Turneffe Island Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... He was really nice and in Belize for the 1 year anniversary of his mums passing. So sad. Nice to meet him but! Then we went back to the hotel, ash and I were heaps moody and snappy which was ****. Then we relaxed, went and got supplies for tomorrow, and showered. I exfoliated and moisturised. I spoke to ryan kind of, had to send voice clips on messenger because the wifi is too **** to call. At least I got to hear his voice. Made me laugh. Then went to ...
... for everyone because Pachuco is a fully grown adult howler who used to be a pet. He is very frustrated as he is too strong to put with any of the young girls, so he howls ALL the time. He's an awesome monkey that has no idea how to be a monkey, so it's really exciting that he is progressing through his rehabilitation and is now surrounded by other howlers. Mikaila is a 20 year old spider monkey and possibly the most beautiful monkey in the ...
... a lot of hair, but I love him so much and he is always so gentle and sweet with me.
In other news, it turns out that Otto the racoon loves water and is a really good swimmer! Some of the girls took him into the lagoon and he had the time of his life. They've got the most adorable vidoes of him leaping into the wate and doggy-paddling around. Every time someone tried to remove him from the water, he just leapt right back in!
... edge of the cage trying to distract Nicki so Molly could clean, but we had little success. Eventually the job was finished, and it only took about twenty minutes and a lot of raisins and water to persuade Nicki to release her death grip on Molly's leg. Poor baby just needs some company!
Dinner tonight was veggie lasagna made by Carmella. It was so good! Lexxi also made a cake, which was a lovely ...
... and he spends all his time on people's shoulders.
We had team meting tonight and we're officially welcomed to wildtracks. It was nice to have some of the rules clarified. This place runs entirely on solar power, which is really cool. During the day, solar power is used to pump water into the tank, which is why we sometimes run out at night. It also means that charging can only occur during the day. We spent the rest of the evening sitting by the lagoon :) ...