Jungle Bar: Great cocktails
The “Jungle Bar” is an attractive circular building in the centre of the grounds, with a thatch roof, open sides, and a variety of seating options – comfortable sofas, bar stools, and wooden chairs and tables on an open deck.
The bar staff are very friendly and will mix you any drink – they make a great Martini and Cosmopolitan, we found. Each evening there is a “cocktail of the day” on offer, and I was particularly impressed with the one on the first evening, “Herbal Passion” – a blend of vodka, ginger, lime juice and mint. Incidentally, you find out about the cocktail and evening menu via an information sheet that is delivered to your room each afternoon, which also carries a weather forecast (when we were there, rain and more rain, and maybe a light drizzle!), information on tours and more.
Although I’ve included this as a “Nightlife” tip, the bar is in fact open from 6.00 (when coffee is served for early risers) until the last guest goes to bed. We came in for fruit juice a couple of times – I can highly recommend the sorrel juice which is blended with a touch of ginger and is really refreshing.
Dress Code: Come as you are – although I noticed that most guests did make a bit of an effort to dress up a little in the evenings here
Cocopele Bar: Damn cool !!!
It's a great night-spot ... although they open from 1PM till 2AM. They have free internet for their customers, villar tables, two nice bars, great music ... and an excellent atmosphere!
Dress Code: It's Belize ... which means: casual !!
Outdoors: A Full Moon
In truth, mostly at night we just went to bed after dinner. I did spend some time one night when it was relatively clear trying to take a picture of the full moon and watching Romeo, the tame toucan who lived at Clarissa Falls, and the cat who was trying (unsuccessfully) to catch him.
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