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... feedback is that , there isn't much too see or do over the island. It was nice to stay on the ship with not much crowd around.. Pool area is pleasant, we managed to have a good splash on the pool. I've even got on the pool slide easy. My dad n I got on to some quiz activities.. Trivia on American facts were ...
So I meet several travelers that mentioned Hopkins and that it had a similar feel to Cay Caulker (which is awesome), so off I went. First was a water taxi back to Belize City, then a small plane ride south to Dangriga, and then a 35 min cab ride to Hopkins, long day already after all the diving yesterday, so why not finish it off with a walk about a very small but spread out beach town. Up to this point in my travels I haven't made any ...
The day was cut short as a result of a diesel engine going bad on the trip to the caye ((island... more like an atoll) pronounced "key")
While disappointed, dual engine jet boats don't do well as single engine crafts and we agreed with the decision to head back, albeit very slowly. We missed our second dive after lunch, but crawled back to port so slowly, we arrived at the regular return time of 2pm.
... right off my skin.
2. Almost no tan to think of.
3. A few bruises.
4. A crazy, unpredictable, stop me in my tracks, I need to breath through these contractions kind of pain in my tummy. Those who know me, know that my stomach issues are the bane of my existence. These attacks come on in waves and take about a couple minutes and then *poof* gone!
5. A scalp that feels like a thousand mosquito bites.
6. I still want ...
... under Guatemala City, so hard to excavate). Kaminaliuyu clearly had an administrative structure in place and a trade network (mainly in obsidian to make arrowheads, knives, mirrors, etc), The stelae show rulers engaged in war and dominating the Guatemalan highland Maya. As the Maya expanded north the cities of El Mirador, Tikal, Nakbe (first ballcourts and sacbeob), Calakmul and Tavasal were occupied. The city of El Mirador, c.800 BC, was dominant during the later part of ...