Travel Blogs from Belize

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Belmopan, Belmopan, Belize travel blog

Belmopan

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

This morning we set off initially to Belmopan, the capital of Belize. We wanted to go to two embassies to get some tourist info and check on Visa requirements. As it was it took us three hours driving round to find the places, there are no road maps of ...

Baboon Sanctuary, Bermudan Landing, Belize travel blog

Baboon Sanctuary

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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... us up. They tend to start howling about 5. 30 am. This morning we just had a slow start and walked down to the Belize river, although we did not see anything apart from birds. From here we went back into the Baboon sanctuary and spent a while watching ...

BELIZE, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

BELIZE

A travel blog entry by ilaria

Hello to everyone, Caye Caulker is such a cool place. It´s like being in little Jamaica. So different from Mexico! Cleaner frendlier and unfortunately more expensive too. Internet prices are ridicolous hence I will keep this short. I will post some ...

Willkommen in der Karibik, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Willkommen in der Karibik

A travel blog entry by vivi_markus

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... , El Salvador und Guatemala verlassen. Nach einem kurzen Fußmarsch gelangten wir zum Immigrationsposten von Belize und damit in englischsprachiges Commonwealthgebiet. Plötzlich Englisch? Markus bedankte sich bei dem sympathischen Grenzbeamten, ...

Schnorcheln mit Haien und Manatees, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Schnorcheln mit Haien und Manatees

A travel blog entry by vivi_markus

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Heute starteten wir etwas später in den Tag als in letzter Zeit und fühlten uns gestärkt für unsere bevorstehende Schnorcheltour auf der wir neben Haien und Rochen hoffentlich auch Manatees zu Gesicht bekommen würden. Um 10:15 ...

Aus der Vogelperspektive, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Aus der Vogelperspektive

A travel blog entry by vivi_markus

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... ßlich gut zwei Stunden wartend am Flughafen bis um 13:30 unser Pilot mit seiner Fünf-Sitz-Cessna aus Belize City eintraf. Diese Verspätung übertraf nun wirklich jegliche mittelamerikanische Vorstellung von Pünktlichkeit und war im ...

Oops...., Corazal, Belize travel blog

Oops....

A travel blog entry by elltrev

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... ago when I was a fresh faced 18 year old wandering the mountains in Honduras. What's more, is that I hadn't realy enjoyed my Belize experience as much as I was hoping to - the weather constantly seemed to conspire against me (more on that later), and I ...

Mesosorry, Ambergris caye, Belize travel blog

Mesosorry

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally

... were all fairly well behaved though. Its weird actually having something important to celebrate. Next day we saw my mom and dad off to belize city, then wallowed around in our own self pity for the rest of the day. New years day we left for Corozol in ...

Day 37, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Day 37

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy

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We moved to a new hostel called the happy lobster and then walked straight up to the dive shop that were taking us snorkelling for the day. There were only 4 other people in our group so it was perfect. The first site we went to was called Hol Chan and ...

Corozal - time for a new country, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Corozal - time for a new country

A travel blog entry by gareth.alanna

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... soon on our way to the new lands of Belize. Three and a half hours later and we were in Chetumal, where Mexico meets Belize. Blondie here has her first major shocker and I soon discover I've left my sunglasses on the bus. Racing back to hopefully ...

New country, no. 39 / Neues Land, Nummer 39, Somewhere in the jungle, Belize travel blog

New country, no. 39 / Neues Land, Nummer 39

A travel blog entry by infiniteroad

... Die Ausreise aus Guatemala ist einfach und wir essen noch was Kleines und wechseln die letzten Quetzal. Dann Einreise nach Belize: Zuerst Quarantäne Inspektion und irgendetwas an den Töff sprühen und natürlich zahlen. Dann Immigration und Anmeldung ...

Barrier Reef, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Barrier Reef

A travel blog entry by millarmotortour

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... Caulker. Quiet, hammocks, becnh on the private dock. Hanging out with Mattiew(france), Lara(Montana), Yvonne(Dutch). Back to Belize City AM and then South to the Dangeerie? next city along coast. Highlky recommended part of trip. Even snorkellers ...

Actun Tunchil Muknal (ATM) cave or All That Money, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Actun Tunchil Muknal (ATM) cave or All That Money

A travel blog entry by pjcrus

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... doubt at the back of my mind After receiving some banana bread and beer for my birthday, i retired to bed. I had spent 2 weeks in Belize and really enjoyed my time here. I had met a lot of good people and remet people from my time in Antigua. Tomorrow ...

Niu Countri!! - Belize, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Niu Countri!! - Belize

A travel blog entry by veromarcos

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... did bring some higher level of life with it! There is only one bad thing in Placencia...internet is highly expensive ($8 Belize dolars per hour - $4 US). So...there will be no more entries until we start moving again. We will update entries from ...

Border Crossing Belize to Guatemala, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Border Crossing Belize to Guatemala

A travel blog entry by shanem

... him a number back. He whipped out the calculator and sure enough be laughed and went with my number. 2 minutes later I was through Belize emmigrations and walking to Guatemalan immigrations. It all seemed very laxidazy, very open. I racked up to a counter ...

La Milpa, La Milpa, Belize travel blog

La Milpa

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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Today we left the camp and drove to the N.W. of the country through the main Mennonite settlement. These are another strong religious sect that originated in Germany; they still speak an old dialect of German. The men must always wear hats, even in bed, ...

Ladyville, Lamanai,, Belize city, Belize travel blog

Ladyville, Lamanai,

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally

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Landed Hot but rainy, Partook in quite alot of Belikin beer. Hotel not very nice but john the american owner is great giving us tips on where to go and giving us free rides. Went to Lamanai ruins. Pretty cool trip. Check out the ...

The ride to San Ignacio, Belize City, Belize travel blog

The ride to San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by travelbee

... so we decided to continue on to the bus station. Once there, It was a bit of a scary place, and all of a sudden his taxi fare seemed like a very good deal. So we ate some lunch at a place in Old Belize and continued on for the 90 minute drive to ...

Trekking to Trek Stop, San Igancio, Belize travel blog

Trekking to Trek Stop

A travel blog entry by lilly_annew

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We took a leisurely day hanging out in our room and walking the grounds here at Clarrisa's this morning. We ate breakfast up at the restaurant and had a visit by a Toucan with a broken beak. I got some good pictures of it but, most of the pictures are on ...

another good week, Caye caulker, Belize travel blog

another good week

A travel blog entry by nealevans

well i lost my heart here and did the blue hole....but which was first... flying i arrived and spent a night in belize city......checking out dive gear on the monday before hitting caye caulker..... then to tom's....island lovely and quiet.....on ...

San Ignacio Day 2, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

San Ignacio Day 2

A travel blog entry by ryanaross

... right across the small one way street from my hotel. Piled into the van, me and 4 couples. There are a lot of couples in Belize I think. Did not experience this in Guatemala but maybe it is the time of year? Dunno. Hour drive to the caves then a good 45 ...

the tacky tourists of Belize, Belize City, Belize travel blog

the tacky tourists of Belize

A travel blog entry by camryna

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... . The oldest male monkey ate a banana out of my hand to. It was without a doubt my favorite thing I have done so far in Belize. I am having a hard time seeing all the stray dogs and puppies. Most of them have mange and are malnourished. I did buy a bag ...

The Best Experience with the Coffee Process, Calarca, Colombia travel blog

The Best Experience with the Coffee Process

A travel blog entry by dgeren

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""LA RECUCA" - Recorrido de la Cultural Cafetera" Amazing place to learn everything about Colombian Coffee. From the outfeets, growing the plants, collect the coffee, process step by step to drink and aromatic cup of Colombian Coffee. mmmmmm ...

Oh what a town, Dangriga, Belize travel blog

Oh what a town

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally

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... was mixing using funnels, milk jugs old and pop bottles behind a cage. It tastes like burning but we got two pop bottles for 6 belize. We gave one to the locals. I had an accident into my hand while chugging a bitters/ beer combo the girls mixed up. ...

the yucatan to belize and back again, Caye caulker, Belize travel blog

the yucatan to belize and back again

A travel blog entry by nealevans

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... and hotel latino....tantrums on isla in playa and tears on buses and hotel rooms....there was tulum beach at dusk and the eye opening belize city after dark. then there was the dock of the bay and the heron at the split but no more cindy's and not too ...

Belize City, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Belize City

A travel blog entry by pjcrus

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... his troubles and really i couldn't be bothered to argue the toss although i thought i was coming out of this deal worse off Belize City is the largest city in Belie and use to be the capital but in 1961 a hurricane almost entirely destroyed the city and ...

mara's place again, Caye caulker, Belize travel blog

mara's place again

A travel blog entry by nealevans

back doing nothing with Sarah and enjoying it...no football ...

belize city, Belize City, Belize travel blog

belize city

A travel blog entry by stevenfearn

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... time team no doubt!!! also managed to barge my way into the caye caulker footy teams training match (they play in the Belize naitional league) and we had ourselves another gringo vs game which we won, apart from all my goals they disallowed turns ...

Orange Walk, Orange Walk, Belize travel blog

Orange Walk

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary

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Drove a bit further inland to the town of Orange Walk, the second largest town in the country. It sounds as if it is big, but when you consider there are only around 280,000 people in the country as a whole you will realize it is quite small in ...

Belize - Hopkins and San Ignacio, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Belize - Hopkins and San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by seanandalexa

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... tubing and caving action. The weather was cool, but no rain meant all was good to go. After spotting a Toucan ( national bird of belize and our first sighting) thanks to Feliz, we headed off with our tubes and head torches. Feliz has been a tour guide at ...

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