Coconuts Caribbean Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... taxi, option one, from Belize City to get to the island earlier in the week. We took the other option, a quick flight, back to Belize City for our return. The advantage of flying out of Caye Caulker is that the flight arrives directly at the airport, saving time and the hassle of negotiating a taxi and drive in the city. For about $80 a piece, we were two of twelve passengers on the 9:10am Tropic ...
Hi All, Arrived in the super chill island of Caye Caulker today. Everything, everyone and even the Internet all abide by the motto - Go Slow. No computer to upload photos here so posts may be scarce for a few days. Nonetheless, looking forward to some snorkelling adventures tomorrow - maybe we'll even see some ...
... was at Tackle Box reef. Was a 45 minutes dive with max depth of 82 feet. There were some Caribbean reef sharks swimming with us actually really close which was a blast to watch them! Once we got back to the dock my mission for a new battery began. I headed to the recommended dive shop in hopes they could help... they got my watch open and we soon realized the battery they thought would work didn't...my heart sank! ...
... comfy and the showers, despite looking a lot like the ones back at Wildtracks, were really hot and had smooth flow. Probably the best shower I've ever had. But that could be biased as we hadn't had a warm one in a while. We then went out for some food and tried to find the Little Kitchen despite being tempted by an all you can eat, it was recommended by one of the other volunteers so we gave it a try. It was very off the beaten track from the main road, but I think that was the beauty ...
It was a stinking hot day on Friday and I was on the move again. I got the colectivo to the Belizean border. There, after reminding myself to speak English, I walked across to Belize, got a taxi to a town called Benque and from there a bus to San Ignacio.
Upon arrival at the hostel (1) I discovered that Sunday was Independence day. It sounded like ...