularly well, I fed the Currasows with Ryan and then it was monkey time. I had a good balance of play time inside ...