Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... so many friends. I was forever bouncing between groups of people at the Split (the jetty where everyone hangs out) and between about 3 hostels every night. This is one of the reason why travelling alone is the bomb!! This is when the world cup started and beers went to $2.50 Belize (under £1) while games were on. Not saying I got trashed because actually I decided not to drink, but the atmosphere was amazing.
Apart from that there is not too much ...
... already sweltering but luckily we didn’t have to wait long for the local bus. We were the only tourists on the bus and luckily we got a seat as it was standing room only not long after. Later we found out that because of the Easter holidays it was much less crowded than usual… It was quite an experience – a really old bus, no air-con, windows down, rasta music pumping and interesting characters and a beautiful landscape to observe. Pretty cool for only US$2.50 ...
... to pick up more and more locals working in this no man’s land. Each time we left the road, my ******* squeezed that little bit tighter...
After Guatemala immigration we found our final shuttle of the day which conveniently dropped us off at the wrong hotel. By this stage we were spent, both physically and emotionally. We checked into ...
... to the first nights accommodation, we immediately bump into a couple we previously met in Tulum (Bob & Britney) who confirm the place to hang out is the "Split" at the north end of the island. As golf carts creep by and signs proclaiming the island motto "Go Slow" catch our eye, we dump our bags then head out into the calm cadence of the caye.
Sunday 8 December 2013 Overnight we had steamed for 5 hours to Lighthouse Reef. The engine room was right below our state room and it was very loud! We managed to sleep through most of it, luckily because it was an early start on Sunday. Breakfast at 7am consisted of a cold and hot breakfast. There is no such thing as getting hungry on a liveaboard! The food was absolutely delicious. After breakfast ... at 8am was dive time! We were going to be ...
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Other places to stay in Caye Caulker
P.O. Box: 29, Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $50
- Two days in paradice.
- What a fantastic welcome
27 Hicaco Ave., Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $37
Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $50
Caye Caulker North Island, Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $115
Front Street, Caye Caulker | 3 star hotelfrom $94