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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... couple called Coconut Cafe. I had an amazing chicken panini and a cold banana smoothie. They are had really cute dogs there that actually looked really helthy and were trained (not common dog qualities in Belize!) San Pedro is a little more modern than sartenaja, but still very rustic. Everybody drives around in golf buggies, which is cool.
We then got a second, shorter, water taxi to Caye Caulker. It is such a cute place with a really nice ...
I looked forward to eating another delicious Belizean breakfast the next morning after watching the 5am sunset over the water. We rode our bikes to Amor y Café and drank delicious smoothies and ate fresh, sweet tropical fruit.
We had to checkout by 10am at Colinda Cabanas, but Juan, who worked and stayed 24/7 at the hotel, was very accommodating. Juan was from the Punta Gorda district (there are 6 districts of Belize). He allowed us to use our bikes to have another beach day ...
Unsurprisngly today hasn't been too constructive. Apparently I was the drunkest one there yesterday. Hay ho. in Quito, Kate made me a list of things to check out on my way through Central. In Caye Caulker it is all about the best brownie in the world. Now I've had a lot of brownies in a lot of places, so I was understandaly pretty skeptical about this claim, but nevertheless I set off in search of the coffee shop. The brownie, was unsurprisingly expensive (as was the ...
In no rush I got up packed and headed for the bus stop. A chicken bus across the country to Belize City costs US$4. I intially wanted to spend a night in the city, just to get a better flavour of the country (and milk the English speaking a bit more!) but at US$20 a night for the most basic of accom they can do one! Besides touring it in a taxi doesn't paint the best picture. A bit like ...
... the pork chops. We ordered and te waiter said to us "guys you should really share the burrito, it's about the size of an arm." At that stage I was so hungry and had made up my mind that I would eat it because seriously it couldn't really be that big and if it was big I would take the rest home for breakfast or lunch. I KID YOU NOT, it was the size of my arm from the middle finger to the elbow. It was the biggest burrito I had ever seen. I managed a third and took the rest ...