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... said it was easy (and more importantly) perfectly safe to hitch there. This was the first time I’d tried any hitching since the attack probably a good three months back.
Unfortunately my ride wasn’t in the back of a large truck as hoped. Rather in the back seat of a car squashed in between four giant guys that stunk of booze. Not gonna lie I was ******** myself quite a lot, especially as they then arrived to the destination and started asking for money. Luckily I ...
So I asked Anthony and Gil (the property managers of our rental) today how many people come here and say they never want to leave. They said "everyone"! LOL I guess that's common, people on vacay mode always think where they are at is better than home, as who wouldn't want to wake up whenever you want, never step into a set of winter boots or don a winter parka! I suppose those are all good reasons. I still think it's more than that for me. Don't get ...
... washed over the road to join the water on the south side.
It is an absolute cluster... gong show. The Jeep we rented was well worth is, as a compact car likely would have quit at some point. Water splashed up over the hood at times, and was at least 24" deep. In talking with someone here, this is all new in the past 3 weeks of rain.
Currently, a beautiful, warm gentle breeze is calling me to the beach with my rum and coke.
... a very sacred place for the Mayan Indians and it was so quiet besides the constant noise of the water carrying us down back into daylight and the life of the jungle; I began to relax and really enjoy the ride. There weren't bats the whole time, we went through patches of screeching bats but to my surprise I didn't seem to be bothered by them! We really enjoyed our time Cave Tubing, it turned into a very fun experience and a neat way too 'see' part of Belize by headlamps! ...
... previously enquired about swimming here and had been advised not to, due to crocodiles. Exciting stuff! They also get manatees up the river and sometimes turtles too as it is not far from the ocean. The banks are lined with trees and jungle, in which they get many birds and monkeys etc.
Our hopes of spotting anything in the water were relatively slim I would say as it is a very murky greeny colour. So we would have to be extremely lucky ...
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