Miller's Landing Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... woman called Rosie. We hired some bikes from her and went to explore while we waited for the current guests to check out. The people we even friendlier in Hopkins than in Placenica, everyone greets you as you go by, wishing you a pleasant day and a good stay in Belize. We got back to our room and ended up being the only guests for the night. Rosie was incredible and her and her son made sure that we had everything we could possibly want. We were given ...
... learned to cook Mexican food. But being here, I live with a friend that loves baking, and also in trying to eat like the locals I have been forced to open my horizons. So I'm jumping head first into the deliciously fluffy world of cinnamon rolls, the sour yummy smell of yeast, the softness of butter through my fingers (or margarine since there is no butter here :-S ), and the funny mistakes of ...
... as we left though. He told us he isn't afraid to die, because he is tired, he is tired of all the suffering and is looking forward to sleeping. It's so sad to hear how hard people's lives are here and they would actually welcome death. Tonight we are planning on going out for dinner with another couple and Derrick. We are in denial that our trip is almost over :( We are going to try to hold on to these last few days as long as we ...
... between a rat and a deer. He kept it in a tiny cage and it was making some pretty unpleasant noises when we took the cover off. I asked him if he ever let it out of the cage but he said 'no’ as he didn’t want it getting too tame or his kids would always want to play with it. Poor deer-rat.
On the way back to Placencia we stopped to search for some manatees in the sea, not too far from the shore. We spotted a mother and calf and at one point they ...
... burgers and fries as our first meal in Belize, not very cultural at all. Eventually we jumped on the bus heading to Hopkins, a small beach village. It was so nice to be able to ask the bus driver to tell you where to get off and him understand you. As we rode the bus around the ghetto villages of Belize we understood why a lot of tourists only visit the beaches. A lot of the towns are run down and some of the locals looked a bit worse ...