Thatch Caye Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the rain. But it was now the middle of September, and my corn was trying to live off the 3/4 inch it got on my Birthday and what little dew it got each night. The plants pretty much stopped growing where they were at...didn't die...but stopped growing. Some corn was only 2 feet tall..they tasseled, (male part of the plant that grows on top of the plant, it pollinates the female part and a corn cob is born) There's more to it ...
... them were nibbling me at the same time, one on each foot and one on my back. It was magical and just so peaceful and lovely :) Having a manatee chew on your foot is like a weird, but good foot massage.
As Molly still isn't here, I fed the babies their yogurt through their cage today, which was adorable. Inine loves yogurt, so I'm hoping he will now associate me with something positive! Even Maggie drank it through the cage, something she never does! ...
... our driver jump start the van:). We got back to the lodge in time to hike down to the river with inter tubes. We floated down the river for about 45 minutes - without seeing another person! Max was sure a barracuda was attacking his bottom, however he was quick to calm down and enjoy the ride! After a long day, we headed to the bar for dinner and had exciting guests - cincojous. All three were eating bananas out of guests hands and hanging by the trees from their ...
... humid, about 30C, as we reached the top and took in the amazing views of the surroundings and we could see the border with Guatemala in the distance. After taking in the sites we headed to Benny's Cafe back across the river in San Jose Cuccotz a small village near the ruins and had pulled pork tacos a local Belizean favourite. The rest of the afternoon we relaxed back at the Eco Lodge getting biting by Mosquitos every second and planned the next days travel with the ...
... stayed in my fair share of rustic places so I was prepared and to be honest it's not actually that bad. So they don't have hot showers, or working plugs in the rooms and the toilets are shared holes that you have to put a pile of wood clippings on once your done but it's fine. All part of the journey ;) Had supermarket bought supernoodle type things for dinner as food is getting more and more expensive so we are all being careful with money. The ...