Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Our water taxi was a 45-50min to our next destination of Caye Caulker. Friends had spoken of its beauty, of the people and of paradise. We were not too sure on what to expect. However, 45 minutes later we arrived to what is truly paradise.
... not open to the public and another time they were painting the tables out back (it's kind of dark and enclosed to eat inside). Well the sandwich certainly wasn't the way we remembered it. Mediocre at best. Maybe the cook has Sundays off or maybe it's just different ownership. Anyway, we wandered home and changed for our kayaking ...
... one particular wave actually went over the bow of the boat and came crashing down on everyone sitting (and hanging on for dear life) in the back - luckily we were strapped in to our tanks ready to go if the boat sunk!!!
- Bike cruising: what can I say about this? Cool bikes, flat roads, sunny conditions, and no traffic - recipe for just cruising and having fun. From the house to the Split, from the Split to Sid’s, from Sid’s back to the Split, from the Split ...
... didn’t spot any this time either – apparently they’re nesting…
It was raining again on Saturday morning but luckily the water was calm by the time we headed back on the water taxi to Belize City for our flight back home. It was a long day’s waiting and travelling but at least there were no delays; we even landed early! We were greeted by a meowing Tigger and a lap-running Lulu – we had a wonderful holiday but it’s great to be back home ...
... is pretty handy or it's 2 Belize dollars to 1 US dollar. Edwin explained that Belize was a melting pot of people from everywhere - China, Middle East, Armish Germans!! I saw Chinese restaurants in Belize how odd!
Also saw some sugarcane plantations (used mainly for rum yay baby) which reminded me of Mauritius!
After a long can journey, off we go on the last leg of our journey - boat ride to Caye Caulker!
Made it to Caye ...