Travel Blogs from Belize City
Took a taxi to the Phliipp Goldson International Airport. Learned that the owner of the hotel is Chinese. Flew to Tikal,Guatemala via Tropic Air. The flight was delayed. Meet by a tour guide in Tikal. Climb the Mayan Temple 12. Walk to the Central Plaza of Tikal. Saw crocodile,wild turkey,coacomundimundo,spider monkey,yellow bird with basket weave …
Took public bus to Belize Zoo.($2) Saw the animals of Belize including a gibnut. Got anxious while waiting for the bus on the way back Lunch at Neri Restaurant in downtown .Ate a gibnut. Bought stamps from the post office. Walk to the hotel. Observations: Houses have big jar to collect rain water from the roof. Many people use bicycle.
Breakfast at the hotel.
The hotel is historical and part of the city tour.
Ate Johnny cake,beans,eggs,pan cakes
Walk to the Tourist Village where the cruise ship docked.
Join a city tour in a taxi with passengers from the cruise.We share the cost of the taxi fare.
Lunch at the tourist village.--rice,bean and chicken.
Another air route.
Flew to Miami on a Boeing 757.
Took 2 hrs and 22 minutes.
Lunch at Miami Airport at a Cuban restaurant named Cafe Versailles.Had a Cuban sandwich ( which is pressed ham,swisscheese),empanada and guava pastry.
Flew to Belize City via AmericanAirlines.
Took a taxi to the hotel Chateau Caribbean.
Walk along …
... like anywhere else people have their favorites cuisine. Which includes local fresh fruit juice. So far, mine is watermelon with ginger followed by cantaloupe. Although cantaloupe, mango, and pineapple seem to be local favorites. And the debate continues to rage on regarding stew chicken and rice and beans. I happen to like Nerie's (located downtown) which gives you enough for two days plus a side of potato salad for $4 U.S.