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... practically all day long and though that the weather was going to stabilize later. Unfortunately it didnīt happen and kept raining until late evening. Well, October is still a wet month in Central America so it might rain quite a lot, especially if you have a bad luck. We were so bored with Caye Caulker after 2 days of doing nothing that we agreed to leave the following day.
Finally we didnīt enjoy Caya Caulker as much as we expected. Our impression about ...
... friendly people and good food. It was recommended to me.
6 D's Hostel, formerly Val's Backpackers http://www.valsbackpackerhostel.com/ . Nice owner, book exchange. The mattresses were air beds which is a little unusual.
7 Yaxche Jungle Camp http://yaxchejunglecamp.com/Home_Page.h tml I liked it. The bunkhouse was clean, the food good and cheap, the owners very nice and ...
At 10am we arrive at the tiny port in Chetumal, Mexico, where we are catching a boat to the Belizean island of Caye Caulker. While we line-up to get through immigration, a small drinks kiosk is blearing Calypso, Reggae and old school Ragga tunes almost as a taste of things to come.
After getting our passports stamped, we are escorted to a small boat by two Spanish-speaking Belizeans. The Reggae ...
... I particularly enjoyed Pizza Caulker, who would have thought you would find really good pizza on a tiny island in Belize, but here it was. The place was run by a crazy French Canadian guy who was great fun.
I dived several times with the same people and there were some great dive buddies, I dived most days with Leslie and Paul, I did two night dives with Erin and Mark, who got engaged on the island. I was also lucky enough to dive ...
... nocturnal animals but were too tired after dinner. We sat with an English family and a girl who met at the lodge who live in the same town and only about four streets away from each other!
On Wednesday morning we were up early. Yup – surprise, surprise! There’s not much of a choice with the noisy birds and early sunrise! After breakfast we were joined by an older couple, both ex-army, for a tour to Xunantunich; a Mayan ruin. The gentleman enjoyed telling ...