Super Palm Resort
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... us Maggie's bag one of the wheels fell off and so it has been slow going with it! The bus trip from Belize City to San Ignacio is in an old American style school bus and is not air-conditioned but with the window down it is bearable. The seat pitch is very narrow so my legs were wedged into the seat in front. The trip takes 2.5 hours and we stopped at every town and a few people's houses along the way. At Belmopan about half way on our journey there was a ruckus at the ...
... already pre-chopped I was rummaging around the wood pile, forgetting again where I am and should take more caution. When out pops a tarantula! Luckily they are not to big here so aren't really a problem. In the evening we had some basic tomato based pasta, which is better than overloading it with vegetables in my opinion, by this time in the evening I was feeling almost back to ...
Today we had lost 3 volunteers returning to their homes and 2 were having days off. We were quite busy. The day was very normal for the morning I had a few shifts with the monkeys, one in the cage, one out. Both I fell asleep during (oops). I also had a quick swim with the baby manatees and the normal fruit chopping and browse collecting. After lunch I had my last shift in the cage. Izzy the ...
... Ozaeta children were very charming, I really enjoyed visiting along the way. They even brought me a lollipop when they went in a store for something. At that point, I dug a tin of Trader Joe's chocolate out of my bag and they thought it was a real treat. They are 8, 15 and 16 (a boy and 2 girls). I gave the chocolate tin to the 8 yr. old. She said it was "so cool". They took me right to the Sabana Hotel here in Flores. I fly back to Guatemala City to the Pan American Hotel ...
... lot of the houses are up on stilts. Many are delipidated. Garbage was left in piles along streets or in fields. It was a bit of culture shock, to say the least. With that said, there was one cute moment I saw of a son waiting for his dad to get off the bus. He went running to hug him. We also saw another boy learning to ride his bike (it appeared) at a stop along the way. It just goes to show some things are universal. We finally ...