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Dispatches from Caye Caulker and Placencia, Belize: As it was our last night in
Caye Caulker, we decided to go to a more expensive restaurant called Habaneros,
which in fact, is owned by a Canadian guy from Edmonton. We had virgin pina
colada's for our drinks, and an appetizer called Voodoo cakes, which contained
shrimp, lobster and crab, with a hot sauce....delicious. For our entree's,
Deborah had Thai Curry Snapper ...
... and nap til we reach Belize City. Purto has a shocker if a ride next to a guy who stunk of smoke so bad it was hard to breathe from across the aisle from him, let alone next to him. We get to Belize City around 8am and exchange our pesos into Belize dollars. We get done for around $30 transaction fee etc as they tell us no ATMs work in the islands and we were short cash. Migraines quickly kick in for Leesh so drug her up and get our tickets to Caye caulker. Belize City is a piece ...
... so he could replace it. I got back to this shop at 11:15 and the boat was planning to leave at 11:30 for the next dive which I didn't want to miss! So I hurried back and made it back to Ramon's just in time to board the boat, sync my dive computer. and away we went. Dive 2 was at Tres Cocos it was another beautiful dive, 50 minutes max depth of 67 feet. So I have no underwater pics this trip to, no photo ...
... Thai came to BZ$35. 6 dishes and a drink for a tenner, nice! After watching some local drumming and a crazy bloke dance, we were going to get a few beers but were both knackered. Being the budgeters we have to be, we managed to connect to the WIFI outside the bar we were in earlier in the day, so I spent the rest of the evening sitting on the boardwalk with feet in the water beneath the stars. Caye Caulker seemed especially quiet tonight, but I may have been too drunk to notice the day ...
... Palmerston North staying there. Later I went for a walk to see what the locals were up to; not much as it turned out, mostly milling around waiting for the midnight fireworks display, of which the hostel rooftop provided a great viewpoint.
Independence day itself was Sunday, which started out very hot. Not much was happening in town in the morning, and in the early afternoon there ...
Other places to stay in San Pedro
Beach Front, # 7 Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $136
Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 2 star hotelfrom $333
Kaminoyama Onsen, San Pedro | 3 star hotel
- Belize Yacht Club
- Okay but not great
- A fantastic stay!
22 Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $186
- A perfect honeymoon
- OK, but not great
- Ideal location for our wedding
Ambergris Caye, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Pescador Drive, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $250
Beach Front, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $185
- Das beste Hotel auf Ambergris Caye
- Best hotel on Ambergris Caye
- Would Not Stay Anywhere Else
Coconut drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $233
11 Foreshore Street, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $39
Barrier Reef Dr. , San Pedro | Hotelfrom $76
1/4 Mile North of Downtown, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $50
6 miles north of San Pedro, San Pedro | 4 star hotelfrom $435
Downtown, Beachfront, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $40
Barrier Reef Dr., San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $58
1170 Aylmer Road, Gatineau | 4 star hotelfrom $54
3.5 Miles South of San Pedro Town, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $250
Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $55
- PERFECT LOCATION!!
- Great Place, Great People, Great Value!!!!!!
- Corona del Mar, Woodies, is the Best!
Seagrape Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $110
2 mils north of San Pedro, San Pedro | 4 star hotelfrom $349