Travel Blogs from Belize

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You better Belize it, Ambergris Caye, Belize travel blog

You better Belize it

A travel blog entry by agunited4


... Caye. Ambergris Caye is a 25 mile long island but is sparsely populated. The island is about 35 miles off the mainland of Belize and is bordered by the second longest barrier reef in the world. This makes for extremely calm waters inside the reef. The ...

House Hunters International, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

House Hunters International

A travel blog entry by mikeywaz


Went house hunting with Judy today. We looked at a place on the beach just north of town in a great neighborhood. Great potential. May be out of our reach financially, but we'll see. Heck, we may even end up on House Hunters International. Judy says the ...

Belize Zoo, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Belize Zoo

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary


This morning we packed up and drove to the Belize zoo. On arrival we found we were three inches to tall to get through the gate and so went over the road along a dirt road for about ¾ mile to the Tropical Education Centre Here we managed to squeeze ...

OK Creole, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

OK Creole

A travel blog entry by mothman


... countries have finally come to an end, we“ve crossed border to Carribean Island of Caye Caulker in English Speaking Belize, a former British colony and a completely different vibe to countries we“ve visitited recently. Pace of life is slow man, we ...

Lunch at June's Kitchen, Corozal, Belize travel blog

Lunch at June's Kitchen

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles


Hi everyone. We had another thunderstorm during the night. This morning it looked like we would be stuck indoors but by noon, the clouds opened up and out came the sun. We decided to walk into town since we needed some supplies. After enjoying fresh ...

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 ...

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