Rolson Cocina,Cantina & Hotel
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A good hotel with friendly service. We enjoyed our stay very much.
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... I'll never ever forget. I never thought I'd enjoy working with the animals so much and I was extremely sad to leave yesterday morning. I'd love to go back one day if I had the opportunity but now the focus turns to navigating our way through Belize and into Guatemala. So for now, no more cold rainwater showers, snakes living in my room, Carmela lunches, chopping fruit, feeding milk, cleaning ...
Gathered up our laundry while waiting for the rain to stop and played with our new friend Tootsie, the guard dog.
Dropped off 2 bags at the laundry at the end of our drive . . . washed, dried and folded by 4. All for only $14 BZ.
We wondered around a little before lunch . . . checked out the local fruit market. ...
Today was different upon entering the enclosure. Normally Chippa is there read to pounce on me but this morning she seemed less interested! It was actually opposite as Izzie wanted to sit on me and play which was fun!. However it wasn't too long before Chippa wanted to join. Today was my last day on Peccaries and tomorrow I'll be starting the Currasows. They are like evil looking chickens but a more ...
... settled in and ready, Jason and I headed across the short bridge that leads us into San Ignacio. We easily found the main street here which is a pedestrian only street. It is lined with restaurants, bars, shopping, and numerous tour companies. San Ignacio is located near so many natural and archaeological sites, so there are plenty of different tours these companies offer. Hector has already arranged for us to do the most popular tour here tomorrow ...
... the Netherlands, Australia, France, and the U.S.. Everyone is easy-going, friendly, and fun to travel with. On our first night together Anita took us to a local restaurant that was stifling but had good fajitas and live music.
Sunday, July 13 – We headed an hour south to Tulum and spent the afternoon on the beach. In the evening Chris and I went to an excellent local restaurant with the nicest server, Armando.
Monday, July 14 – ...