La Perla Del Caribe
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the day snorkelling and had seafood coconut curry on the boat. It was boiling hot so was nice to keep snorkelling to keep cool. On the way back we listened to reggae music and had rum punch with the captain and other sailors it was a great day seeing all the sea life. Once we returned we had jerk chicken with rice on the beach near Front Street from a small local restaurant and relaxed in the ...
... blue. And when we got off the boat everyone speaks with a Caribbean accent and I love it! Kind of like Jamaican crossed with something else but just the vibe and atmosphere of this place is amazing. Unfortunately it was raining just a tad so it wasn't as idyllic as Diego had made it out to be but still awesome. Went for a stroll round town to get our bearings and the hotel. Omg the hotel. Compared to what we've been in the past few days, this is like 5* to us. Hot ...
... t very warm. The sauces were quite tasty, though. Then an early night.
Next morning, up at 7 and relax with coffee, tea and Cake Man's oatmeal cookies, which were more like oatmeal cake. (Well, he is the CAKE Man, not the Cookie Man).
... swimming leisurely towards Phil. They exchanged glances before the turtles disappeared leisurely into the blue. Turtle, tick. Then I hear our snorkelling guide excitedly shouting "eel! eel!" This time I start circling in haste, searching for a small black snake below us until I suddenly catch glimpse of an enormous green moray eel swimming about the reef below, it's menacing, serpent-like face studying those swimming around it. I've never felt uncomfortable ...
... journey so it wasn't too bad for us especially because the busses were really well air conditioned! We arrived in Caye Caulker at about 5pm gaining an extra hour because of the different time zones. Our hotel isn't quite as nice as the other ones we have stayed in and the water smells really weird so that makes showering quite hard, there isn't proper air conditioning either so it felt like we were constantly in a sauna! On our first evening here we went down to ...