Palmento Grove Lodge Hopkins
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... as a bit about our background and why we came to the project. After lunch we found out our allocations.... I have been given the nursery monkeys as well as the two sanctuary monkeys who can't be released into the wild. There are five howler monkey babies in the nursery, all of whom are just over a year old. Innie was the fort to arrive at wildtracks about a year ago. He was found as an orphan after his mother was killed by poachers. Apparently he was found covered in ...
Waving goodbye to Caye Caulker we were headed for Hopkins, further South along the coast. We had a good travel day, taking a boat, bus and hitching a ride the 6 miles from the main road to Hopkins village, taking a total of 6 hours. We fell in love with Hopkins instantly, a Garifuna village with a very laid back, caribbean vibe. We were staying in a hostel called funky dodo which was in the heart of the village, a short walk to the beach. We had a wooden shack for the three of ...
Let me start by saying that I am laughing A LOT on this vacation. Mostly because M is with us and she loves to make fun of/at/with me. It's kinda nice to have a different perspective on things and it's been fun showing her the stuff we've already discovered on our first kick at this cat.
I was pretty stressed before we left and had actually considered cancelling the trip. It would have been awful to do this as I know ...
Sunday night . . . a 'pot luck' BBQ with Brian (owner of Latitude) and Scott. Then over to Frog's Point for music -- tonight it's an Italian C&W singer from Tombstone Texas . . . does a 'mean' Johnny Cash :-)
Our real reason for coming to Hopkins -- Garifuna drum master Jabbar Lambey and drumming ...
... south end of town and we listened to some Garifuna drumming at Loggerhead's, a burger joint owned by the same people as the Driftwood. Then we were going across the street to watch Steve, a friend of his, who was playing at another bar, but he was outside and the rains had come again so he was rained out. So we went to another ...