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Travel Blogs from Belmopan
... the cave, we climbed down in and swam through the opening (yes, swam). At various times, we were in water up to our knees, waists and a couple of times we swam. Other times, we were scrambling over rocks and cave formations. There were a few climbs that had me wondering what I had gotten myself into. A woman in the group said, "but we're just regular people!?!?" and I totally felt that way. At one point, the instructions were to ...
... that Kim's not going to hurt them so when she brings some of their favorite leaves, they come down to get them! I even got to feed the 1-year-old. Seriously - such an amazing experience to be so close. The troop was moving from one tree to another and the jump was a pretty big one. We'd watch each monkey rock back and forth and then leap into the air and catch themselves on the little branch of the other tree. The 1-year-old was ...
... are many schools here, all religiously affiliated. Our taxi driver this morning had told us of at least ten separate religious schools in Dangriga alone. No one except us seemed remotely concerned about the bus. Hmmm, near the end we did sort of chill out a bit but we were glad to arrive in San Ignacio finally.
Oh yes, and then the scam artist taxi drivers again... too funny. The ones in Belmopan told us we'd just missed our connection and it would be hours before ...
... It was dazzling to see so many
beauties, flitting, sunning, and eating. Outside the butterfly enclosure they
have some hummingbird feeders where we saw at least a dozen hummingbirds.
After the visit to the butterfly farm, we went to Barton Creek cave. It's a neat experience to
canoe through a cave. There wasn't much in the form of human remains, but the
cave formations are pretty and it's a nice ride.
... instruction. In a nutshell, it was great to start acting and feeling more like an OT! That's all for me. Thanks for reading! -Aubrey
Now to introduce....KELLY!
Hi everybody - I was in Group 1 that went with Care Belize today. Care Belize is an organization that works for the rehabilitation and education of persons with disabilities in Belize. Our group was able to go to a total of 4 houses of kids with special needs. We were ...