Travel Blogs from Belize

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A Stiff Shot of Rum After Petting a Shark, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

A Stiff Shot of Rum After Petting a Shark

A travel blog entry by moinmotion

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Yay! Just so you all know we made it, we are now on Caye Caulker in Belize. We are sipping on rum and cokes ($1.75 for a VERY stiff drink) as we type. It is hot and sunny, but there is a wonderful breeze coming off of the sea. This has to be THE most laid ...

Big Rock Falls, Mountain Pine Ridge, Belize travel blog

Big Rock Falls

A travel blog entry by boognish

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It took about 45 minutes to get from Green Hills to the trail head for Big Rock Falls.  Very rough road on the way as always.  When entering the Mountain Pine Ridge reserve, our van was stopped and we were given a survey created by a ...

Arrival, Ladyville, Belize travel blog

Arrival

A travel blog entry by boognish

... introduced us to the area a bit as he drove us away from the airport.  He told us about the demographics of Belize, the national animals, and how the national language is English, but most speak Spanish, etc.  He drove us towards the Western ...

Beautiful Belize, Belize, Belize travel blog

Beautiful Belize

A travel blog entry by barbarabryson

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... square. Afterwards we headed to a bar that was mentioned in the lonely planet. Here we got talking to locals (again) about Belize, its culture, people and beliefs (very deep and meaningful!)   The next morning we woke up and began our journey to ...

Restaurants and Bars, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Restaurants and Bars

A travel blog entry by christo58

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... salad or coleslaw and fry plantains.  They also provide excellent places for breakfast. The second largest populous group in Belize is Chinese so there are a large number of the inevitable Chinese restaurants of varying standards most of them are ...

Return Trip to Belize City, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Return Trip to Belize City

A travel blog entry by christo58

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... of a couple of back packers (Lewis and Emma) who required a lift back to the City, we decided to risk coming back to Belize City.  After 1 1/4 hrs on the road we arrived at the crossing a found a large queue of trucks, buses and vans not a good ...

Our last day here in Cayo - for now:-), Sunday In San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Our last day here in Cayo - for now:-)

A travel blog entry by byebyesnow

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... probably return at some point. Tomorrow we'll catch a plane down to Punta Gorda or PG as it' s known here. We have to go to Belize Municipal first, but even at $200 it's a lot better than the scary buses and the 8-10 hours we'd spend on a bus.  ...

Alright...we're here...Belize City airport, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Alright...we're here...Belize City airport

A travel blog entry by papayaprincess

Alrighty we've arrived in Belize and it's definitely different from any other country I've visited so far...the airline lost our luggage so we had to drive into Belize City to find some clothes...it was a very intriguing endeavour...the one traffic light ...

Sailing and snorkelling trip in Caye Caulker, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Sailing and snorkelling trip in Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by mini_v

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Best day of the trip so far!! Brekkie at Amor Y Cafe to start with and then a morning stroll down to Raggamuffin tours! Our boat for the day was the Ragga Gal and our captains were Captain Shane and Captain Vito! Off we go on our sailing trip to the ...

Southern Mayan Ruins, Nimu Punit, Belize travel blog

Southern Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by rcr1

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... things before passing over into the next life. The ruins are set high up under the Maya Mountains overlooking Honduras, Guatemala and Belize. On this site are carved stelae documents.  Each stone has a purpose, whether to worship one of the Gods or ...

BELIZE IT OR NOT THE AMISH ARE HERE!, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

BELIZE IT OR NOT THE AMISH ARE HERE!

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... and some powerful spotlights and ventured into Barton Creek Cave.  This is the longest subterranean archaeological sites in Belize.  It has some amazing stalagmites and stalactites and crystal formations but what we were interested in seeing ...

Depart  Belize., Belize City, Belize travel blog

Depart Belize.

A travel blog entry by christo58

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Family members came to say Goodbye.  Many ears in Del's eyes ...

Inland Belize, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Inland Belize

A travel blog entry by marmaladejenn

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... , and tried not to fall on any crystal formations or pottery. The photos don´t do the cave justice. If you´re ever in Belize this is definitely worth a visit. I stayed in a little hotel in the middle of town called Elvira´s Guest House. It was ...

Belize, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Belize

A travel blog entry by racinghippo

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... produced no ill effects after half an hour. GAME ON! We were on the second tender across from our mooring to Belize City :) The Former British Crown Colony of British Honduras is about the size of Wales, but has a population of ...

Pirates of the Cribbean, sort of!, Placencia, Belize travel blog

Pirates of the Cribbean, sort of!

A travel blog entry by garyjampot

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7th January 2010: Set off on my island hopping 3 day sailing trip with Ragamuffin tours in wet and windy conditions but we were assured it would get better before it got worse. The captain was Jermaine with Jacob, just back from another trip that morning ...

Belize and the weird Rasta Language, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Belize and the weird Rasta Language

A travel blog entry by jamesdouglas

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... we had just visited the jungle ruins of Tikal in Northern Guatemala and we were ready to leave and see something new. On arriving in Belize I was, literally, in shock from the fact that the SIGNS WERE IN ENGLISH! What the hell was going on? 7 months of ...

Cave Diving....Brrrrrrrr!, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Cave Diving....Brrrrrrrr!

A travel blog entry by 5tarf15h

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... assistant walks up to us and tells us to get into the Forgio, anyway. The Forgio is the largest natural cave in all of Belize with large channels of water flowing underneath it. Once we get into the cave, we put on our diving suits and wait for our ...

Getting ready for the move, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Getting ready for the move

A travel blog entry by katyinbelize

... after a night in Guate City and then another night on the island of Flores, we're back to the devil's heat of Belize. I just bought a stove and mattress and some plastic storage buckets for water. While I was buying the plastic things from a kid ...

Unbelizeable, Ambergris Caye, Belize travel blog

Unbelizeable

A travel blog entry by mknox

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... around outside terminal and dropped 4 people off before heading back up the runway. We stopped for approx. 3.5 min. The next stop was Belize City Municipal airport and this time we all had to get off for 10 minutes whilst we refueled. On the final leg I ...

Idyllic Paradise, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Idyllic Paradise

A travel blog entry by dave-baker

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Jan 7th - A lovely little motor boat ride into Belize, and checked into a beach front hotel, which is nice, except for the building of a supermarket next door.  Caye Caulker is beautiful, an idyllic Caribbean island with golden sand for streets, ...

The thing with Belize..., San Pedro, Belize travel blog

The thing with Belize...

A travel blog entry by copernicus

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... ride back to San Pedro as tensions are pretty high on the catamaran. Luckily I dose off on a bean bag and when I wake, I am sun burned on one side and feel pretty thirsty. The thing with Belize is that nothing is ever what they tell you it's going to ...

Belize it or NOT!, Belize City, Belize travel blog

Belize it or NOT!

A travel blog entry by quickroute

... A taxi to the wrong bus terminal didn't help but soon we were on route to Puerto Cortes but missed the last ferry to Belize. Instead we headed to the Guatemalan border and got an overcrowded sweat bucket minibus to Puerto Barrios. It was like the old joke ...

Movin' On Down the Road, San Ignacio, Belize travel blog

Movin' On Down the Road

A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto

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... 3 minutes to the airport in the morning.  Rain and wind let up before our plane arrived, so flight to Belize Municipal airport was not a problem.   We had arranged for a ride to San Ignacio with William at Belize ...

Beach to Beach, Hopkins, Belize travel blog

Beach to Beach

A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto

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... the cottage a dozen times while we were sitting waiting for our drive.  So, Kay is going to put them on a plane to Belize International and we will pick them up when we are on our way home on Thursday.  We hope.  While we were sorting all ...

Belize City- I Touched a Jaguar. And survived., Belize City, Belize travel blog

Belize City- I Touched a Jaguar. And survived.

A travel blog entry by travellerlp

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... know that the ATM Cave is a must-see in Belize, but I actually very much dislike being underground. And after googling 'ATM Cave Belize Spider' I didn't have many more reasons to go. So we had a true vacation day- chilling around the pool, napping, eating ...

At the Five Sisters Lodge, Caracol, Belize travel blog

At the Five Sisters Lodge

A travel blog entry by bumihills

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Our stay at the lodge was brief but we had a wonderful time hiking around the Five Sisters Waterfalls while others in our group opted to check out the ruins at Caracol.  There is a tram which runs from the lodge down to the waterfall area but it was ...

No roads, no cars and lobster for every meal, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

No roads, no cars and lobster for every meal

A travel blog entry by jfeezy

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... the best sunset of the trip at the Split. Once again, it was lobster for every meal, with dinner at Rose's being the best of Belize. We hand picked our lobster and fish and the cook plopped them on the grill and cooked them up right below our table. After ...

Sun and Fun on Caye Caulker, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Sun and Fun on Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by peterandbe

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Peter and I have been enjoying the sun on Caye Caulker since Monday afternoon. Our week has consisted of waking up late, swimming in the warm Caribbean waters (very salty), sunbathing, eating fresh fruit, riding our bikes around. It's easy to ...

It's been raining cats and dogs!, San Pedro, Belize travel blog

It's been raining cats and dogs!

A travel blog entry by mxcna78

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... out of our hotel. It has been raining cats and dogs! We are waiting for our 1p.m. water taxi to take us back to Belize City. We fly into Costa Rica via El Salvador this evening. We are currently hanging out at an internet cafe as it has been raining a ...

Unwinding after training, Caye Caulker, Belize travel blog

Unwinding after training

A travel blog entry by gypsymichelle

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I flew into Belize City and then took a water taxi out to Caye Caulker. This is the most laid back place you could ever hope for. The only motorized vehicle I saw on the island the whole week was the beer delivery pickup truck. I hung out with ...

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