Thatch Caye Resort
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... you ears and nose. Nothing dangerous but enough to leave a bruise. I can't say it was an enjoyable experience. Everyone says it better the 2nd time, I wouldn't agree as she searched my face a little, I now have a similar placed cut to Harry Potter but it's more of a straight line. Oh what fun she was... Nevertheless she has to eat! Myself and Ryan covered enrichment again, making some parcels from banana ...
... evening we met with Hector and he helped us with a ton of stuff, including how to prepare for tomorrow's excursion, planning a bit for Guatemala, and figuring out other tours to do. Hector does his own tours as well. We had an easy time chatting again and after we finished planning, Jason and I really loved listening to Hector talk about his family. He is a man with very strong familial values and him and his children are all very close with ...
... we were supposed to hand out, and started getting those organized and distributed. There was a book in there called "Cocaine: Not all it's cracked up to be, A teacher's guide". While we were handing out the prize bags, all of the Standard 3 and 4's decided to practice the song again outside five times because Lynne has told them you have to do something 5 times before you learn it. We were prepared to slit our wrists with pencils, but were ...
... was similar to a cross between the way a lizard and a cat eats. I fed a few leaves to those that were on the ground, careful to make sure that my fingers were well out of the way as the remnants of the leaves got scarfed up.
After we had spent some time with the adults, Umberto took us into the separate habitat for the baby iguanas. They are much greener in color and so little that when he placed them on our hands and shoulders and heads it wasn't ...
San Ignacio is an area in Belize that has lots of caves - so caving is the main activity! We opted for caving via canoe - rather than the option of climbing in and out of small spaces! The cave was really cool (once you got used to the bats flying around). There some really incredible rock formations and the cave was used years ago by the Mayans - you could see some of the remains from their use of the caves, including the skull from one of the many human sacrifices. After ...