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... yet another taxi to Belize City.
Immediately on entry it is stepping into a 2/3rd world country, the houses are wooden, some on stilts and most are painted in bright colours. Sugar cane, bananas, paw paw's, palm trees, country side sparsely populated but covered in trees and shrubs.
Belize is a British colony, with the queen's head on the currency,
English is the main language but the locals speak creole. Many descend from ex ...
... Below you'll see pictures of the airport in Caye Caulker, the baggage claim, and the gorgeous Caribbean views during the 10 minute flight.
It was tough to leave the peace and quiet of Caye Caulker and Belize. We experienced a wide variety of places, people, and activities, and we're grateful for the opportunity to explore this tropical region. Hope you enjoyed following our journey!
... disappoint, but the group consisted of a load of couples and I which was a bit cringe, and useless for the evenings party. During the day we visited 3 snorkeling sites and at the first I was a bit annoyed that the most prevalent animal in the sea was gringos. You could hardly swing your arm without hitting someone and when I was the first one to spot a nurse shark I made the mistake of telling people. In a few moments there were about 20 people swarming around the shark sticking ...
... Poor Dylan had a headache so he was keen for a sleep too. After our nap we had some snacks and sat outside in the entertaining area of the hotel. Then checked our banking and organised some things for tomorrow. We met for dinner at Habaneros at 7pm. I had the pork chops with crab claw which was yummy! Dylan had curry which was good too. We shared a caye lime pie for dessert, apparently a speciality of here. Back to the hotel at 9 to get ready for tomorrow then off to bed at ...
... remains a part of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Nowadays Belize has a population of 300,000 inhabitants, whereas the multiethnic population includes, among others, Creoles (African-European), Mayas, Mestizos (Spanish-Maya), Hispanic, Garifunas (African-Caribbean), Mennonites (German origin, maintaining practices, customs and life style of their ancestors), Europeans, Lebanese, Palestinians and Asians. Almost 50% of Belizean people are described as Mestizos; ...
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