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... buses are old US school buses, often painted bright colours. They are not comfortable but are cheap, local transportation. After few hours we arrived in San Ignacio and spent the evening dining at a local restaurant. We spend loads of time ‘dining’ on this trip. With 17 people in the group, when we go out to eat all together, it invariably takes 2-3 hours. Needless to say, we are getting to know each other quite well!
Friday, July 18 ...
... Belikin which is to Belize what Miller light is to Wisconsin. It was delicious. But perhaps any beer would've tasted delicious after the long trip we had today. I guess we will have to try more to make sure... We are checked in at the maya mountain lodge and exhausted! This place is adorable and hoping to share more photos/info in coming days :) We are planning an early bed time and will be heading out for an early all day ...
... conch, and Terry thought that the sea made conch shells, and the conches just moved in later, so we had to google it. Turns out, they are born with the shells, and then they just grow with them, in case anyone was curious. After dinner, Lynne wasn't ready to leave, so 15 of us got in the big van and left her and Gerry with the small van. We decided to stick our feet in the pool for a little while to cool off, and the bullfrogs were out, ...
... are in the way including a couple of very tight squeezes before you reach the ritual areas. It was awesome fun although people who don't like water, caves or small places probably couldn't imagine a worse nightmare. We even turned all the head torches off at one point and tried to navigate in the pitch black which was very disconcerting. Our guide said that apart from flash flooding which can be an issue during the rainy season the biggest challenge in caves is ...
... ATM, is a cave in Belize, near San Ignacio, Cayo District, notable as a Maya archaeological site that includes skeletons, ceramics, and stoneware. There are several areas of skeletal remains in the main chamber. The best-known is "The Crystal Maiden", the skeleton of a teenage girl, possibly a sacrifice victim, whose bones have been calcified to a sparkling, crystallized appearance. The ceramics at the site are significant partly because they are marked with "kill holes", ...
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