Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel Belize
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Of course the day of the Halloween Party, was also the first day we could continue our black-eyed-pea planting. After we bagged the corn needed for the Thursday deliveries, and the weeks farm sales, Nayo took off with the light disk and I helped Romel get the planter hooked up and calibrated. By 10 o clock we were planting peas, with the plan to go all night.
At this point, I could not let Zoe down, so the plan was I would come back after the party ...
... see that we are able to do so much good for many of these kids and adults!
We finished our day today with some canoeing on the river by our resort, didn't see any of the howler monkeys that we heard upon arrival here.
Tomorrow all of us finish our service in the geriatric clinic. I haven't done any geriatrics for 34 years...since my first year of PT school. This will be a challenge!!
... from Texas and two girls from England who just finished med school. And get this... The get paid only 30 000 a year as a doctor. ONLY 30 000, LIKE WHAT?!? So Anthony and I had a "we are so lucky to live in Canada moment". Later we went for dinner at this random shack on the Main Street called Fran's. (there are only 3 streets on this island, its super small) Fran was the owner of course, and we ...
... Tikal NP, Guatemala, took about 45 minutes. We are staying right in the park, so we have to pay the $20 admission for 24 hours. That will cover our sunrise tour of the Temples. The Tikal Inn is really nice. Very clean and comfortable. Our room is in the back forty! About as far from the Inn as we can get! There is a pool. The wifi is limited to the lodge and the electricity is off between 10 pm and 6 am! We are in the jungle! More on our Tikal stay in the be Tikal ...
... force. Not the Force of Spanish Arms but a European disease decimated the Maya of Lamanai. It was lost back to nature for many centuries, and finally rediscovered. It is slowly being restored as a historical site. The name of the city was Lamanai which translates to "sunken crocodile ". Because of its close proximity to the river, the city was a major trading area for all of it existence.
Lamanai was located at a higher elevation about a half mile from ...