- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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After getting stuck in the airport being harassed in customs and immigration I finally made it into Mexico and arrived at a hostel in cancun 14 hours after leaving my casa In Havana. Cancun is constantly a disappointment and so after one night of informing home that I wasn't dead and catching up on internet news (Detroit pistons are back baby) I returned to my second home of Isla Mujeres where I caught up with the friends I met before Cuba and the ones ...
... quoted a price of 200 pesos, but we knew for a fact that the regular fare was only 100 pesos. There were always two people on the bus. One driver and one person collecting the fare of the passengers. The fare seemed really high, so checked with the driver how much it costs. Well, apparently it costs as much as the other guy tells me it would cost. Great :/
It was obvious that the 100 extra pesos would go into the pocket of these two to buy some extra Christmas presents, but ...
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. Belize has the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world and is known for their snorkeling and diving. We'll have to give it a try on our next visit. :))
Once we were in ...
Nohoch Che'en Caves Branch Archaeological Reserve is the site of our adventure. We left our belongings in a locker, donned a helmet with light attached and a life jacket, and carried our inner tubes through the jungle to the Sibun River. The water is not TOO cold, and the water shoes we brought protected our feet against the rocky paths and river bottom. Our guide tied our eight inner tubes together and we entered total darkness of ...
... in the bus!
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At that moment, the four Scots we had on ...