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August 9, 2005
On arrival, the room wasn’t ready, so we waited a while and chatted to Martha about all the various trip and tours that could be taken from Cayo.
Once our room was ready, we were in for quite a surprise, as we had the whole top floor all to ourselves. This included a queen-size bed and two singles, with plenty of space and lots of really sweet touches, like a teddy bear on the bed, pottery vases, and books left out to be read. The bathroom (complete with a scale to see how much weight we had put on) was huge. Big sliding doors lead us out to a full balcony that stretched the length of the room and had a table and chairs, rocking chair, and two hammocks. Heaven! The view down onto the town was great, and I could have just hung out on that balcony all day sipping Belikins and people-watching. This particular room did not have air-conditioning, but high vaulted ceilings and portable fans, which we trained on our bed, as it was very hot. The sliding door didn’t lock, so even though we were up on the fourth floor, I did feel a little uneasy about this, as it would have taken just a little time to have added a lock.
Martha’s Kitchen is the restaurant linked to the hotel, and even though we chose to eat elsewhere, I heard really good reviews on it. This hotel also has people who will do your laundry for just a few dollars.
From journal From Jungle Juice to Panty Rippers
November 15, 2002
From journal Adventure in the Cayo Region