Caye Caulker Condos
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaye Caulker Condos
An experience living in a shed with outdoor showers. A shock compared with Hyatt regency
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... br> As I had taken a 5am shuttle from Flores I arrived to Belize City by 10am, and since I had noticed such an exciting contrast crossing into the country, I decided to spend a few hours exploring the town, another which the overwhelming majority of tourists skip through and those that do explore do so from behind the tinted glass of a tour bus. I left my backpack at the office of the ferry company and headed out on foot to explore the small town. Once I set foot ...
On a limestone ridge overlooking Laguna Yaxhá (green-blue water) Yaxhá is a compelling and rewarding Maya site to visit. Of all Guatemala's ruins, only Tikal and El Mirador surpass the sheer scale and impact of this site that includes forty stelae, numerous altars, soaring temple pyramids and two ball courts. The dense jungle, howler monkeys, toucans and lack of crowds add to the special atmosphere of the place.
... be a fun day so I decided to stick around for a few days. I managed to avoid getting caught in the storm that rumbled and flashed around the town and the rain certainly cooled things down, it was hot and humid until then.
That evening most of the hostel guests congregated on the rooftop terrace where we sat around talking. To my surprise there were two other blokes, travelling ...
... the day. On the way we see just how beautiful the caribbean sea is, there were areas where the water was a perfect turquoise blue and clear as clear can be. First stop is North Caye Caulker where we were hunting manatees (or sea cows). I don my life jacket, worn as a massive floatie on this trip and hope that it works when I take my first jump into the ocean. We were in luck today. Not one but three manatees were in the sea. It was so surreal as I had only seen these creatures ...