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We left Caye Caulker this morning back to Belize city on the water taxi. With no plans in mind of where we were going next we arrived at Belize city water taxi bay with loads of guys asking if we wanted taxis. We decided to collect our luggage and then discuss where we wanted to go next. We knew that the next country was going to be Guatemala so …
We decided to catch the 6:15am bus from Placencia Village to Belmopan as this was by far the most direct route to our final destination, San Ignacio. This meant we would have 1 less connection to wait around for and wouldn't have to bother with any water taxis, plus them naming it 'hokey pokey’ didn’t …
Belize ist das einzige Englisch sprachige Land in Zentralamerika, und so ist der kulturelle Unterschied nach ‹berschreiten der Guatemaltekischen Grenze auch viel frappanter als anderswo auf dem Kontinent.
Die Hauptattraktion in San Ignacio ist die Actun Tunichil
Muknal Tour, auch ATM Tour genannt. Sie verbindet abenteuerliches …
The Mayan rulers of yesteryear had some frankly ridiculous names, Lord Smoking Shell (after the Americans had tried to "liberate" them?), Double Bird (what they flipped to those same Americans?) and King Moon Double Comb (a Korean with long hair?). But after our visits to the Belize zoo and the Green Iguana Project we might have picked up a couple …
Xunantunich and the A.T.M. caves are the two big Mayan draws in the western Cayo district of Belize. The one you can't pronounce is a fairly standard spot, a few unexcavated mounds around a towering and impressive temple structure, which we visited early in the morning and enjoyed completely to ourselves for the first hour.
The second …
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Very basic, no a/c but was adequate for the night! Early check out which was annoying
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