Palmento Grove Lodge Hopkins
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... baby monkey, drawing the mothers down from the trees so they can eat them. Knowing this, it seems a bit strange that wildtracks takes margay, and even hopes to open the official Belize margay sanctuary, but I completely understand why Paul and Zoe couldn't turn down such amazing creatures.
It was so strange having my last meal with everyone! I have made some great friends here and met some really incredible and inspirational people. I will miss the tram so much! ...
... of biking was more difficult than it sounds as the bikes didn't fit well, had seats that constantly moved, were mostly men's bikes that were entirely too tall for us and the dirt road was like dodging moguls(except they were pretty deep potholes).
The afternoon was spent relaxing on our beach at Coconut Row. We were all beginning to enjoy the slow pace of this little village.
... ok, but I feel like I'm getting nowhere with Innie as he still seems to have a real issue with me. My only hope is thathe is simply being possessive over Mitch, so will be fine after Mitch has left next week. Even then though, I don't think I would be able to go in with him alone incase he attacks again. Such a shame because I really love the others and have spent so long getting to know their personalities, likes and dislikes. I'm ...
... at Lebeha, a Garifuna drumming school, where we heard the odd local and tourist busting a groove in the evenings. On arrival we were greeted by an afternoon tropical storm which cooled us all down and entertained the two young boys we were travelling with who enjoyed swimming in the pelting rain. Unfortunately the weather wasn't favourable during our time here and the water a lot murkier than up north but that didn't worry us, we all enjoyed pretending we were 'home' cooking ...
... less shower allows water to spread onto the adjoining floor, the doors do not latch in a manner you'd expect them to, and the "fit and finish" is amateurish. This looks as though it might have been a garage at some point that was upgraded with wiring hidden behind a valance that runs around the exterior walls, and wire mould feeding the lights. For just a little more cash we should have stayed in Haburu House again. Oops.
We walked over to ...