Bahama Beach Club Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... plane for BZE. Once we arrive, the plan is to grab some lunch at the airport and find our way to the bus station. Belize City is the largest city in Belize and has only 70,000 people. So I'm feeling pretty confident we won't have too far to go, or have too much trouble, finding the bus station (knock on wood, again!). From there, it's a 2.5 ...
... in South Beach.
Holy ****!!! we hit South Beach and it is a nightmare! the roads are packed and there are bikes everywhere! we cant make it onto Ocean Drive, and even if we could traffic was at a standstill!. we finally decide to get away from the main street and head west a bit and see if we can find a spot to park for the night and figure it all out in the morning. Yes, it is Saturday night alright...
We find a ...
Thursday-Friday, Feb. 9 & 10 - Shopping at last! A mutual friend of Stan & Kathy's, Larry, keeps his sailboat in a small marina 2 canals from us and offered to take us grocery shopping today, since he also has his car here. Thank you Larry. We were running low on everything. Later we were all invited to a bbq at his boat. The marina also has a pool ...
... of washing done (I just know you all wanted to hear about that!). And now, we've just got back from a place called Kone - a Japanese-Brazilian fusion restaurant that was really delicious. Tomorrow we're off to the Everglades for a tour on a fan boat (is that what they're called??). Should be fun. Dammit, I should have got some Aviators so I could pretend that I was on CSI Miami or something like that. Maybe I'll just pop down to Walgreens before breakfast tomorrow...
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