Hotel de la Fuente

Address: 14 Main Street, Orange Walk, 84, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Main Street, Orange Walk.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Orange Walk

      Days 15 - 17

      A travel blog entry by jhpyatt on Mar 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      Our first hostel stop - in Chetumal - was eventful, in stark contrast to the town itself. We stayed at Posada Chetumal, which on arrival seemed fine, and we quickly got chatting to an interesting group from Quebec. However, as soon as dusk arrived our power and water stopped. Bearing in mind we were in an urban area with little wind, the stagnant, …

      Home Sweet Home

      A travel blog entry by hereiamsendme on Oct 14, 2013

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... below. Stove?...Who needs a stove when you are in
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      Por fin estamos en nuestra casa!! Desde
      que llegue a esta asignacion me he dado cuenta de lo importante que
      es el tener un lugar al que pueda llamar hogar. No me refiero a un
      lugar nuevo y costoso, si no un lugar donde, despues de predicar todo
      el dia en el sol por calles polvosas y casas llenas de bichos, ...

      Busses, taxis, busses, boats, fins and busses

      A travel blog entry by adamanddorota on Aug 08, 2013

      1 comment

      ... with zen in it! great fun. so we take a small boat down a river, through the jungle. dorota fed a spider monkey hanging from a tree. we saw various birds, including a hawk, a small alligator and a snake. get this; the sugar cane distillery is close to the rum distillery, which is close to the alcohol recovery center. ah, the cycles of life.

      we then hiked and climbed the mayan ruins of lamanai. this city had thrived 900 years after the fall of most ...

      Unbelizeable Start to Summer

      A travel blog entry by swatts on Jun 03, 2012

      6 photos

      ... long). We bypassed a community full of people outside, riding bikes, chatting, walking around, etc.

      We stopped once at a gas station where I took the opportunity to grab some rum (why not, everyone else was doing it)! A young local man working there influenced my decision to by a specific kind...and days later I found out from a local friend I made that he was guiding toward the ****** kind. Made me realize ...

      Ice Factory, Mennonite People and Lamanai Ruins

      A travel blog entry by jmabro on Nov 16, 2011

      67 photos

      ... have the convenience of going down to the shop to buy whatever it is we are hankering after :-) Actually, cynicism aside, we are living in incredible times of progress but I do wonder if it would not help so many people living around the poverty line if they were given the tools with which to create subsistence farming for communities?! It may solve some of the issues and situations that such societies now find themselves living in... (climbing down off the soapbox now to return ...