Caye Caulker Condos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsCaye Caulker Condos
An experience living in a shed with outdoor showers. A shock compared with Hyatt regency
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... Unlike the Invasion and conquest of the Aztecs, the Mayans were able to stop the Spanish incursion into their territories. Unlike the Aztecs who had a single ruling government, the Mayan were made up of completely autonomous city states. So the defeat of one city did not affect the conflict with other city states. The Maya accepted Spanish rule for a period, but were not ready to abandon their beliefs or customs for the foreign customs and religions of the Spanish. In ...
So, Friday we decided to take our bikes out for some exercise (for the bikes, not for us). Explored some of the back streets of the island, some of which we hadn't stumbled on before.
... town, go buy food and beer so that we could stock up the apartment, and make sure we ate as well as possible. We found bakeries, meat stores, general grocery stores, all stoked well enough to feed us like kings and queens. When we returned, it was time to go straight into the pool, beers in hand and just relax (a theme that will be present throughout this stay).
You might ask what did we do the whole 7 days we were here, well generally we chilled out and caught up, as ...
... of the island first and then headed into town. The owner had recommended El Fogon and I finally got to try the gibnut – tasted a lot like beef! After lunch we explored San Pedro a bit more looking at the outdoor markets, curio shops, galleries and the locally made chocolate shop. Yum! Unfortunately most of the crafts seemed to be from Mexico or Guatemala. We headed back to relax by the pool a bit and later headed back to have dinner at Wild Mangoes.
The weather was ...