Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... ramp and into his arms. On his command we would roll over onto our backs and he put the stingrays onto our stomachs and guided them to swim up over our faces. To say it was incredible is an understatement. The difference in texture between the underside and the top of the stingray is astounding. The top is like sandpaper while their belly is almost like jelly. As we swam along the stingrays were obviously not bothered by us as they would bump into us as they swam past us. After seeing ...
... bananas from a guy on the side of the street, come back to our little bungalow, read our books and enjoyed some fruit salad. Will probably have a nap, go for a swim in the rain and then figure out where we should go for dinner. The nice thing about this rain is it is still short and tank top kind of weather so compared to what the weather is like back home this tropical rain is nice!
And that's a full day of some good quality relaxation. ...
... much fun to be worried. Even when we went out past the reef, which had been around 20ft deep into the drop off where the depth increased dramatically to about 100ft they weren't bothered at all. We snorkelled for about one and a half hours, seeing so many variety of fish, including Moray Eel, Parrot Fish, Grouper, Barracuda, Angel Fish and even "Dorey" from Finding Nemo. Back on the boat it was time to go to "Shark and Ray Alley" which everyone was a little more nervous about. As ...
... to and from Hopkins are chicken buses. They are God awful. The first one we were on was horrid. Son shared a seat with two girls who hailed from the Underarm Hair Factory and I sat on the floor between millions of perspiring Belizeans. And on the one out of Hopkins I spent 3 hours standing. But it was definitely worth it.
Hopkins was rural but it still had everything we needed. There was a cool restaurant that served decent meals and even had a rodent dish that ...
... quite nervous. Finally the bus arrives and we head off. The blond boy gets off a few miles down the road where an ancient pick up truck with some more blond folks in overalls are waiting.
Oh, I get it. They're Mennonites. There's a German Mennonite colony out in the middle of nowhere here in Belize.
Finally we reach the border of Guatemala. I know I haven't spent nearly enough time here in Belize, but this is a lightning tour, and it's time to head on my way. ...