Conch Shell Inn
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... br> We hung out in the room for a bit, making the most of the hammock and fans before packing up and heading over to the water taxi. The boat between Caye Caulker and San Pedro is really nice, open topped and plays music. It was awesome just cruising through the stunning Carabean Sea.
Once in San Pedro, we unsucessfully hunted for the really cool t shirt we both wanted. After trying way too hard to get this one shirt in a size small, we gave up and got some ...
... in the volcanos that sat on its shores. It really was very beautiful. Casa del Mundo itself was gorgeous. All stone steps, flowers and nooks and crannies with hammocks. It was fully booked but it felt very quiet because there were so many little private spots you could relax in. There wasn’t a very good view from my room as it was kind of sideways from the lake but I was just lucky to get a room at all. And there was a lovely balcony just outside with an amazing view so it really ...
... per seat if they could fit, so that
the terminal authority does not see how many folks are actually on the bus. When
we are a few kilometres from the terminal, everyone who was sitting on the floor
gets to stand up!! Thank God!! it was not too hot of a day. The 3 1/2 hour bus
ride took 4 1/2 hours to get to our destination....Mango Creek. From the bus
terminal we took yet, another taxi to the dock for a 10 ...
The hotel in Tikal had organised a transfer across the border into Belize and onto Belize City for $70 per person which was not too bad and it ended up being a private transfer as there was no one else doing the same journey. The first leg was about 90 minutes to the border and the driver was so helpful and handled everything (including carrying our bags and passport control) to get us across the border where he passed us to a friendly old man who was equally as helpful although driving ...
... Our first stop was a beach bar. From there, we went to a bar where the expat locals congregate, but since Garyn and I had yet to eat, we left and on the street found a couple cooking burgers. It started to rain again, so they made sure to offer us some shelter while they cooked our burgers and we ate. From there, we visited another bar (we barely drank at all) and listened to live music while locals and tourists drank, danced, and had a great time. We're ...