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... Things improved slightly later on but it's all relative. A couple of the later acts that were actually quite good spent some time lambasting the organisers before they started their set - rightly so in our opinion. We're not quite sure who won or when the competition finished. The acts seemed to carry on long after the judges left as if it had just become some giant karaoke night. I had to hold Mups back to stop her getting up and singing McFly. Phil and Mups ...
... tube had prepared us well. Some were standing or having 3 people to two seats and a few were going nuts because gate 1 wasn't open and they didn't get a seat. Basically it was absolute carnage, but so funny! That night we headed into town for an amazing Belizean meal for the right price at Cenaida's. We actually tried to go back again the next night but it was closed.
The next day after having a dip in the pool, we headed to ...
... to do centres. Betna was there to help me, so she ran the "I have, who has" centre, the teacher ran a making words centre with little foamy animals that had letters on them, the student teacher ran a sorting -at and -et centre, and I did a rhyming centre. Turns out, the kids actually had absolutely no idea what was going on with -at, and it was in no way a review, but I guess they have now begun to learn one word family. The teacher normally has ...
... hotel. A couple of the ladies from the Ministry of Education needed to catch a ride with us, so I was relegated to sitting on the floor of the van. The roads in Belize are less than smooth, so today's blog probably could have also been called "Butts Up". We stopped at a supermarket on the way back to get big jugs of water and they had Capri Sun pouches with rum already in them - fancy! When we got back to the hotel, we all went to ...
... they were used for ceremonial purposes. Many of the Mayan artifacts and remains are completely calcified to the cave floor. One artifact named the “Monkey Pot” is one of just four found in Central America. The Mayans also modified cave formations here, in some instances to create altars for the offerings, in others to create silhouettes of faces and animals, or to project a shadow image into the cave. The cave is extensively decorated with cave formations in the upper ...
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