Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel Belize
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... guy mode and loved every second of it. When we got back from the tour I passed out right away, as I am feeling really sick. Just a cold, but its wearing me down. We bought some NyQuil so hopefully I will sleep better tonight. After my nap we went to eat the fish that we caught, well Anthony ate the fish. Benedict tried to convince me to eat it but there was no way that was happening, especially ...
... as an elf carrying bowling pins down the centre of the motorway in the middle of nowhere. Someone in a dog outfit dancing outside a pharmacy. I've also been reading the Guatemalans national newspaper recently. All it consists of is murder, almost every segment of every page there is some graphic photo of a murder victim. Does anything else happen in Guatemala? Does it's sports teams win anything or did anything positive happen? Not according to the ...
... a fine! (They didn't ask for theQ20 and they stamped out passports) 3-If you need Quetzals, the bus will make one stop at an ATM just before the border. There will also be money changers at the border, but the rate isn't very favorable. 4-We have to exit the bus at the Belize border and walk through the Belize immigration and then walk to the Guatemalan immigration. Take everything with us, except checked bags underneath the bus. The bus ride and border ...
... pictures of our tubing!!
By the time we're done with the tubing, it was past 1pm. We were then taken to the eating place of this tubing company (cavetubing.bz) and they fed us lunch. Local food - chicken, black bean rice, and some cole slaw. Simple but tasty. But very little meat.
After lunch, we headed back. Before we reached the pier, rain started pouring down again. We were very lucky to have enjoyed the tubing in very nice weather - sunshine and not too too hot.
... the mist but we headed out regardless unsure whether we would see anything. Even through the pitch dark the trail was easy enough to follow. We had several run ins with small nocturnal creatures crashing out of the bushes and crossing the path in front of us. After an hour and a half out on the trail we were close to camp. Whilst I was scanning the bushes with my torch Alex spotted two eyes shining in his torch light on the path ahead of us. It instantly looked bigger than the ...