Travel Blogs from Belize

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Cave Tubing, Hummingbird Highway, Belize travel blog

Cave Tubing

A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... , Mario told us about the formations of the caves. Basically it is mostly limestone rock which is easily erodible, giving Belize soapy of these karst networks and caves. There were many stalactites, stalagmites and columns, all in different interesting ...

Pool day!!!, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Pool day!!!

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


... . They treated us like full paying guests the entire time we were at their resort. Kudos! Today was probably the best day in Belize so far. It ended with an awesome view of the full moon over the Caribbean Sea. Hope you enjoy the pictures. Until ...

SCUBA Day 1, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog


A travel blog entry by shab3780

... lady, a younger nice lady, and a couple little girls and one baby girl, there was also a guy who conveniently worked for San Pedro Belize Express Water Taxi. He made a few calls and found that my passport had arrived, was in the office (the one I had been ...

Barton Creek, Cayo, Belize travel blog

Barton Creek

A travel blog entry by ren_n_ems


We ended up going to Barton Creek instead of Mountain Pine Ridge as we were stitched up by the Eva´s Restaurant Outfit. Long story but we were not impressed. But the Bartons Creek tour was good and the guide (Johnny) knew his stuff. The tour was a ...

I Fell in Love With San Pedro..., San Pedro, Belize travel blog

I Fell in Love With San Pedro...

A travel blog entry by mikeywaz


... out later it had been burning since midnight and they weren't exactly winning the war. Had to call in reinforcements from Belize City, since the local volunteer fire department has little equipment. Nice. Then we stopped at a nearby bar and talked with ...

A couple of last nights in the jungle, Caves Branch, Belize travel blog

A couple of last nights in the jungle

A travel blog entry by teirrac


... into Guatemala were changed by some extreme rainy weather, so I decided to spend a couple of nights at a jungle lodge in Belize.  I picked the lodge primarily because it was near Belize's inland blue hole (different from the one in the ocean) -- ...

Day 18-19 Caye Caulker, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Day 18-19 Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by sd0744


... scraped my back againt the abrasive coral. Back on Caye Caulker, we made the most of our final night in Belize with another seafood barbeque and a few drinks (the barbeque lobster is definitely worth trying). The following morning we ...

Almost lost at sea, Placentia Village, Belize travel blog

Almost lost at sea

A travel blog entry by adamz


Day 1 - Sailing Day 1 Checked in at the tour office and met the people going out on the boat. Unfortunately the guy from Amsterdam whom I found annoying at the hostel was coming along. Chatted with the Aussies James, Ella and Sara on the way out as well ...

Belize baby, Ambergris Caye, Belize travel blog

Belize baby

A travel blog entry by shanem


... to be to cram as many people onto the bus as possible and then squeeze some more in, like the Central Line in the mornings. Belize zoo is regarded the finest in Latin America and it certainly had the most natural look and feel to a zoo I have ...

of people past and present, Yaxha, Guatemala travel blog

of people past and present

A travel blog entry by crashdot


Today was an all around good day. Early this morning I tagged along with Gretchen, an American from Wyoming whom I met the other day at Tikal, as she had arranged for a car to take us to Yaxha. Yaxha is a Late Classic and Post Classic Mayan city, and has ...

Paradise Caye Caulker & Belize City, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Paradise Caye Caulker & Belize City

A travel blog entry by livingthedream


... Sea. USD$20 for a room with shared bath. Boats – there are a few operators so check them all out. They leave Belize City regularly. Snorkelling and Diving – a heap of outfits on the main drag. Make sure they have other people booked in with ...

My 1st Myan ruins, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

My 1st Myan ruins

A travel blog entry by agunited4


Today I said goodbye to Erick as he had to head back to Mexico this morning. It has been a great trip so far and we had a blast together. Him leaving has made me realize how fast the trip is going by and how soon its going to be me thats leaving so Im ...

Caye Caulker Day 4, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Caye Caulker Day 4

A travel blog entry by ryanaross

Beach day. Signed up for diving the blue hole on Wednesday. Had delicious food, made serious progress on my books, dived in the clear waters. This hostel (Bella's) is my favorite hostel ever and that makes a big difference! Said goodbye to many people ...

Recap of sailing trip, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Recap of sailing trip

A travel blog entry by agunited4


... Ericks shoe came crashing down on him. After Placencia I will be heading west for a day of adventure in the caves of western Belize before crossing the border into Guatemala. I'll be there for about a week before I fly to Costa Rica to meet up ...

Almost mexican, Corozol, Belize travel blog

Almost mexican

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally

Jan 2. Hopped a boat to Corozol. Every one drinking quite a few beers and no bathroom = long boat ride. Very spanish up here. No beer at hotel so we wondered around. Jodys dad bought a wood boat from some crack head, good deal though he must have needed ...

Rodeo., Near Georgeville, Belize travel blog


A travel blog entry by mikeandger


We awoke early on Sunday April 29, 2007 and took our time making breakfast, eating breakfast and washing the dishes before we both sat down to relax until 9:00am when we were going to have our showers and get dressed for church. Geraldine went to the ...

Blue Hole, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Blue Hole

A travel blog entry by juniorandange

We caught a 5am bus from Flores Guatemala to Belize City across the border. Belize City was not very nice and it's very dangerous so we didn’t leave the ferry terminal where the bus dropped us off. We then caught a ferry to Caye Caulker 30mins away. ...

We made it to Belize!, Corozal, Belize travel blog

We made it to Belize!

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


... the building for inspection (another reason for traveling light). When we told the border patrol agent that we were staying in Belize for a month, she looked surprised and wanted to know if we had anymore luggage. Nope! All we needed were a couple of ...

We Shall Return, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

We Shall Return

A travel blog entry by mikeywaz

We went for a nice walk along the beach this morning. Ended up at Estele's for breakfast. We had heard many good things about it and it lived up to expectations. For the first time since we got here, the air was absolutely still, so it was a hot one. We ...

This is where I long to be, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

This is where I long to be

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny


La isla Bonita has been San Pedro's alterego since Madonna wrote her song about this island at the north end of the Belizean reef and it's a marketeers dream. The phrase is on town maps, launderettes, refuse lorries,.. everywhere. Is it a ...

Belizean Dreams, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Belizean Dreams

A travel blog entry by mikeywaz


... Tackle Box Lounge on a pier near our hotel. We met a local guy who sold us a PUP party shirt that says "I Believe in Belize." Great souvenir. Tomorrow morning, we'll be up at 6 am for the water taxi to Belize City and our Zipline and CaveTubing ...

Snorkeling in the Caribbean, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Snorkeling in the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


... where we had lunch at a local restaurant. Jeff and I shared a lobster dinner. Since we hadn't had lobster yet while in Belize, we thought it was time to enjoy some. It was delicious. Fresh lobster definitely has a milder taste than lobster that is ...

Caye Caulker, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by mikeywaz


We again met Judy this morning and went over to the beach house. Gaby the contractor met us and answered some questions about remodeling. He thinks everything would cost less than $15,000 USD. Not too bad. We talked to the woman who lives next door about ...

Caracol, Caracol, Belize travel blog


A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


... of 80 square kilometres and had a population of 150 to 200, 000.The first area we came to has the tallest man-made structure in Belize, and it measures 42 metres from the base to the top. At the top you can get some amazing views over the jungle as well ...

Rainy Friday, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Rainy Friday

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


Hi everyone. Well, the day is finally here. We are heading to the island in about 2 hours by plane as the water taxi is closed for the rest of the month so they can do some refurbishing of the boat before the tourist season starts. Good thing because ...

Tis the season, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Tis the season

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally


Took the bus to belize city then a water taxi to the island of caye caulker. Found a room for the night. We ran into dirk and brenda on the street.Hung out on the beach all day hopping from restaurant to restaurant sampling the drinks. JOdy and connie are ...

An expensive detour, Placencia, Belize travel blog

An expensive detour

A travel blog entry by pjcrus


... , there was no wind and the sea was like glass. Just my luck My bad luck with whale sharks would continue. The Seychelles, Belize then Honduras where they were swimming with whale sharks on the north side of Utila but being a dive master in training i ...

Finally Getting Comfortable in Belize, Belmopan, Belize travel blog

Finally Getting Comfortable in Belize

A travel blog entry by shab3780

It's taken me a while, but I'm finally at a place where I can't honestly say its not so bad to be here. I know my way around town - well, to the market, the bank, the internet cafe, one grocery store, the children's home, and the volunteer home. It might ...

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

A travel blog entry by agunited4


Today we visited the cave known as Actun Tunichil Muknal or more commonly ATM. The trip started off with a 45 minute hike through the rainforest which including wading through three fast moving rivers and climbing some hills. At the mouth of the cave is ...

Another beautiful day in Belize, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Another beautiful day in Belize

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


... it is still humid. By the time we get back from our walk to town, we are ready for a shower. But, hey! We are in Belize. 3) Nothing moves fast around here. It is a very laid back pace of life. 4) people here are very friendly. As we were walking ...

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