La Perla Del Caribe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... If it's any consolation, one of the times we went out to snorkel the dark grey clouds were looming ominously (it is the wet season) when the heavens opened just as we got in the water. And this was serious rain, accompanied by thunder and lightning all around us. When you lifted your head up visibility was down to only a few metres due to the severity of the rain. But when you put your head back in the water there was a picture of ...
... and a whole array of fish. That night we all headed out to a reggae bar in town, nothing particularly special a lot of swings instead of seats which was both good fun and hazardous at the same time. A bunch of English army guys on break on the island soured the night a touch but all in all it was a fun night. After procrastinating all day, both due to a hangover and a desire to stay on the island, Meera, Ruki and I jumped on a chicken bus in Belize City and headed to San ...
... food here was cheap, but very good value for money, it's defiantly worth a visit for a good meal if you decide to come here. Oh yeah, happy hour is pretty good here as well. After Dinner most of the guys decided to go back to the hotel as someone decided to have a party on the roof, I wasn't really up for that tonight die to some news from NZ, so I decided I'd go to my room and have a Skype call back home instead to see how things are ...
... a local branch of Bloods or the Crips (famous LA gangs). Sufficed to say the journey, and navigation across Belize City to the dock was hassle free, maybe in part thanks to two local ladies who kindly escorted us on the short walk.
A bouncy hour later we dock at a small slice of paradise; a five by one mile tract of coral and palm in the Caribbean ...
... we are attempting to communicate he stops to pick up a random local and takes her where she needed to go. Then he stopped to drop off lunch for someone he knows. By now we are quite confused, after some more communicating we decipher that he wants to drive us to the boarder. Now to negotiate the rate....eventually we come to an agreement of $200 pesos ($18) total from the hostel to the boarder, a 45 min drive....! The drive was ummmm less ...