Parrot Cove Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the tune while we play it, 5 mins later I have forgotten and need to wait for the lead before I begin banging again. We play for an hour and your fingers go red from banging the drums. It was fun way to spend the afternoon but your fingers hurt after a while.
We wander over to the bakery and the kind owner let us short change her 10 cents. Not much but its the thought that matters. I pick a carrot, walnut and chocolate muffin (nom nom) and we head back ...
... that place the better – it had good internet at least.
Went back to the hostel where chilled out a bit and mainly spoke with some guys from Venezuela to find out what the hell is actually going on there! I still would quite like to visit despite all common sense – money, violence, political issues pointing otherwise – at least this guy gave me assurances there were some decent places left over!
In the morning, hit up the beach just in range of ...
... Today was a lazy day. We woke and had a kayak tour on the Sittee river where we saw many iguana sunning themselves on the tops of the trees, followed by a nice chat with our host property managers, a long nap and a late supper. Tomorrow we are hoping to go cave tubing and Tuesday is our snorkel/dive day. We are planning on going to the Curve Bar at the marina for New Years. Then the dreaded reality of packing up and moving on. I am dreading that day.
... ethic in us. Passing through the abject squalor on a daily basis would be akin to building a Sage Creek McMansion on 4 lots you bought in Manitoba Avenue after you razed the existing houses and hope it all works out in the long run.
We have a security guard who patrols the property all night. "Do you think they have a problem here?" C asked. Well... looking at the Hopkins Police station, I wouldn't expect too much from them insofar as a ...
... stone buildings, at Cuello, Belize, has been dated to 2,600 BC, so possibly the culture is older than previously thought. The Maya Calendar begins on 11/8/3114 BC (but is based on the Olmec Meso American Long Count, so may not be so useful an indicator). The scattered farms began to settle more into small villages and practise agriculture (mainly corn, beans, squash, cassava) and start to produce ceramics. These people were probably already speaking an early form of ...