Mystic Jungle Lodge
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... colour didn't last very long with the all the sulphur springs I have been to so I dyed it again. Couldn't understand the Spanish instructions so did what I thought right. Colour is fine but permanency questionable. My fingertips are also red where I brush my hair out of my face plus the skin on my fingertips is beginning to peel away. Not a good sign. So last night I cooked a chicken curry for 20 people soaked to the skin with red dye going down my neck and chest as my body dried ...
... apparently there are lots of real Amish people who use buggies and don't use electricity in Belize. Before James left, he asked one of the tour guides about the prison gift shop (which we were delighted by when we were here in November). He found out that the prisoners work in the gift shop, that you can walk right through it from inside the prison, and that they sell both daggers and machetes. Sounds about accurate for the safety standards in these parts. ...
... to come over and mention that they heard we were leaving and wanted to say goodbye and thanks. They were such a warm and friendly group of people at the hotel and coupled with the beauty of the hotel, the great location, and the number of tours/excursions that they offer, I would happily recommend it to anyone staying in the Cayo district of Belize. I would happily go back and stay there again- although I would request a single with a king size bed so Jeremy and I could snuggle ...
... like pots also had a spirit and therefore could be sacrificed. The cave was used to pray to the rain god and therefore several babies were sacrificed here too (which turned my stomach, at least there were no baby skeletons that I saw. The Rain God was supposed to have preferred babies. There were the skeletal remains of several male adults, believed to be prisoners and a couple of teenage boys who had skull deformities from contraptions that were used at the time to shape peoples ...
... 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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