Hol Chan Reef Resort Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is right on the beach (I think I will be spending most of my time there) I'm very thankful to have my own room for ten days. I'm also thankful that I have my own personal chef and adventure guide. It also came with kayaks, which we decided to try out. It was definitely a humorous kayak ride. Let's just say ocean kayaking is a lot harder then it looks. It also came with paddle boards. I am exited to try it ...
... is building a farm. Seems a very cool guy with an interesting life, he was born in Canada and grew up in India. After this we found Sandy Beach. It was very basic accommodation and ran by some locals. BZ$27 so about £8 for our own twin room with a sink and toilet and shower block outside. Not the social aspect of a hostel or wifi. But for the price we couldn't complain. It was $30 each it some of the hostels. After chilling for a bit we decided to go for a walk. We had a drink ...
Sun is shining . . . 30F . . . great day to head out to the reef for a snorkel.
French Angel Expedition, a small locally owned and run operation has come very highly recommended so that's who we're going with.
We've decided on the 1/2 day Caye Caulker Marine ...
Three weeks into my travels and I've already realised that I have done it again, I've overpacked. I'm gradually emptying the backpack, leaving a trail of useless items and clothes across Mexico and Belize, of course it goes without saying that this just leaves me more space for shopping..... Mexico started out great, flying into Cancun where I immediately hopped onto a bus down the coast to Tulum, a mixture of resorts on beautiful white beaches and local life just ...
... water and to a depth of about 18 meters. The current was pushing us back and forth and that was enough for me to heave up breakfast through my regulator. It’s a daunting thing being sick underwater. I looked up to see the surface so far away and knew my only chance was to let loose exactly where I was. Shortly after my episode a nurse shark swam up to me to have a taste. Would have preferred a school of fish to that ...