Mystic Jungle Lodge
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... we just have some bread, but today there was no bread. I was not impressed. I found some flour and tried to make an eggless pancake... it actually wasn't too bad.
We stepped up the baby integration today, with Mitch joining Molly and I in the cage. Innie did freak a bit, but nothing like before, he was just franticly playing. This meant that I did get bitten a bit and now have several bruises... I'm still counting it as success though! Plus I got to use ...
En route, we stopped at a Belizean army base. Since Caracol is near Guatemala and there is no physical Guatemalan -Belizean border, we were escorted down a red dirt road by the Belizean army to ensure we don't encounter any Guatemalans illegally crossing the ...
... we settled into The Trek Stop, an ecolodge just 20 minutes across the border. My first thoughts of Belize? I'm not sure, we haven't seen much of it, but we're switching to English now and back to putting toilet paper into the toilet. Probably didn't mention it, but in Central America, the toilet paper is put into waste bins next to the toilet so they don't clog up the waste system. I've caught myself still saying "no gracias" ...
... shower of the day, not counting swimming in the caves. I have now given up on anticipating having anything which at all resembles a warm shower in this region. Anywhere at all.
The lunch was well received. Indeed I felt it was rewarding - Edward reckoned that you burn close to 1000 calories on the trip and I was happy to make up my own tortillas from the buffet with a variety of fillings. Several other groups were also having their lunch. It seems that eight is ...
... and beautiful birds. During the second night our campsite was surrounded by howler monkeys, and they woke us all up with their screeching. Very cool! While our time on the Belize River was interesting, it was also wet and dirty. By the third morning, most of us were more than ready for a shower and proper bed. After another 2 1/2 hour paddle we reached the exit point. With an hour drive to the hotel to go, we could see the ...
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