Travel Blogs from Placencia
Da das Wetter für Strandaufenthalte nicht gerade berauschend war, ging es mit unseren zwei rollenden Häusern auf in den Jungel! Einige Kilometer landeinwärts liegt das Cockscom Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, welches sich auf über 400 Quadratkilometer erstreckt. Dieses wurde als erstes Weltweit zum Schutze des Jaguars eingerichtet, welcher in Belize vor …
... luggage tags to our bags and gave us two big plastic boarding passes. We were the only passengers there and much too early for the flight. We went for a walk along the road to a restaurant where we thought we might be able to get a coffee but it wasn’t open and so we returned to the airstrip and sat in the shade on the steps of the hut to wait. A small private plane had been parked up when we arrived. The pilot of that arrived and took off and ...
Just a quick check in to let you know we're good! We got to placencia by boat, a bus, and another boat! We're staying in a run down but safe local hostel with a big lock on the door, on stilts on the beach! Cant wait to see the sunrise. We made talk with our dinner waiter who hooked us up with a private dive tomorrow morning at the silk cayes! We're so super excited! But battery is running out on my ipod. Ciao until ...
... way to experience the Caribbean was not on land looking out to sea, but on the sea. Fortunately, we were able to sign on for a three day sailing trip from Cayes Caulker to Placencia aboard the Ragga Queen, a 40 ft wooden ketch. Joined by an international mix of fellow travellers we set sail. Ramsay is the competent captain and chef, Shane keeps us entertained with songs and riddles, and the helpful Harrison rounds out the crew. We marvel at ...
... customs undetected without paying a fine!), with my friends Tess and Silvia and met up with our buddy John once we arrived in Belize. It's really mind blowing how intricate travelling in a third world country can be. We left the morning of the 5th, took a lancha (small local boat) across the lake to Panajachel, a shuttle from Pana to Guatemala City, a big bus from Guate to Puerto Barrios, where we had to stay the night in that super sketchy industrial ghost town. The next day ...
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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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