We met Eric in the grocery store in San Pedro. Eric was very friendly and professional so we decided to book a full day tour which included the Xunantunich Mayan ruins, zip lining, and cave tubing. No details were omitted and Eric met us at the airport with breakfast and freshly squeezed orange juice (one of the ladies in our party is a vegetarian and Eric gladly provided her with fresh fruit). We opted for the airplane ride as we knew we had a lot to pack into one day. Once we landed in Belize City David, Eric's brother was the hostess with the mostest. Refreshments were also provided enroute to our adventures (rum punch, beer, and snacks from local fruit stands). At the Mayan Ruins one of the girls experienced a fear of heights and Brown Sugar the Mayan guide personally escorted her to the top and back down easing her fears. We stopped for a tasty island fare lunch after the ruins. The zip lining was the favorite activity for all and the cave tubing was the perfect ending to a perfect day. This made a lifetime memory for three ladies from the frozen tundra ( Minnesota).