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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeakunga Placencia
What a wonderful Place directly on the Beach wiht a really nice hostess!
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The 1st thing that we thought when we crossed the border was...black people - coool! We had to remind ourselves to speak English and after a very comfortable bus ride (no chickens here!) we arrived in Belize City. Most people head straight out to the nearby islands (cayes) but we were eager for a bit of rough and ready city times after our Guatemalan gringo trail. So we checked in and headed out for our first taste of Caribbean food. We gorged on fried fish for ...
Finally . . . no rain, no waves, light wind & sun. We managed a snorkel trip on Thursday to Laughing Bird Caye. Named for the Laughing Gulls, it's a 1.4 acre caye sitting on top of a coral formation known as a faro & is part of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve system.
After a 30 minute boat ride from ...
... meet her after Derrick and I worked out of course. Then the meeting. It was a packed house. Every seat was full. I didn't know if I was gonna get a chance to comment cause there were so many hands. We finished the night at barefoot bar with nachos and burritos. Another good day. Gotta be up early tomorrow. We are going up north to go cave tubing. Whatever that ...
... tie up down at the beach, her son brought us some loungers in case we felt like a change from the hammocks!
That evening we had a little dinner and spent awhile sitting with Rosie and her four year old daughter and 18 year old son. Her daughter showed us her dance moves and Rosie showed us family photographs. They really were such a nice family. The next morning we had an early start with a bus up to Belize City for our connecting ferry to Cauy Caulker. ...
... we agreed on $30 for the penthouse. Now, in my idea a penthouse should be private and have a bathroom. In this case the penthouse was really the common area for all guest with a fold out couch and a bathroom outside and downstairs and all guest staying in upstairs rooms had to walk right past our bed to get to their rooms. Had a dinner for rice and beans down the street at Tina's and Tom went to bed and I went across to the dodo for a few beers before heading to ...