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TravelPod Member ReviewsBachelor Inn Belize City
My stay was very comfortable and peaceful. I had booked for a single room and I got a room with 2 double beds, and the rooms in the apartment were huge. The facilities were clean and the atompshere was very welcoming. Courteous and efficient staff, especially the manager she is a hard worker who tries to keep all her guests happy. The housekeeper was friendly too, and check out time is at 11:00 am.
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We had an early roll call of 6:00 am today--grabbed a quick bite at the buffet and then headed off to our meeting point for our tour. The ship was anchored about five miles offshore and we had to take the tender to get to our bus that would take us to our cave tubing. The bus ride took an hour or so and we finally arrived. After everyone in our group of 8 was fitted with a helmet, life vest and tube, we were off on the trail. ...
... actually horrible as it was pouring rain, and there were choppy waves as well. We ended up waiting over an hour in the downstairs lounge before we could board a tender to take us to shore.
During this time, Ted and I wondered how our day would pan out. We were meant to meet up with the organiser of a cave tubing tour that we had booked independently outside of the cruise ship company, and were having doubts that he would wait for us after the delay. We decided to figure it ...
... tube" from Toronto to Atlanta. Once we cleared customs, we had about an hour to kill before our puddle jumper to Caye Caulker, so we went upstairs for some traditional Belizean food--french fries. And I got my first of an untold number of Belikin beers on this trip (The one pictured is actually my second; the first didn't last long enough to get a photo.) ...
... beer or two with and Alan, an American chap from Atlanta who has been writing his memoirs for the last 6 months here in Belize. He used to be a former CFO, though is retired now. We met up again later and he took me to a local bar, where we had a couple of beers and I ordered a burger. He knew everybody there, though for a 60 year old, he was flirting rather a lot with all the young waitresses.
I was happy to find ...
... of the island first and then headed into town. The owner had recommended El Fogon and I finally got to try the gibnut – tasted a lot like beef! After lunch we explored San Pedro a bit more looking at the outdoor markets, curio shops, galleries and the locally made chocolate shop. Yum! Unfortunately most of the crafts seemed to be from Mexico or Guatemala. We headed back to relax by the pool a bit and later headed back to have dinner at Wild Mangoes.
The weather was ...