Travel Blogs from Placencia
Livingston was a funky
little town, but there was little happening to keep us there. The
weather wasn’t the greatest. There was no beach despite being on the
coast. A great place to chill for sure but we figured why not head
further south and get some decent beaches.
The direct boat
to Belize only goes twice …
Up at 6am to catch the 7am boat to Belize. Punta Gorda. Takes us just 1 hour so we are there at 8am. Customs really simple we did pay $10us in Guatemala as we handed in our custom form. Bus leaves at 10am to Placencia. We have breakfast at the Snack Shack. It seemed very popular with the locals. We ordered Giant breakfast burritos. Very similar to …
... normally this would be an impossible task but we arrive at our final destination on time and I have my luggage - take note KLM!!!
True we are not bothering with non essential items like security screening of people or bags, nor do we need an in flight safety demonstrations or cabin crew of any sort but this is the most chilled out flying experience. Flight 1 goes from Corozal to San Pedro, I feel the need to share this detail in case it is not apparent from the details ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsLydia's Guesthouse Placencia
If you don't like Lydia's Guesthouse and its charming host then you are going to find it hard to fit in to Placencia. It's reasonably priced, comfortable, offers hot showers, a shared kitchen amd wifi. And it's a stone's throw from the beach. A great place to kick back and slot into the easy going pace of this homely Caribbean village.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lydia's Guesthouse Placencia
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