Thatch Caye Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the most 'western' type border we've been to in terms of organisation and officialness. No problems there either even though it's not the best stamp in the passport. About another 20 minutes drive the other side of the border and we arrived in a 'town' (I put it in quotation marks as it's not really a town, just a few houses and shops along a road). San Ignacio is it's name and we are staying in what they called a rustic ecolodge. Now on this trip ...
... better way to spend the holiday than celebrating with just the two of us in a foreign country. But then again, my imagination is always off in some foreign country, so no new revelations there.
Every trip must come to an end, but not without one last pit-stop… we obviously had to go to the Belize National Zoo. I FINALLY got to see the my much-anticipated ...
Today the weather was yet again really good. After a solid breakfast of a fried egg sandwich and some cinnamon bread toast I had my first shift with the monkeys. As others do, I decided to take a water bottle in. Within minutes Izzie stole this from me and managed to screw open the bottle, letting all the water out and then covering it in mud whilst chewing it. Luckily in wasn't anything fancy just an old ...
... What helped was that Emil was an incredible guide and so passionate about what he does. We always felt safe with him and that he was taking care of us. He did some things with us in the cave that he said he couldn't do with a larger group (guides can take up to eight people), so we were grateful that we pretty much had a private tour. Emil dropped us off back at Hector's and we took a much needed shower before spending the rest of the evening in our room and taking a short walk through ...
I can't believe that my last blog was so long ago. I am back on track health wise though eaten alive at the moment! Just had 10 days in Guatemala and I think it is a wonderful place, but the weather just is difficult at the moment. It's either extremely hot and humid so I can hardly breathe or it's raining like there's going to be a flood or if we are high up in the mountains it's cold enough to wear a fleece. All this in the space of a few hours. Sometimes it's hard to keep up. Since ...