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... because we could and had some free snacks up there. We got onto our flight to Belize, and everyone had first class this time. Amanda W and Diane watched a Sex and the City marathon, and Amanda J read her book. We had some delightful roasted nut mix and warm, gooey chocolate chip cookies (only Diane slept through the cookies). We landed in Belize, got our 7 pieces of checked ...
... br> After our half day we were able to unwind with an outdoor yoga class and then lounge poolside. We all made intermittent trips to view the howler monkeys that were resting in a tree right outside the gift shop/restaurant, and to see the huge green iguanas that were wandering on the riverbank.
Our day was notable for a dog bite (not me) and ...
... pictures,don't worry. Then we went for the cheapest meal we have had so far. A $3 lunch! Oh also we looked at real estate here and it's pretty expensive... So backpacking through was a good choice. We spent the rest of the day swimming and talking to people at " The Split". Last but definitely not least we went a pizza place to watch the flames game!! Yes, we watched from Belize. true fans right here. What ...
... in his own tube, paddling and pulling us along. Pedro was at the side and back, talking to us, helping. It was so enjoyable! Not scary at all!! I wish I could bring Caleb here to experience this!
The most stupid thing I did was that my underwater camera ran out of battery! I can't believe I was this stupid! Last night I checked and the battery showed full. But today after a few pictures, all the juice was gone. And I did not take the spare battery with me! Ugh!! .... So I did not ...
... minute drive- depending upon traffic, road conditions, and whether the driver needs to get gas or not.
During the drive, the RS Guide starts outlining the itinerary for the welcome dinner that night and the tour tomorrow. Which causes me a great deal of panic. You see, I'm arriving on a Tuesday and my tour doesn't start until Thursday. My plan for tomorrow is a day trip to San Pedro Caye (pronounced like "key"). I haul out my handy-dandy RS wire-bound itinerary to point ...