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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... seas. We headed closer to the reef where we enjoyed some snorkelling, watching Horace diving down with his spear to try and catch crustaceans. The visibility wasn't that great but we still saw an eagle ray and some conch scurrying on the bottom. Horace picked up some conch, which is like a snail but is a lot bigger, shell and all, with the view he would cook us up some Conch fritters :-)
Once we were dried off we headed to a small caye which was ...
... to get in the car, until the door opened and I saw it was the group of travelers we met earlier at the Blue Hole. Another free ride! Woohoo!
When we got back into town Kathy agreed to seek out and try what Marta called "the best" Indian food. A tiny blue shack with only a kitchen in it and tables outside was called Everest. Turns out that it was the best Indian food, even though the owners were from Nepal. The husband and wife not ...
... milk/fish soup (Snapper?) with a plantain/corn paste that you add. It was good, but not over the top good. The soup was very good, but there was perhaps too much plantain. Lunch for three with three cokes was $66 BZD. Anyway, they had made a reservation earlier, we returned later.
When they got back, some "travelling merchants" showed M and C their goods, and a sale resulted. C is getting marginally better at not paying what they ask. Did I mention the dog? Some ...
... from most Belizean food, at one of the local restaurants along the way. As it happened, Tina's Kitchen was cooking up darasa, a kind of green banana tamales, which were wonderful with a small whole snapper each. They took some time but were worth the wait. Then over to the ...
... the cage became overrun by army ants! Literally thousands started to come in so I was keeping them at bay, kicking sand at ten to retreat. At first I thought I'd won the battle before we were surrounded. Luckily we were saved by Alysha and a ridiculously named bug repellant called 'Fish spray'. Later just before lunch Ryan and I went to feed the Currasows. We went in the solitary female's cage to get her empty bowls. What we found was a bossy on the ...