Thatch Caye Resort
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... for calm seas and sun. M and I will Dive, and C will snorkel. It's a three tank day!
A young man was selling meat pies while we were there, and the folks at the dive shop didn't want any. I bought three saying, "I'd hate for you to go home and get whooped by your Mama for not selling any." This young man LHAO, likely because he was about 5'9 and 190#.
Now that we knew what was in store for tomorrow, we headed back home ...
... pole and wondering why it was stuck and an iguana was chewing it! I spent most of the day reading outside the cage again. Only started the book yesterday and I'm half way through already. In the evening after dinner we attempted to watch Despicable Me but everyone fell asleep, probably didn't help that someone kindly have me a drowsy anti-histamine. But I did have a good nights ...
... Ryan, being some of the few guys, helped gather 'browse' for the monkeys to eat. This consists of gathering branches and leaves. We had done this earlier which was pretty easy, using the machete to chop branches from a low lying plant. This time it was cutting branches from the treetops, using a pole with cutters on the end. Not being able to see due to the bright, hot sun and being in a fairly dense rainforest environment, this was ...
... back to Lonely Planet and the blogs to sort out how to get there. So the boring details in case anyone ever wants to make the trip from San Ignacio to Poustinia:
- you need to call ahead to get the care taker to open the gates for you (822 3532)
- you can either get the bus from down town or jump in a local cab to Benque Viejo. I opted for the cab on the way there. A nice man hailed one down for me outside the ice cream store opposite the local ...
... one full human skeleton so you can see exactly where the Mayan's left them over 1000yrs ago. Unfortunately early tourists damaged a lot of the pieces stumbling around in the dark trying to take photos and one person in 2012 dropped their camera and it smashed a 1000yr old skull so now there are no photos, no shoes in some areas and a lot of it is roped off to stop further damage. There are numerous caves like this in Belize but this is considered the most important ...