- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and especially San Ignacio how many Chinese people there were. Apparently the Belizean government were selling citizenship for a number of years and due to not having restrictions on the number of children you can have in Belize this was of great appeal to the Chinese who wanted more than their restricted 2 children. I found it really interesting that everyone labelled what they and other people were e.g. Indian, Afro Caribbean, Chinese, Mayan, Mexican, French, ...
The next afternoon as we made our way out of the reserve, exhausted, sweaty, muddy and covered in bites, we managed to wave down a car about 2 hours into the walk. They kindly stopped to give us a lift the rest of the way into town. We must have been in an even worse state that I thought, as the woman sitting next to us, while maintaining her composure and politeness, covered her nose with a rag to block out our stench. The couple in the front seat ...
... neat place.
Then, after the zoo, things got a bit messed up. When I had booked the trip with William, I had told him where we were staying, a little rental cabana called Kiskadee out on Bullet Tree Road on the edge of town. He never asked for any more details so ...
... made for a really pretty ride over the island and the water to mainland Belize. The views below us were incredible from buildings and communities on the island, to wetlands, to the turquoise waters - everything we saw was amazing.
As soon as we landed, we got off and waited the few minutes it took to collect our luggage. Within that time, Hector, a friend of Diana's who we will be staying with, introduced himself to us. Right away we ...
... an extra $15 extra on per night. Worth every penny in my opinion!
Since we are on a 32-day tour, I think it is really important to pace ourselves. Financially and energetically, we can’t do everything on offer in all the places we visit. We also need to balance the time we spend in the group with time to ourselves, alone and as a couple. So far, we are both feeling really good and so grateful to have this wonderful travel opportunity. We ...