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Thrilled to zoom through the jungle with the howler monkeys yelling from up in the canopy.
I can not say enough good things about our day in Belize. I tell everyone I meet how great our tour in Belize was. We were happy to walk past the crowds waiting for the ship excursions and meet our guide with only our group and four other people!
The trip to our first stop seemed to fly by as Ivar ("don't call me Ivan") pointed out interesting points throughout Belize City and the surrounding area while entertaining us with stories of the history of Belize and even giving us a lesson in the local dialect. Of course he had a little help from Alen the driver! Our first stop was the zipline, which my sisters regard as the highlight of our trip. We had a blast (mosquitos and all) and our zipline guides were fun and helpful. We were thrilled to zoom through the jungle with the howler monkeys yelling from up in the canopy. The pictures were the best!
From the zip lines, Javier guided us through the 40 minute walk that, again, seemed to fly by as he pointed out all the amazing flora and fauna plus being a willing picture taker in some of the best spots. Getting the opportunity to swim in the cool ("refreshing") waters of the river before hitting our tubes felt so nice after the heat of the jungle! Our float through the caverns was very interesting and I loved that it was just our group and not a ton of people I didn't know. That way I could ask individual questions!
After our float we were given the opportunity to sample some of the most delicious chicken and red beans with rice PLUS my new favorite Belikin beer! My only complaint for the entire day is that it ended TOO soon! Oh! And that I couldn't get the recipe for that amazing chicken! I look forward to going back and well definitely book a repeat journey to the caves and on the zip line. My only request would be to have the same guys as our guide.
October 17, 2008