Mystic Jungle Lodge
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... br> I had an even more successful baby sit-in today with Molly. I was able to be in the cage on my own for a bit and I managed to rake them out with no problems. Without wanting to tempt fate, I think we've cracked it! YAY!!! The funniest thing happened this afternoon; someone started a lawn mower right outside the babies' cage and they freaked out. Mitch went in to comfort them and Innie latched onto his head. He was visibly shaking and was so scared he pooed ...
... big black man and Richard said " so are you going to stay this time? Go to your chair!" And the girl followed instructions and eventually made it to a chair. Anthony and I came to the room and he let me in that Richard had just bought a prostitute. I WAS SHOCKED, IM SO NAIVE, and now so grossed out. Yuck yuck yuck yuck. I need to think about butterflies and rainbows before I fall asleep tonight. Anyways that ends our day, we need to be up bright and early tomorrow for this ...
At first Caracol looked like a national forest, with plenty of trees and bushes.
We walked through the woods, saw a tucan, heard some howler monkeys (a.k.a. holla! monkeys) and learned about the Belizean jungle. Amelia ate ...
... to wait whilst I queued at the ATM. Even when new passengers got in. The wait was a while too, so I was going to stump up the extra $5, but he was so quick with my change and didn't seem bothered. Laid back here. BZ$2:US$1.
I checked into my hostel, grabbed a much needed shower and went to bed. No sleep but I didn't really leave for the rest of the day. I am not feeling great at all. Upset stomach and I guess just too much of burning the candle from both ends. I also ...
... which includes walking/wading through three river crossings. At the entrance to the cave you swim for about 20 feet in cold water before beginning the walk/climb/swim/crawl through the stagtites and stalagmites that have formed over the ages. With hard hats and headlamps we made our way back a little more than half a mile before reaching the Altar, the site of what they believe to ...
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