Sea Glass Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... everyone knows everyone and others businesses. Do not compare the price level to Mexico, otherwise you will be frustrated, rather take Europe as an example. Basically everyone speaks English, the Islanders all speak Creole and some also happen to speak Spanish. Anyhow, Spanish is seen as the language of the immigrants. The process of immigration is easy and you can stay for one month without a visa. Leaving Belize, you will have to pay a fee of around 150 pesos. ...
... handed me the Yellow Jack, and a short time later, boom!! he's got another one
speared....bigger this time, - a Grouper (rock fish). This fish fought even
harder than the first and got off the spear (for a second), but Chino was
lighting fast and speared him again. The fish succumbed. Well!! boys and
girls....as promised, we had our lunch. We then headed off to an island (owned
by a relative) which was about ...
This morning I had breakfast with the brothers from San Diego and then we met up with the Canadians for a snorkeling trip. We rode out about a half hour to a small island and went snorkeling around there for a little bit. We saw a lot of cool fish. We had lunch there on the island. Then we went out to another area where we were supposed to be able to see sharks and ...
... Unfortunately when they did see me, I was (very maturely) trying to alter the parks entry sign from ‘Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary’ to ‘Cock in Wildlife Sanctuary ’ just to get a picture. To do this I had climb into a massive pile of mud and use my bag as a prop and was just about ready when they pulled up alongside – shiiiiiit! I think they were oblivious to what I was actually trying to do, as I innocently pulled my bag off and had to turn and take ...
... in discarded shipping crates, OSB, or some other creative product you can keep the rain out (sorta) with.
Frankly, C and I don't know if we could be the "rich folk" in this area. There is a certain amount of guilt we wash our hands of. We justify ourselves by believing that we've worked hard for our opportunities and our money, but we know that "but for the grace of God" we were born in an affluent country to parents who instilled a ...