Yim Saan Hotel & Restaurant
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... up by hand. However the larger male deer comes up to the side of the fence to be fed the banana skins which is cool! I could still do shifts outside the enclosure and we have now been given a mosquito net to keep there, so I may be bitten to shreds a lot less - praise the Lord!! I also helped cook dinner, we just made some pasta with a tomato based sauce with some Aubergine, onion and tomato. Basically Michelin star stuff. We were planning on going leave early in the morning ...
... purposes and the animals all seem to be very well cared for. We were very lucky to have Hector guide us through this zoo because he knows his way around and is familiar with many of the animals here from visiting frequently.
The Belize Zoo is really beautiful since it's literally in the jungle and even though paths were created throughout, it has a wild and untamed feel to it and also lends itself to tons of natural beauty. We saw so ...
... Bartender Anthony. We all had to sanitize with hand gel before each introduced course and each table took it in turns to go first. It was like posh school dinners.
The tour guy then came round and confirmed our fears that we could not tube as the waters were too high. Overnight the heavens opened for a further 6 hours so we took this as our cue to leave. There are other ziplines and caves around but still it's the first missed tick ......... ...
... fun, and the people around were excited. Afterwards, we went back up to the school because the teachers were throwing us a party. They made cheese sauce in their crockpots, and served us nachos, and cupcakes. One of the teachers gave me a little wallet and a bracelet, and another one brought me a caimito fruit from her yard. After our goodbyes, we headed back to the hotel, went for a quick swim, hunted down the iguanas to take some pictures of them, and then we ...
... U.S., which turned out to be Crocs – super fashionable. We picked up our tubes (and got a lesson on how to carry them properly), and set out for the river. We had to trek through the jungle for 35 minutes, and cross the river three different times to get to the starting point. We got many lessons about the different uses of trees and plants on the way there, including a very practical lesson on a particular tree, which, you use if you are bitten by a ...