Coconuts Caribbean Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On Tuesday, I stayed home and worked on some homework, while others went snorkeling and fishing. It was good to get caught up on my work. I decided to take a break and go fishing off the dock! Robby helped me for maybe a minute but then he left. I sat there for maybe 5 minutes until I had a bite. I started to reel the line in. I caught a Snapper. It was gigantic. I had no ...
... on Ambergris Caye for lunch. The girls and I found an excellent place with views of the water. Afterwards we went for a walk around the town until it was time to reboard the boat. Now it was time to swim with the sharks. We anchored at a place called Shark-ray Alley. Carlos threw some food in and the sharks all came swimming over. Maggie said 'we're going to need a bigger boat'. These were nurse sharks and Carlos assured us that ...
So today was like yesterday waking up to awful weather but today, it didn't improve. We woke up to rain and were glad we brought our coats. After another brilliant shower we left the room and headed off for breakfast. We wanted to try some food called 'Fry Jacks' which we'd also been recommended. This turned out to be the best food so far. About $3-$4 each, they were a cross between a crispy pancake and a pasty. I had an egg, cheese and chicken one and it was ...
... time - was gutted. Met Alex in sports bar who confirmed was cancelled and not going til Sunday at frenchies! So frustrating! Went back to hostel and vegged. Popped out for homemade belizian fudge ice cream. Played scrabble with tom, kristen and jake, then again with matt - champion! Crazy storm, thunder rumbling and could feel it in the pit of your stomach, lightening lit up whole sky and lots of ...
... that the Southern part of Belize is not commonly travelled by tourists as there isn’t that much to see. We chose, unwisely, not to listen to those critiques and decided to hire a car the following day to do some exploring of our own.
The car cost an arm and a leg alone, but seeing as though we hadn’t driven in over 4 months we figured ...