Pine Ridge Lodge
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... just before our tasty lunch of squash and chickpeas with a tomato sauce and pasta cooked my some of the volunteers. This included a plant, similar to spinach, that if you eat raw can kill you. Here there are constant reminders of how remote we are. The cook Carmela and the workers don't work Sundays. After this I went to get some browse with Nikki followed by some filming. I'm going to ...
... we had to walk up some of the grades but the downhills were exhilarating. The mountains undulated around us and the kilometres rolled by easily; I didn’t check the mileage constantly as I had while toiling south from Cancun. It was hot though, and we were glad to find a Mennonite dairy offering coffee ice cream. There are traditional Mennonite settlements in various parts of Belize, and lots of evidence of their churches along the way.
The countryside was ...
... lagoon, so getting absolutely caked in mud wasn’t entirely pointless – still my new white trainers didn’t stay white for very long!
Returned back, sneaked the bike back in, ate some chicken and can’t remember what else I did that evening, but it was probably dull!
In the morning, decided there was pretty much nothing else to do so got the boat out of there to my next destination – the Carribean Islands and the newly discovered Bushy Tits ...
We had been told to get back to the main entrance at a specific time, so we walked back down the hill for lunch. It was an excellent lunch of dips, wraps, fajitas, biscuits and fruit punch. Just at the end a snake (non-poisonous) had come to investigate us (or sun itself). F said it was a Rat Snake, quite common and fairly shy, which is probably why it left quite quickly. Everyone else was faffing again and we had a good 20 mins so S and I went into the ...
... terrace, currently occupied by a resident Chachalaca flock, led to a pool and hot tub. Opposite was the Mantra room for Yoga, with a visiting yoga lady (who we saw in the dining room).
Out of the lounge French windows down a gravel path, were the cottages, beautifully done with plants outside (orchids) and a box of firewood (which we knew we wouldn’t need). The mahogany and leather furnished rooms had a fireplaces, comfy settee, desk, safe, huge bed ...