Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... around the island hunting for good yogurt and bread. We met quite a few expats from around the world who had come to Caye Caulker seeking something different. The locals were also very friendly, we always got hellos and plenty of womanizing comments (although every comment was innocent, and free of the creepy looks we got in Peru).
So after days of sunshine and one night of pure torrential rain, it was time for me to ...
... Now Chelsea was probably the most experienced diver in our group, followed by Floris, myself, Dan and then our novice Deborah. Well, to all her family, friends and colleagues, she really impressed me with her bravery and courage. For a person, that only had a few dives (in very calm waters, back in Nova Scotia), she did an awesome job!! As I said before, once we descended, below the surface it was nice and calm and the first sea life we saw were.....are you ready for ...
... on Caye Caulker. It probably has to to do with the fact that no cars are allowed in the island. Golf carts and bicycles leisurely drive by, never faster than like 10 miles an hour, and always wait for dogs to cross. We checked into our colorful, hammock-ladened hostel, Yuma's House, just off the dock. My first dog friend ended up being the hostel's dog that the owner, a German ex-pat, ended up adopting along with the hostel about 3 years ago. After putting down our things ...
... told to have
a quick explore of the site; climb the pyramid and go into the burial chambers.
We were then given trowels and pick axes and got to work digging up the long
buried Mayan wall; making sure to keep an eye out for any pottery shards or
artefacts we may come across. Needless
to say in seconds we were all caked in mud and dust, and had hacked half of the
ground away. After toiling away for about an hour, we had uncovered a fairly
... return date and it was sad to leave. On our way to the Guatemalan border we stopped at the Belize zoo. It was surprising to see a zoo operating to North American standards in that country. Since it was a national holiday very few local buses ran along to the border. We have met a fellow Canadian Marc riding a bicycle across Central America. Our chat was enjoyable while trying to hitch a ride. All of us took turns trying to flag down cars. One, ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting