Travel Blogs from Belize

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Lazy Days on the Cayes, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Lazy Days on the Cayes

A travel blog entry by nybridge

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... of frozen fish, chicken & lobster in single serve sizes). Although great food is readily available all over the island, Belize is definitely a place where for the long term traveller, cheap living wherever possible is a good idea. Having fairly ...

Punta Gorda, Punta Gorda, Belize travel blog

Punta Gorda

A travel blog entry by mariejeanwilson

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We left Placencia on the Hokey Pokey water taxi, a small but fast boat that gets you onto the mainland and bus route without having to drive all the way back up the dirt road to the highway.   Waiting for the bus to Punta Gorda we met 2 other ...

Is good to be back in the Commonwealth, Orange Walk, Belize travel blog

Is good to be back in the Commonwealth

A travel blog entry by pjcrus

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... leaving till the following day and so she decided to tag to Orange Walk. Crossing the border was easy and i immediately liked Belize. The houses, the people and best of all English was their offical language. We arrived in Orange Walk and headed down to ...

The best archaelogical site, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

The best archaelogical site

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy

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... hour and a half later I had now given up on my supposed lift and was starting to come up with alternative plans. In Belize they speak English so communication in difficult situations is much easier. I asked a friendly looking local if He was heading to ...

Da beach, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Da beach

A travel blog entry by bretmcnally

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We stayed at ladyville for the first while. Nothing there but the airport. Wouldn't recommend it. The regular buses down to placencia all the drivers went on strike because of the poor condition of the buses, no brakes, worn out brakes etc. So we had to ...

Off to Belize, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Off to Belize

A travel blog entry by brabzzz

... Good beer too. And as for the food, we had an awesome (and cheap) Chinese. Not as random as it sounds...Belize has a significant Chinese population (although with only 300,000 people, Belize itself is smalllll). We stopped in Placenica/Mango Creek for ...

Day 17 - Cave kayaking near San Ignacio, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Day 17 - Cave kayaking near San Ignacio

A travel blog entry by sd0744

... we arrived at the border where the fun started. Unfortunately the South Korean, Seoun Young needed a visa and passport photos to enter Belize which she had neither. So our tour leader, Jennie left her at the border and told her to walk back half a mile ...

Go slow, you'd better Belize it., Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Go slow, you'd better Belize it.

A travel blog entry by craigandnat

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... place is very Caribbean and and evenings are spent sipping rum punches and listening to Bob Marley. Go slow is the national motto in Belize and nothing could be closer to the truth in Caye Caulker.  There are no cars on the island and the main form ...

Champion Fisherwoman, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

Champion Fisherwoman

A travel blog entry by camryna

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On Tuesday, I stayed home and worked on some homework, while others went snorkeling and fishing. It was good to get caught up on my work. I decided to take a break and go fishing off the dock!  Robby helped me for maybe a minute but then he ...

Caving?  You'd better Belize it., San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Caving? You'd better Belize it.

A travel blog entry by craigandnat

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That pun just gets better and better. Our next stop was the small town of San Ignacio.  Nothing much of interest here other than its location among some of the best caving in the world, so that's pretty much what we did. We were given various caving ...

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