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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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... that may still be in the plans....or we can go with tradition since we've met, and just bring in the new year together, alone :). I couldn't imagine anyone else I'd rather be with than with the person who has been the most amazing person in my world. You truly make life fun, full of laughter and you've taught me so much. God must love us if he brought us together. Blessed.
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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 ...
... countries like Jamaica and Bermuda. Indeed Belize still retains the Monarchy and the Queen can be seen on every note and coin. Caye Caulker was an hour boat journey from Belize City, with a deserted island a short swim away. We were greeted as we came off the boat by a half naked man on a push bike, with a home made leaf hat and a radio strapped to his bike. The island's motto is 'Go Slow' and the people take this seriously. No cars are ...
... br> Our cabins were great. No screen door (but no flies!), one sheet on the bed, a very functional bathroom with shower and a hammock and chair on the porch. Everything we could want. A bell signaled our meals, and the cooks were exact with their timing at 8am, 12 noon and 6:30 pm. We had heard that the meals could be sketchy, but while portions were not large, they were delicious and nutritious.
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