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... recently as well. Then, it was time to go in the cave. We were on a fairly low rock and Emil jumped into the water below in the entrance and began swimming. We did the same. This was already different than anything we had ever done. We have been in caves before, but usually they have some kind of a walking path above the water or when we went into a cave in Laos, we were in a small canoe. For the next hour and a half or so we walked in the water in the cave, did some ...
... ha ha ha). We are ushered into a cab and four of us plus our backpacks are squished in for the quick ride to San Ignacio.
We are too early to check in but the nice Shemera lets us dump our bags in the hotel while we wander around. First stop is for coffee for yours truly but it is so hot here that I changed my mind and grab a refreshing watermelon juice instead. It is Sunday when we arrive and most shops are closed for the day so the town is relatively ...
... the wrong way down a one way. A man in a little Toyota Corolla was coming the other way, and Grant thought maybe he would back up so we could get by. He was wrong. The man got our of his car, waved his finger (as in, no going this way), and pointed us in the correct direction. Very helpful. Grant successfully backed all the way down the street, and got going the right way. Ten points! Gerry spent the day exploring the Amish/Mennonite communities around ...
... 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 ...
... then to monkeys and jaguars. It's amazing how they carried it all so far underground with only a torch to light their way in chest high waters.
Unfortunately cameras were not allowed in or near the cave but if you want to see some pics just google ATM cave Belize. And if your ever in the area definitely a stop to check out, but is quite pricey. ...
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