Mariposa Jungle Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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All has changed at Wildtracks. Many people have left and there is now a wave of new volunteers ready to take on much of the responsibility. Myself and Steve stayed a couple of days extra that originally planned which was great but after 7 hours on a bus yesterday we are now in San Ignacio ready to begin travelling through Central America. My time at Wildtracks has been incredible and it is ...
... during the day (at around 10:00) but starts up again around sunset. The weather forecast says that this supposed to change starting today and it looks like it might. Today we'll check out the Iguana Conservation Project and tomorrow off to Tikal, ...
... to Caye Caulker and with a rumour that a storm/cold front was coming so we spend most if the day and evening debating whether to go. Finally, we can to the conclusion we would go and hope for the best! As you never know, we could rearrange and it be just as bad weather, plus if we went after Wildtracks, that leaves less time to get to Panama. We thought we'd share the lift with some others who were leaving in the morning, this meant an earlier than necessary start. But a free ...
... animals including the tapir, toucans, macaws, jaguars, pumas, and really large harpy eagles. At each exhibit around the zoo, there's information about the types of animals, as well as information about how the animals got to the zoo. It was so quiet in the zoo as we saw less than a dozen other people during our time there. We really had a good time here before we were back on the road continuing our journey to Hector's home.
... bright full moon over the ocean.
Saturday, July 12 – In the morning we had coffee and breakfast pool-side and enjoyed having the hotel pool to ourselves. In the afternoon we lounged on the beach and ate quesadillas. In the evening we met our tour leader, Anita, and the other members of our Intrepid tour group. There are 16 of us and Chris and I are the only Canadians. The other nationalities represented are Guatemala, England, Ireland, ...