Gran Hotel De La Isla
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... The cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast.
Our bus was the smallest minivan I’ve ever seen, with about 12 people squeezed into it. I got the best seat in the house, wedged in between a permanently asleep Asian guy who didn’t speak a word of English, and a Dutch giant - who’s legs were so long he had to drape them right down the aisle of the bus. This was never going to be a fun 7-hour journey.
To add to the drama, we thought our driver ...
... with) whilst I had a look in the few local market stalls and tried to find somewhere to watch the football. Part of the island was flooded so we had to take a slightly different route to get back. We all went for dinner at a local restaurant where the food was really nice (a burger for Tilly and chicken and rice for me) but unfortunately the drinks weren't quite as good! The rest of the group left early on Sunday morning to go to ...
... e tutt’altro che irrangiungibile, visto che qualsiasi delle decine e decine di agenzie di viaggi di Antigua puņ prenotarti un posto su uno delle decine di minivan che fanno la spola tra questi due posti, carichi di turisti. Detto questo, non č che il viaggio sia stato una passeggiata di salute: le sei ore ufficiose si sono come al solito tramutate in quasi nove ore strizzati su un minivan con gente infilata in ogni angolo come deportati; dopo le solite ...
... security man. Who spoke no English and seemed to think I needed to queue. Luckily I was saved by another security guard who was more sensible. And let me through. What a palava. Obviously don't cater for domestic flights here!! This city has a reputation for being not especially safe. I'm heading to Antigua - an hours drive away. And had already prebooked a taxi through the hotel. So I was glad he was already waiting! How easy. Driving out of the ...
... boat back to Belize City at 1.30pm. Strange system here - you just show up with your open return ticket. No need to book. I was a little worried there may not be space (how can they know how many people will turn up?!). But all was fine. And we speeded back for 45 minutes back to the mainland. Back at the ferry terminal and I caught a taxi to the airport. It's rather expensive at $25 for a 30 minute journey. The taxi driver ...