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... homecooked foods like cakes and lots of bbq sites along the streets selling fresh cooked seafoods and other snacks. Reminds me of Rottnest island in the Carribean but way way more chilled and rustic mon.So many yummy sounding places to eat from too. We are going to really enjoy it here. We are tentatively considering a snorkelling day trip but wayne has a nasty cold so we decide to leave it till after we test snorkelling locally before committing to a ...
... with a guitar player and an excellent female singer, and it felt like the perfect place to spend the evening laughing and drinking and catching up.
After dinner we got back on the water taxi to take us back to the resort, where we got into the hot tub to finish the evening soaking in the warm water of the hot tub and enjoying the strong ocean breeze coming off the water. ...
... on his arm and my knee must have hit the jelly fish. We both swam the rest of the time in pain. At this stop the sharks were a highlight for us.
Once we got back onto the boat, we both were still in pain from the jelly fish. Carlo cut a papaya and put it on the jelly fish stung areas. Its suppose to help. At the next stop we saw a ton of coral reefs. It was beautiful. We swam around and saw more fish, some nice coral, and some sting rays. No jellyfish. I ...
... s house with stacy and her boyfriend ivan. chila is a local, who owns several businesses on the island. she dances hard when we're jamming, and is just a wonderful spirit. stacy is from santa rosa (in our hood), but relocated to the island around four years ago, and is shacked up with ivan, who grew up on the island. so we walked to chila's pad, during the most intense rain storm we'd encountered during our trip. she repeatedly poured us shots of high ...
are the main transport method in Central America and are the decommissioned
American school buses; leg room and personal space are kept to a bare minimum.
Corozal was, however, the sort of place we needed after a stressful day. The
town had the feel of a sleepy Caribbean island, with dusty but colourful
buildings, wide roads, a sea breeze, beautiful views and friendly people. We
struggled down the street with our gigantic rucksacks ...
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Other places to stay in San Pedro
7 Coconut Dr, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $136
Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 2 star hotelfrom $333
Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $238
- Belize Yacht Club
- Okay but not great
- A fantastic stay!
22 Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $186
- A perfect honeymoon
- OK, but not great
- Ideal location for our wedding
Ambergris Caye, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $116
Pescador Drive, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $250
Beach Front, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $185
- Das beste Hotel auf Ambergris Caye
- Best hotel on Ambergris Caye
- Would Not Stay Anywhere Else
Coconut drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $233
11 Foreshore Street, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $39
Barrier Reef Dr. , San Pedro | Hotelfrom $20
North of town, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $50
6 miles north of San Pedro, San Pedro | 4 star hotelfrom $435
Downtown, Beachfront, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $40
Barrier Reef Dr., San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $58
Beachfront, San Pedro | 1 star hotelfrom $54
Boca Ciega Area, San Pedro | Hotelfrom $250
Coconut Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $74
- PERFECT LOCATION!!
- Great Place, Great People, Great Value!!!!!!
- Corona del Mar, Woodies, is the Best!
Seagrape Drive, San Pedro | 3 star hotelfrom $110
2 mils north of San Pedro, San Pedro | 4 star hotelfrom $349