Hotel del Rio
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro
... the local reefs after we checked into our hotel. This was well worth the trip as we not only saw lots of colourful fish on the reefs but we also had the experience of snorkelling with reef sharks and sting ray! We enjoyed hanging out at the split, swimming and drinking cocktails in the evenings. The island is not short of great litt le places to eat, we were particularly fond on the 'fry jacks' (fried ...
... Belize City it was straight on a boat out to an island called Caye Caulker (pronounced key. I don’t know why it’s spelt like that). On the boat I heard two girls talking. My ears pricked up… they sounded like home! I asked them where they were from and they were from between Leeds and Manchester, they were no nonsense northern girls and I liked it. We had a reet good chat like.
By the time I got to my hostel I was pretty wrecked. In fact, the next three days ...
... film btw!). So that takes me to today where it's been a little stormy (huge thunderstorm this morning) so involved a bit of sunbathing, lots of napping and quite a bit of eating! We're catching a catamaran tomorrow to head down the coast of Belize over the next 3 days, which I'm looking forward to (just hoping for not too much rain....some forecast but fingers crossed!). Anyway will hand over to Mr L to update you on that in a couple of days! Big love ...
... I encountered the rest of the group. The captain had already been looking for me, but he was too excited because of the Manatees to be mad at me for getting lost :D
That was the last spot of our trip, and we headed back towards Caye Caulker, about 1,5h sailing time from where we were. On the return trip Chris gave us some insights into the Creole language which is widely spoken in Belize, and we learned that it consists to 80% of English words without grammar and to 20% ...
... busy day because we had to plan and book our R&R in Caye Caulker, get food for our trek and had the worlds best ice cream at a cute little ice cream shop by our hostel. Due to us arriving on a Sunday, everything was closed resembling a ghost town, lucky Jenna's Kitchen was open and we got to experience the best street food ever. Bright and early the next morning we bought fresh fruit that was incredible, then we squished 14 people and all off our packs, ...