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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... of Lee from the UK, who was a master at navigating the confusing paths.
We were well on way to the resort, ready to call it a night. All of the sudden, we realized that no one was following us anymore.
We turned around and walked back. This time, we came into a point that seemed to split in a dozen of directions. I felt like I was part of a "Choose You Own Adventure" story.
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... but Carlos's calmness and casual behaviour cast an element of ease and comfortability over me. He encouraged us to come and touch it, so trying to live it the moment, I decided why not. As I stroked it's large body flapping in the water, it shocked me how slimy and soft it was and I couldn't help but cast my mind to think about Steve Irwin and how this seemingly gentle creature took his life. It was so hard to believe. And if that wasn't enough, as soon as Carlos let ...
... spread all over.
The one we visited was 30 meters below ground. Access was via a wooden staircase. The setting was mind blowing. On our way down we saw stalagtites illuminated by flood light (without it would be totally dark with just a bit of daylight from the top.. At the bottom was the water. Just the right temperature to be refreshing but not too cold. Imagine a goldfish bowl
with the humans being the fish.
... We also tasted Cashew wine here, it was good, really smooth and sweet, almost like a really good sherry… we bought a bottle for $10... Yes it was confiscated.
Back to port, we looked at some of the shops inside the port terminal. Bought some “drugs”…. z pack ( I guess an antibiotic ) for Rodds ongoing cough. You can walk into a pharmacy in Belize and buy anything… amoxicillin, penicillin, Viagra, almost any of ...
... to head back out into the countyside. I walked up to the front of the bus to ask what was up, at which point the driver saw me and stopped the bus. After swearing at him I got off and had to start walking back to town, luggage in tow as always. It was about 2 miles back. And it was a near-deserted, rural road in the middle of some part of a country I'd never been to before. You could say I wasn't chuffed. Luckily for me, about half way back a Belizean bus stopped and picked me ...