Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
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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.
... Maya of Lamanai rebelled and drove the Spanish out. The Spanish was not able to return to Lamanai, but a tiny unseen germ brought by the Spanish called Smallpox was able to decimate the Mayans; something the Conquistadors were unable to do by force of arms. The survivors of the smallpox epidemic left the city. Leaving it to the jungle where it had began more than a 2,000 years before. Slowly and inevitably the jungle reclaimed the city so that the once proud monuments ...
... tube" from Toronto to Atlanta. Once we cleared customs, we had about an hour to kill before our puddle jumper to Caye Caulker, so we went upstairs for some traditional Belizean food--french fries. And I got my first of an untold number of Belikin beers on this trip (The one pictured is actually my second; the first didn't last long enough to get a photo.) ...
... an investment for a refresher on how to drive. Practice was plentiful, with the chance to dodge the ever frequent stray dog and the occasional horse.
Our goal was to head to a small village in the South of Belize called San Jose. Here there was a sinkhole we had read a tiny bit about and wanted to see for ourselves. When we arrived in the village we ...
... ferry by 30 minutes, which meant we had an hour till the 12:00pm ferry. So we decided to walk around Belize City. Belize City was pretty run down and there was not much to see at all. After a really quick 15 minute walk, we decided to grab some lunch. I had a bean and cheese burrito and a coke. The meal was delicious and it only costed $4! After lunch, we decided to go back to the ferry terminal to wait for our water taxi to Caye Caulker. At about 11:55 we boarded our water taxi ...