Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel Belize
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Travel Blogs from Belize City
... hand felt so badly for shooting at these fish so I had to make up stories in my head about how if I was aiming for a fish he was the bad fish in the fish community, he was the bully, so I had to be the good guy and kill him to benefit all the other fish. It sounds silly, but I literally felt so bad for shooting at them so I gave up right away. Anthony caught 3 on the spear gun!! He was in his ...
... In retrospect I should of taken it up, where or when else will I be able to travel time? Oh why oh why. My pace of travelling has slowed down and I've had alot of time to sit in local places Watch life go by. Slowly. Everything seems to run on Africa time. Once I seen 13 people gathered around a man passing the time watching him chopping coconuts. I seen some other odd things; An Amish person buying a shopping trolley full of mucho nachos. A white ...
... everyone was on the bus, the owner got on to give us instructions. I've never had such detailed instructions on a bus trip! A few of his tips- 1-You can only pee in the bus toilet; if you need to do more, go on the Belize side of the border. You won't want to use the bathrooms on the Guatemalan side! 2-If the Guatemalan immigration asks for Q20 (which is illegal), give it to them or they might not stamp your passport and then you won't be able to leave the ...
... in his own tube, paddling and pulling us along. Pedro was at the side and back, talking to us, helping. It was so enjoyable! Not scary at all!! I wish I could bring Caleb here to experience this!
The most stupid thing I did was that my underwater camera ran out of battery! I can't believe I was this stupid! Last night I checked and the battery showed full. But today after a few pictures, all the juice was gone. And I did not take the spare battery with me! Ugh!! .... So I did not ...
... and dusty. As this was a whistle stop tour of Belize we were only staying for one night. But that wasn't a problem as in less than 24 hours we hiked all five of the reserves open trails (two were closed for research) setting out at all times of the day and night. Our alarm started beeping at midnight for our third walk and we were feeling pretty groggy. We'd slept in our clothes so we got straight up and put on our head torches. As we stepped out of the cabin we struggled to ...