Turneffe Island Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Fried rice and potatoes to start the day is always a good start. The monkeys were in all different moods today. In the morning on my out shift. Ryan had out up some lemon water ice lollies for his adult monkeys in the adjacent enclosure, Satellite 3. After not much interest from the Spiders, we took it down and I put it on top of the baby's cage and they went mad for it, as they do the drip I made. Chippa even licked the water from my hands, it was very cute. We had a fantastic ...
... pumpkin as a desert, or a Thanksgiving dinner for that matter, but I would jump to the chance to have it again. We finished off the evening coming up with names for the new howler monkeys. Myself and Ryan came up with some absolute screamers like Cuthbert, Winston, Gertrude, Phil, Dave, Nelson, Clive etc. You get the idea. However the finalised names were Darwin and Grace!! Some people have no ...
Today the weather was yet again really good. After a solid breakfast of a fried egg sandwich and some cinnamon bread toast I had my first shift with the monkeys. As others do, I decided to take a water bottle in. Within minutes Izzie stole this from me and managed to screw open the bottle, letting all the water out and then covering it in mud whilst chewing it. Luckily in wasn't anything fancy just an old ...
... groceries, to the internet Cafe and we ate some local food in snack restaurant Liz's. We had empanadas, garnachas and salbutes. We then drank rum and juice on the pier and eventually ended up in a bar called Noa Noa's. We seemed to be the only people there and it wasn't long before a lot of the girls were dancing with the locals on the pool table. We came home quite early and swiftly hit the ...
... at every little shop on the way for them to go and get booze, whilst blasting out some Daddee Yankee full blast! The only thing that kept me slightly distracted and beyond getting super ratty was my bemusement/amazement at one of the farmer guys that must have been over seven foot tall and wide enough (though not fat) to cover two full seats by himself – definitely the closest thing i’ve ever seen to a giant, but when he opened his mouth he also sounded like Pingu.