Our guide, Alfredo, was a wealth of knowledge, telling us about the history of Belize and about the plants, rocks, trees, and animals found there. The lunch served were excellent. It included both chicken and shrimp, accompanied by beans and rice, sauteed veggies, and freshly-squeezed orange juice. Dessert was ice cream or fresh fruit. All mouth-watering! We were the only four on the tour, so it was a little more personalized. Alfredo even took us through Belize City on our way back to the ship to see the various buildings, such as the oldest church in North America, that he had mentioned earlier in his narration. We were disappointed that many of the things mentioned in the ad we did not see. I asked about the lagoon and was shown what looked like a drainage ditch. There were few flowers - a couple of orchid plants, with either buds or very tiny flowers. Most of the tour was spent in the house within two rooms, where artifacts were on the walls, shelves, or window ledges. Much of the time was spent sitting and listening to Alfredo, as we sipped cool water, which was much appreciated.
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