Caribbean Villas Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaribbean Villas Hotel San Pedro
Had room 1 which is closest to the beach.
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Alex msged me to say she'd booked snorkelling for 10.30! God I felt rough! Grabbed some toast from cafe further down front street as one from yesterday closed. Met Alex then went snorkelling first one ok but great deal to see but second one really cool. Second site was shark ray alley. They fed nurse sharks so loads came to surface plus lots of sting rays, we got in but without fins as shallow, felt ...
... vibe. There are no cars on the island, only golf carts and it really is an amazing place to unwind.
We happily timed our stay with the start of the lobster season and discovered that you could by them from the fishermen for a ridiculous $6/lb. Miss Elma kindly gave us some charcoal and let us use her BBQ so we bought a lobster each and asked to leave it in her fridge until dinner time. When the fire was lit we went back to get them and she had cleaned and prepared each one ...
... there was a giant building in the way, so instead, we headed down to the beach to watch it, and it was pretty stunning. Afterwards, we took the scenic route back to their room, so that we could see the split which is a water way between the two parts of the island. There is a bar there, and it is a party spot with cute water picnic tables. We hung out there for a little while, then headed back to the room to pick Lynne ...
... set in the south.
Because we were having trouble hooking fish on the fly and I'm not a great fly caster, Eloy baited me up a spinning rod to fish while Jeremy continued to fly fish. We spent about an hour there and came very close to hooking fish and were getting bites, but that area wasn't working for us either, so Eloy took us to a little inlet in a smaller island with very shallow water to try our luck. This is where ...
... and to layout. Most shops were closed for Christmas Day including all scuba diving places. We were able to find a few snorkeling places open to get prices. Most people offered the exact same tour, Hol-Chan Park which is a natural reserve under water, Shark Ray Alley which is pretty self explanatory, and the Coral Gardens. After shopping around, Steven and I booked at Carlo's for $130 Belize ($65 USD). We had heard mix reviews from people regarding diving at the ...