Fernando's Seaside Guesthouse

Address: _#62 North Front Street , Sarteneja, Belize | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on _#62 North Front Street , Sarteneja.
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      Highs and lows

      A travel blog entry by rmalpass on Nov 28, 2014

      1 comment

      After the short break in Caye Caulker I've now settled back into the enjoyable routine back at Wildtracks. Rhamases is devouring bucket after bucket of sea grass and is noticeably gaining healthy weight. All is on track for his release in early January! What's more all the monkeys that I care for are progressing well which is good. Frolic injured his arm the other day but I've given him medication so hopefully he ...

      Back to Wildtracks

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Nov 20, 2014

      1 comment

      Today the early start was hideous, but back to work we went! Not much happened today, apart from he normal monkey shifts. But we did put sand in the bottom of Chippa and Izzie's enclosure like the other spiders. At fir to though this was great but it was long before I was covered head to tow in sand. ...

      Ocean Breeze and Creepy Crawlies

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Oct 25, 2014

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      This morning I woke up fairly comfortably for once! The lagoon breeze was back. I had the 7am shift in the cage which was great too as due to the breeze there was no Mosquitos!! This shift went fairly quickly but today for the first time I had trouble getting out the cage. Whenever I went towards the door they monkeys would jump on me so I can't leave, they're very intelligent! They can also unlock the outer locks of ...

      Crossing borders - The Belize Adventure

      A travel blog entry by steveclark on Oct 19, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... the more 'luxury' buses of Mexico and were now into the public buses. This bus from Chetumal to Orange Walk in Belize cost $5 dollars for a 2 hour trip, Tulum to Chetumal cost $20 dollars each! This bus you paid per seat so there was no spreading out our heavy bags. Crossing the border was hard work too, having get off with the bags to leave Mexico and then once again to arrive in Belize. We also had to pay an exit fee, hopefully there isn't many of these! ...

      An "unBelizable" Day!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 18, 2014

      31 photos

      ... onboard. It was difficult to flush and almost overflowing. When I needed to use it, it sparked a conversation and a look down through the open window to see how full it actually was. After a few minutes of the four of us looking at the toilet and Anne trying to explain how to flush it, Milo came to us and reminded us to ask him if we had any questions. So we did, and this led to Edwin going into the washroom to demonstrate how to flush ...