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... national bird of Belize Spider monkeys Vultures Tapirs - national animal of Belize Ocelots Crocodiles Howler monkeys Peccaries Not sure if it was the monkeys showing off or just Bec's fascination but we seem to have ended up with a lot of pictures containing monkey's penises. Lost in translation - peculiar seeing as Belize is an English speaking country. Bec was confused by the Peccary sign that read "Caucasian bite off your hand", see ...
... all the skeletons that we saw in the cave were males because apparently females were not allowed into caves. The skeletons were also most likely people of wealth as it was a great honor to be sacrificed for a God. Some of the skeletons were killed in the cave and some were thought to be a second burial. -we saw many pots and other tools that the Mayan used during their ceremonies. -the rain never came so they believe that's what ended the Mayan people. -we were not allowed ...
As yesterday health wise was considered a success I'd booked myself onto the Actun Tunichil Muknal caves tour for today. Since the operators in town all offer essentially the same thing at the same price I used Tripadvisor to pick out the best of the bunch. I very very rarely use tripadvisor. This reminds me why. Tripadvisor reviews aren't written by people like me. They are written by the older, more discerning holiday crowd. So whilst my agency was the highest ...
... the last time he had been there. He was not sure that it would take the weight of the bus, but despite that, was happy to stop 2/3rds over when he spotted a purple headed fairy (a rare hummingbird), but a certain unhappiness at this by those sitting on the back seat dancing over the precipice! Barton's Crek is a cave a river system, where they have discovered the Mayans worshipped the gods of the underworld, with pots, skulls, ...
... The high vantage point provided a beautiful view across the river valley and it was considered a perfect place from which the Maya could watch out for invaders. Mrs David spoke enthusiastically about the property and gave us a extensive tour walking through the fruit trees and the unexcavated mounds that conceal Mayan structures. But the muddy, slippery path coupled with the recently acquired bruises interfered somewhat with fully appreciating the ...
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10 Burns Ave., San Ignacio | Hotelfrom $16
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