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Belize City was quite a small city for having the country's international airport. We felt safe during the day but at 5 PM all the stores closed and there were some aggressive panhandlers that we tried to avoid. We stayed in the hotel at night which felt secure.
We went to the Belize Zoo which was amazing but almost halfway to San Ignacio …
Today was our last day living in paradise. Since we felt we had done a pretty decent job at trekking all over the place, we simply woke up, packed our bags, drank coffee and touched base with the real world over wifi. We had time to kill before our ferry departed back to the mainland of Belize, so we wondered back to our favorite bakery to indulge …
Minnie Mouse joined me for breakfast around the corner from my creek side hotel in a restaurant called Marva's. Cute as a button with two balls of fluffy black hair on her head, 4 year old Stacy, whose Grandma does the cooking and bakes the sweet bread at Marva’s, came straight up to my table and started to chat as if we were old friends.. …
I arrived at Belize City's international airport late on Wednesday afternoon and quickly met up with another traveler, Jim, whose sister was coincidentally flying in on the same flight as my mother the next day. With so much in common, we shared a cab with Mason, our newfound friend and cabbie, who drove us into the city to find a hotel. After some …
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The staff were great. Hotel room was a concrete square and clean. We felt safe in the hotel but the area is a little strange at night.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.