Banana Bank Lodge & Jungle Horseback Adventure
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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From our amazing trip in Sudan, Khartoum we decided to end our journey and settle off to Belmopan Belize and Belize city. A relaxing place to end our trip. We were most excited about the cultural landscape. Most tropical places like Belize aren't as beautiful as the Belizean Coasts. We noticed that there were few language barriers as Belizeans speak mostly English. But there of course were ...
... Some were solitary, others in schools. Large, colourful soft corals looked like Spanish fans, and other corals looked like giant alien brains. There was of course the usual array of coral, all used as hiding spots for the fish. At one point a large green eel comes surging out of the coral as we pass by, initially looking threatening but then deciding to retreat to its hole.
We move onto the second dive site, Shark & Ray Alley. The name says it ...
... before that the tours from Belize are not allowed to bring their vans across the border and have to get a local van and driver once in Guatemala.) Anyway we made back and went for dinner at Eva's, which we had been using as our "base" for drinks and wifi but hadn't eaten there yet. It was very good--tremendous lime soup with ...
... turned out to be Paul and Zoe's old house which was huge but unfinished. One parked up we cut down branches of the Raman tree. We then drove through the town which was cool to see in the day and he pointed out things as we passed. The sea was an amazing blue/grey colour because of the ocean tides. We then stopped by the hardware store where to my pleasant surprise he bought me a bottle Coke! When loading some pipe into the truck I caught my reflection in the mirror and for a ...
... heard that story from three different people. Marta had her own scare with it recently. I had it once when I visited, also. I have never had such a comfortable and easy trip across the border before. Maya Heart World has two vans, one in Belize and one in Guatemala. I think they have dual citizenship or something. I didn't have to deal with luggage at all. I think they drove one van up next to the other and unloaded it. Then Mr. Ozaeta took my passport in to pay my 10 Q ...