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Today we split up to do several excursions. Some went to hike into a cave, raft down the river in that cave, dodge bats and guano to hike back out of the cave and then swim at the inland blue hole. Some (the young ones) went on a 1 hour hike up a mountain to reach a beautiful waterfall and swim in the lake & waterfall...notice, no pictures of this as I am NOT one of the young ones. Some of us (me ...
... razors. At this point (peak bowl) we three girls proceeded to loose interest, leaving Cal to carefully try to salvage what was left of nick's dignity. He ended up not doing a bad job, considering how bad it was and the lack of instruments. It now just looks like a regular bad hircut rather than something out of dumb and dumber.
There was absolutely nothing for breakfast today. We aren't allowed to eat the fruit because it's for the monkeys, ...
... to me as they went off to their cart. It's a little odd to imagine Mennonites in Belize living next side Mayans, Mestizos, Creoles, Garifuna and the Chinese but apparently they have moved from Germany to Russia to Canada to Mexico to Belize over the years with each previous country chasing them out for either not paying the taxes or speaking English. The Belize government however loves them as they are very good agriculturists and supply most of the nations chicken, eggs, ...
... br> A visit to the store for some snacks for the long bus ride ahead was followed by changing a little more cash since we spent more than budgeted for supper. At 10:15, we were off, sitting at the back of a bus that smelled like the bathroom could use a cleaning. Some of the overpowering smell was the disinfectant used, but some was just rank bathroom smells. We pulled into Chetumal at about 4 am to leave Mexico where two young ladies asked if ...
... peaceful spot on a beautiful stretch of the Sittee River. And here I sit typing this and munching on some cassava and plantain chips, contemplating having to put long pants on and maybe deal with snow tomorrow. But then I look back up at the view and all is good... carpe diem!