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TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau Giselle Caye Caulker
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... We explored the one road south and one road north and the entire journey took us three hours. In that time we also stopped for lunch at a burger joint out in the middle of nowhere. Ambergris is dotted with resorts of all levels--luxury to affordable and nightly to monthly rentals. The island offers the closest access to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and the barrier reef, so it's a popular destination ...
... 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 ...
... oh yeah, some bagels, peanut butter, pasta, vegetables and fruit. Went to the bank machine and our cards worked!-- we always hold our breath on that. Then we were stopped by Andrew the Cake Man as he rode by and we bought some cookies and banana bread.
So here we sit on our front deck watching the world go by and decompressing from a very long trip. ...
... a cheap place for long haired visitors to relax, and smoke a little weed or sip a beer. Today the ambiance continues to be laid back. The prices have increased quite significantly throughout the years, though.
That day we decided to obey the islandīs basic rules and didnīt get up before 11.00. After we had some burritos for breakfast we went for a short wander around the island. Iīm intentionally using the term “short” and Iīll tell you ...
... steep hill to Ben's Bluff, and to a small pool below a small waterfall. I liked it, but I didn't see one of the 60 - 80 Jaguars that live in the sanctuary (and the reason for its existence) or any snakes, which is not necessarily a bad thing.
I slept well that night, despite the humidity (I borrowed a fan). I was hoping for rain to cool it down but it didn't arrive until I was ...
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