M & N Hotel And Apartments

Chapoose Street, Caye Caulker, Belize Cayes, Belize | Campground

Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker

Going slow in Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... Gooners take the FA Cup 3 - 2 over Hull.

Despite the rain, we still walk out for lunch and make it to the closest sports bar and grab a chicken fajita and salad. Lucky we shared the meal since the size of the dish was too much for one person. Meanwhile, the lady next to us happily scoffed down the same meal but with all the extras - sour cream, jalepeņos and extra salsa...

Walking in the rain, we finalise Hinesh's dive with Frenchies and also sort out ...

Beautiful Belize - you'd better Belize it!

A travel blog entry by rene77


... Caribbean Sea. Once we landed we got a golf cart taxi to the rental office to meet the agent before she cycled back with us to show us the place. We rented a little wooden cabin on stilts towards the southern tip of the island. The owners have a big house on the lot too. The islands don’t have much sand; instead there are lots of jetties that jut into the ocean so you can also avoid the sea grasses in the shallow waters. Once we were settled in we had some cold beers ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach


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You would have thought the people living in these caves thousands of years ago would have spent a little more time widening out the entrance. Be that as it may, we ventured out of the caves and headed back to the car, a little deflated after expecting a lot more.

Upon dusk we arrived back in Placencia and headed out for ...

Two Days in Caye Caulker – is enough

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... island that once was a fishing village but has grown into a tourist destination. It's okay, but not much to do if you're not a hippy or wanting to hang out, drink and get high all day. The shore snorkeling was pretty non-existent. However, if you want to take a boat out to the reefs, shark and ray alley, and the channel, this is a good launch
spot. Andre went out for half a day – a bit too cloudy but what can you do. I preferred to hang out, drink ...

Why do you travel?

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz


... everyday way of life, new worlds and opportunity will be opened up- the reality of a destination can be found in its streets, in its markets, it's scents, it's sounds and in its own people.
The adventures we partake in cultivate a worldwide connection showing us and enabling us to appreciate and respect the differences among us as the human race but yet realizing how similar we all really are. To meet and make connections with new people and strengthen the connections ...


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