Palmento Grove Lodge Hopkins
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... you do cop a mouthful of sea water if you're not watching them.
When we are all wrinkly we finally get out of the water and have our three for two drinks at the Tree Top bar (sunnie boy cocktails). Its island time here so we meander back to the hotel to grab a couple of Carib beers on our porch while we munch on trail mix snacks. We are off to Caye Caulker early tomorrow, our last stop in Belize where we hope to meet some of the local sea life.
... tpod.html) and absolutely stunk of damp. I didn’t even get a blanket, and the pillow smelt of a combination of urine and bleach – so bad that I had to wrap it in a towel just to try and disguise the smell – travel rarely is as glamorous as it looks!
In the end, I just had to turn the light off and plug myself into my laptop and watch Dexter to try and hide from where I actually was – this is a technique I thought I had perfected, but I could still ...
... regular bus out to Sarteneja. The bus that didn’t show up for three hours and when it did turned out to be some kind of weird booze cruise for some farmers that looked they had been drafted straight from The Hills Have Eyes!
I’d spotted a couple of them walking round Orange Walk, and never seen anything like it – all in strange hats, lumberjack shirts and full dungarees with pitchforks. When the bus turned up and there were more of them it looked like ...
I felt every muscle in my body today! It was quite a feat just getting out of bed. This happens pretty much every time I try something new, so at least I'm consistent. LOL
It's a relax day in Hopkins with a later start, and rightfully so, I need a recovery day.
A bike ride in town leads us to Tina's Kitchen, where we proceed to have the best meal yet. A very simple place with delicious ...
We walked along the road for a bit, and then headed back along the beach where we were accosted by 4 ladies who were flogging their woven baskets. We ended up buying 2... guilt? I dunno. Stupid? Maybe.
Decent booze here is expensive. (just like home) so I'm glad we brought along some hard stuff from Cancun. Bacardi for $15 and Stoli for $20, we made drinks and sat on the beach for a few hours, lit up some charcoal for a BBQ ...