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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio
... as the lady he'd just dropped off hadn't collected all her bags!
Anyway with relief we arrived in San Ignacio in one piece and a bit more familiar with the local Belize old American school buses. The musical tastes of the drivers varied somewhat, this driver had female power ballads on by artists such as Celine Dion and Shania Twain whereas our driver from Belize city to Belize Zoo had preferred Caribbean percussion/band music that had a few people jigging along in their ...
... The second night marked the arrival of Ted, who worked in Headingley (where I lived before I came out here) and lived in Bratfud. This guy was such a reminder of back home and such a stereotypical Yorkshireman it was untrue! Most of the evening I was just sat on my laptop, with a few bottles of Belikin Stout (at least if they’re going to double the price of Mexico you can get some strong ones) just earwigging the conversation he was conducting with the rest of the group.
... I donīt know how true that is.
I travelled back to land with Chris from Canada, who I met on the island. We headed to the Belize Zoo as the bus drove past on the way to San Ignacio. It is such a cool zoo, with all the enclosures designed like the animals natural habitats. All the animals are also resuced - they may have been pets, injured or babies whose mothers were killed by hunters. The puma and the black puma were definitely the highlights. ...
- Once a year they lay eggs.
- 10 - 30 eggs initially laid then 50 - 80. Sometimes even 100 eggs.
- When fully mature ...
... in one bite. They had pennies in water to help keep the mosquitos away. On the drive back, they stopped to drive past the students homes, and many live without electricity or running water. They stopped at the Orange Walk (which is a store) to do some shopping (and Diane spent a good portion of her remaining money on souvenirs). When the Sacred Heart team arrived, we found out that the principal, Ms. Martha, wasn't there because she lives about ...
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