Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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.
... wannaaa gi ya aan educaaation on ma contraa. Mi no beg, mi no borra, mi no steeaal, mi ed-ya-cate n gottaa ge a lil peeece o cheeeese fo da'. Interested as I was in an education, I didn't have any cheese for the poor guy so I had to also decline.
There wasn't a whole lot to see in the town, which in itself made me like the place, in that case its more about felling the city than ticking off landmarks. It was a bit strange walking along Albert St, Queens Rd, ...
... similarities and close ties with Tikal about 20 miles away.
... storm right above town. That cleared up and the festivities got under way. I caught the tail end of the mayor's speech, which appeared to be as long as a Peter Jackson movie, and then a Government Minister made what he promised would be a brief address (another politician's promise). But eventually the parade started. This was a little chaotic but fun. Then the rain started again. I think ...
... happened under the sea the sharks and sting rays and other big fishes would rumble for the food. One of the crew accidentally swept past me and I screamed thinking it was a shark or sting ray. But again, absolutely amazing to see these creatures in their natural habitat. Unnerving at times but I tried to keep my distance, once in a while a sardine landed near me so I had to swim away as fast as I could cause I knew what was coming up behind me. We saw a giant sting ray ...