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TravelPod Member ReviewsBonefish Hotel Dangriga
Basic room with AC, but the AC was so noisy it made it hard to sleep. The AC unit wasn't sealed to the wall so some rather large insects were able to crawl through the cracks during the night. Right across from a park, helpful staff. I would say this would be worth about 2/3 of the price they charge, but it was so hot we couldn't be bothered to walk around looking anymore.
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... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: normal;">So there were a couple of snorkel stops before we hit Tobacco Caye where George the Lizard attempted to direct our boat into the pier. George is a local on Tobacco Caye and doesn't do much apart from drink rum. We tried to have a chat with him later but he made no sense and sticks his tongue out non-stop hence the nickname George the Lizard.
... something I know I will use often and will admire very much in our home. Beautiful items. My friend back home had a feng shui consult and I think she was advised to fill her home with useful and beautiful things. I may be incorrect but I'm sticking to that reason for my newly acquired shopping addiction. As long as I can fit it all in my suitcase....or maybe I'll just fill a box and mail it home! Why that's a brilliant idea! I know I shouldn't ...
It was supposed to be our first adventure day. Honestly, this whole trip has been an adventure so far. I'm still so amazed at what it took to even get to Hopkins (the worst part was the freezing bus from Cancun to Belize City, thank god for the travel blanket/pillow my mom bought me for the Europe trip), then to see Hopkins for the first time, I still can't find the words. The only way to describe it is being in two worlds at the same time, like ...
... crashing of waves and the rustle of palm tree leaves (or a lot of bubbles and swooshes when underwater). The weather has been perfect all week (other than the one exciting storm), usually with a strong but welcome breeze. We have enjoyed sunny days and moonlit nights (the moon has been full during our visit) and occasional faraway lightening shows. The underwater world has been magical, the hammocks comfy and the island a natural and tropical paradise. A perfect break in ...
... The river is not deep, although you can swim in the rock pools, so it was a freshening experience. A cute bird sat outside our cabana as we got back.
It was late afternoon and someone had asked if we could have a tour of the Maya ruins. Ray was very happy to oblige, and fetched his book of excavation photos. The ruins were of a Late Classic Maya villa (in the same sense as a Roman villa). There were living quarters, a typical Maya plaza and a particularly ...
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