BEST WESTERN Belize Biltmore Plaza Hotel
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We had quite a long day of travel. Plane rides were good. The luggage all arrived, which we were thankful for. Some issues with the rental vehicle - they wanted to give us a 12 year old vehicle that had the ABS light and the check engine light on! We started driving it and turned right around again and told them there was no …
... At the border, we all had take all our bags off the bus, pay a small fee (Q20), get stamps in our passports, and go to customs. I was asked if I had any food with me and my monkey nuts didn't receive any attention, though my banana bread did. The man smelt it and said it was fine, and I said it was four days old.
Once at Belize City, most people went in the direction of the Cayes (pronounced keys), though I went to ...
... it was a lot like Borneo. The capital city was tiny - and completely unlike any capital city I've been to before! There was a battery factory and cement factory right in the centre. The other buildings are all very small and cute. The bus dropped us off at the very old central bus station. I teamed up with a few others to catch a taxi to the boat stop. It was just US$2 each. The driver took us on a mini tour - showing us the main square (tiny - but cute old buildings!). Oh ...
... prosciutto and artichokes, and free wine. I was clearly made for this type of lifestyle, and someone is going to need to fix this problem! We went through customs easily, where one of the officials told me he liked my face, and invited me to a party... then hit up the duty free shop at the airport to purchase some supplies. We met our van driver, and the drive to San Ignacio was MUCH smoother this time, and it was light out, so we could actually see ...
... our favorite budget lunch: Peanut butter and banana sandwiches with local bread and bananas. You would think we never had one in our life for how excited we got over these tasty treats. Did I mention we're on a budget? This is budget food at its best.
The best place on the island was "the split", a bar (shack) that sat on a white sand beach and featured reggae music. We tested out our snorkel gear around the mangroves and grass beds. I even swam away with a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility