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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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... few people and they pointed in the right direction. The town itself is a little run down looking but is friendly. The food at Alexie was delicious and fast. The ocean is right across from us. The local nightlife was something to be careful of as a female. Don't want to travel ...
... retired at about midnight with a glass of water outside the tent to help the hangover and slept on what felt like the ground as the mat was not particularly thick!
It was an early rise at sunrise by the crew and we were off again after they fed us ...
... tpod.html) and absolutely stunk of damp. I didn’t even get a blanket, and the pillow smelt of a combination of urine and bleach – so bad that I had to wrap it in a towel just to try and disguise the smell – travel rarely is as glamorous as it looks!
In the end, I just had to turn the light off and plug myself into my laptop and watch Dexter to try and hide from where I actually was – this is a technique I thought I had perfected, but I could still ...
... 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 ...
... of these). The Palm’s bark could even be used to make thread!
We saw the All-Spice tree/bush (I had no idea it was a bush- I’d always assumed all-spice was a mix of lots of spices!!) and the smell was gorgeous. The huge Ceibo (also the Cotton or Sabre) Tree is the Maya Tree of Life. A somewhat unassuming Mint wine tree (nice smell) was used by the Maya in their rituals, as its sap is psychotropic. Issi said, as he was Maya, he remembers his ...
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