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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... place...one I would love to come back too...will check out timeshare when I get home. It was Sunday and the beautiful church was full. There was a family fun run happening along the beautiful boulevard along the beach front. Not many of the shops were open at this hour and we were able to have a good look around as well as get some great photos. There are fabulous bronze statues and sculptures all the way ...
... to find. Pretty basic dorm room. Dorm beds are $18 BZD ($9 AUD) per person. The beds are comfortable but the bathrooms are pretty ******. The whole place could do with a bit of love. The owners and the bar people don't seem to do much all day. Place is good enough though. Caye Caulker- Dirty McNastys. Was a pretty good hostel. Under construction and any time you go it will probably be awesome, rumors of a swimming pool. Rooms were clean and had own bathrooms. Dorm beds ...
... We lugged ourselves and our packs up to the food court where we witnessed every do-rag and baby daddy Minneapolis had to offer, not for us at all. We scoffed down dinner and headed back to the airport for where we experienced the worst overnight stay in an airport yet. Not even testing the seats provided we walked around the airport hunting for the perfect piece of carpet to curl up on. Finding a place next the the escalator we prepared for a long wait with the lady on the ...
... noticed there were a couple whales we could see going up and down in the water. We watched them for several minutes before they were out of view. We didn't go out on any whale watching tours this year so were thrilled that we got to see some from shore.
The temperature was about 80 and mostly sunny the two weeks we were there. That's about 10 degrees warmer than Arizona and just perfect for being by the pool and walking the beach which was how we spent most of our time.
... the Malecon to enjoy a few brews and some drinking company and wait for the tsunami to come in. The beaches are to be closed at 2, and the disaster crew is gathered by the bomberos stand to the left of us, and the emergency measures helicopter goes up and down the deserted beach, flying 15’ off the seas level where the water meets the sand. The all-inclusives have pulled in their chairs, and Laura from Texas, the guy from Las Wages, and I sit at our tables on the patio. ...