Shirley's Guest House
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... Colorado, Toronto, Montreal and of course, us truly, well....you know where we're from. Most of these folks were over 50, and it is funny because if was only about 10:30 and some of them were ready to hit the hay. Deborah and I were two-minded about whether to go into the village and hit one of the bars or just stay at home and celebrate by ourselves ( we opted for the latter)....hmmmm....and then we got up at midnight and watched the fireworks from ...
... passengers, then on to Caye Caulker arriving at 4pm. We walked to our hotel "China Town Hotel" and got assigned our room number 306. There were some issues with the rooms for some people, so some elected to upgrade to bigger rooms. Ours was fine enough, for sleeping, we don't plan on spending too much time in it! We had 15 minutes then met again to go to a tour company to discuss the snorkelling trip. Bad news was that they couldn't do it tomorrow it would have to be Thursday, ...
... was probably affected by the weather as well as by the fact that we couldnīt do any water activities that would fit in our low budget. Plus, because of the rain the whole island was flooded with aggressive mosquitoes, giving us itchy bites all the time. Otherwise it must be a great place to stay for a few of days, being disconnected, socializing at the bar, drinking some beer, smoking weed, sunbathing, reading, writing or exploring the islandīs marine life. Give it a try and youīll ...
Some Village Names in Belize
Tea Kettle (my favourite)
Lucky Strike (someone found a cigarette packet)
Dump (really just an intersection, but there you go)
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... dinner and Belizean ice cream for dessert. The next day we had booked a sailing tour for the day and set off about 10 with 11 other travellers aboard the 'E-Z Boy' sailboat. We made 1 stop before lunch to snorkel at an area known as the Coral Gardens, where we saw mainly small, colourful fish and, funnily enough, lots of coral. This was followed by a fruit platter and fish burgers for lunch. We sailed a little further until we reached the Hol-Chan Marine Reserve where we had ...