CayeReef

Front St, Caribbean Seashore, Caye Caulker, Belize Cayes, Belize | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker

Captain Buzzkill And The Bushy Tits

A travel blog entry by doove

84

... within a kilometre of the mainland but then the current started to pick up so essentially I was being transported sideways over to some other strip of land. I might have made it but it would have probably taken a couple of hours! Some guy that owned a private boat, obviously must have spotted me in the distance, so took out his lifeboat, to attach my kayak and rescue me! At this point, the heavens opened, so as I’d (cleverly) gone out in just a pair of swimming shorts, ...

You better Belize it!!

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7

33

... end of the island and is actually the site of where the island was divided a number of years ago from Hurricane Hattie. The very northern part that is now separated is just undeveloped land that has been declared as a nature reserve. People would swim / snorkel over here from The Split for a look about, however we felt that was way to energetic for us today! No strenuous exercise allowed!! There’s now a bar up at The Split (of course there is!) and everyone who’s not ...

Don't stop Belize-ing.

A travel blog entry by nellems

15

... br> The rest of the afternoon was spent exploring the island, finding interesting places to eat and listening to the rastafarian accent that floated across from the road side stalls, “respec’ mon.”
Caye Caulker is a small caye that is only 4 blocks wide and 8km long (and most of the south part of the island is not worth going too).
Janelle made it her mission whilst here, to eat the tastiest lobster she could find. We managed to find some on this ...

Parting is such sweet sorrow!!

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

37

... minute souvenir shopping, and also rode to the other side of the island. Alas did not see any crocodiles though. We both, are going to miss opening the door and seeing the blue Caribbean sea and the palm trees, the fish jumping, the Pelicans diving for fish, the sound of fire-crackers, the warmth of the air blowing in the wind and the people going by our front door, shouting a "hello" to us. The people of the island are so warm and friendly. Thank you, Caye ...

"Go Slow" on Caye Caulker

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

36

... it rains like hell again and we get caught in it. It is a warm rain though, so we just go with the flow...and "Go Slow"!!
Waking up on our first morning on the island.....As the dark becomes light, soft diffused light filters through the louvered blinds, one becomes aware of the gentle lapping of the waves on the shoreline. In the distance, a distinct roar of the ocean is heard as it hits the reef which is about a kilometer offshore. The birds ...

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This hotel, located on Front St, Caribbean Seashore, Caye Caulker, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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