Embassy Hotel

Address: Mile 3, Northern Highway, Ladyville, Belize District, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Mile 3, Northern Highway, Ladyville, is near Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing with Major Tom, Coral Breeze Tours Cave Tubing Adventure, and Museum of Nature Artistry.
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Travel Blogs from Ladyville

Travel blog Entry 30. Belize

A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Feb 14, 2015

... crocked tree sanctuary and another Mayan site called Lamanai. We'd only planned to stay in Belize for 7 days and ended up staying for 11. We bid a final farewell to our new travelling companions and headed back to Mexico. Belize was a fantastic and welcoming country and somewhere I would definitely come back to. Photos are here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.10155248292870722.1073741850.6914557 21&type=1&l=417fee46b1 * http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mennonit ...

Caye Caulker day 2

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 27, 2014

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... hostel for jungle rum and pool. My game is real off tonight and get smashed by Leesh and Purto numerous times before finding the touch and giving them both a lesson. Leesh gives Purto a good run and he's not impressed before beating her later. Certainly would not have enjoyed losing twice to Leesh. After a few games we give up and head back to the room for wifi to catch Zac's first ride of the night. Purto and I intend on ...

Getting there: a challenge in itself

A travel blog entry by pachi on Jul 05, 2014

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... 2 and took a cab to Terminal 3 as the airport bus had just departed. We were hoping to get some lunch there. However, this is a small terminal used by private planes and Tropic Air and there are no vending machines or food of any kind, nor drinking water. It was difficult to even recognize that it was a terminal. I must say that the Tropic Air person was amiable and efficient, although even he couldn't understand part of one of the forms ...

Rastas, reggae, lobsters and a lot of diving!

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 14, 2014

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... sharks but we only saw a few Caribbean reef sharks which were still pretty cool. The main draw is that you dive to 40 metres (the deepest we had been before was 30) see the stalactites that are at that depth (the Blue Hole is actually a limestone cave where the roof has collapsed, the stalactites should have dissolved in the seawater but they haven't which makes it a geological curiosity) and basically boast that you have done it!

The next 2 dives were pretty special ...

You better Belize it!

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 24, 2014

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... up the reef and spent the rest of the day relaxing along the beach.

The next day we grabbed a quick breakfast and went down to the yacht which was taking us out for the day to meet the rest of the group who would be joining us. The day included three snorkel stops, and all our drinks, lunch and snacks. The three locals guys looking after us were brilliant hosts and their Caribbean humor had us in good moods all ...