Fernando's Seaside Guesthouse

_#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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    Travel Blogs from Sarteneja

    Belize Zoo

    A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Feb 28, 2014

    11 photos

    From Caye Caulker, we caught another water taxi to the busy city of Belize City and we hurried out of there as quick as possible. Getting a taxi to the bus station was difficult as no taxis were labeled. We got to the bus station to have our first experience with Belizean buses. The bus station had no organisation at all, no ticket offices or timetables, just a few locked gates numbered 1 to 5 and a crowd of people standing ...

    Helping a Spanish Group

    A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on Jan 19, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    The Spanish North congregation in Corozal sponsor a Spanish group in the village of Sarteneja.They needed somewhere else to meet in the village so they had arrange to rent a house there but it needed a lot of preparation to get it ready for holding the meetings.

    On the Friday beforehand we were having a Spanish lesson with our friend Jasmín, from the Spanish ...

    What The Pitchfork's Going On?!

    A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 17, 2014

    105 photos

    When I crossed the border between the US and Mexico, I immediately noticed a completely different culture, way of living and (naturally) new things to take the **** out of…When going from Mexico and Belize, I was again taken aback by such massive changes even though the places are so close to each other. That's not to say that any of the places are bad, just VERY different!

    My first day in Belize was actually pretty pants. Instead of going to the easy border crossing ...

    San Pedro (R)

    A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Jan 04, 2014

    6 comments, 17 photos

    ... The seafood was a meal for two, including mussels, octopus, conch, crab claws, shrimp, lobster and fish ($60BZD for the plate, the most expensive item on the menu) . Wonderful.

    C is coming into the shopping “zone”, and we found a wood working store with some really neat things. A lot of the stuff you see is “art”, in that it sits there and collects dust. We're more into the old William Morris way ...


    A travel blog entry by chaletaria on Aug 04, 2013

    44 photos

    ... the economy and politics for decades. Mahogany and sapodilla (used to make chicle- chewing gum) were logged without any thought of conservation. The Masters and Servants Act 1883 benefitted the landowners, making it a criminal offence to breach a labour contract.

    The Creole class began to exert pressure for a bigger say in the politics and economy of the colony. The Great Depression of the 1930s coupled with a devastating hurricane (1931) pushed the colony to the brink. ...