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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Chetumal
... windows were down with wind and dust flying in. At the border the two Russian ladies that were in our group had issues with their visas, so that delayed us a further 45 minutes and in the end we had to leave them there while they sorted it out. They would then travel by themselves to Belize City and catch us up. Once we crossed the border we were into Belize and headed to Belize City a further 4 hours away. Along the way we saw ...
... lake. Preparations for the annual St. Patrick’s Day pizza party were in progress, but no problem, we were welcomed in by Kathryn from Kingston, Ontario, one of the co-owners. She was appropriately dressed in green for the occasion with matching hair and fingernails. She showed us a large, light, and breezy room overlooking the lake and invited us to the party. We tentatively showed up to the screened picnic/kitchen/bar area by the lake where we were immediately ...
730am departure but in true Latin American style we were told not to worry till 815. Our shuttle arrived at 813. Today I was still feeling dreadful so again a bit of a blur. Border crossing - Guatemala into Belize was surprisingly quite easy. Greeted by a guide who swapped our quetzals for a decent rate and crossed the border with minimal hardship. Back to the bus - another couple of hours to Belize City 6pm reached the Mexican border Taxi to our hostel La ...
... adults. I think we had more leg room on the airplane. The bus made a lot of stops, picking up people (mostly students on their way to school) and dropping people off. After about an hour, we finally arrived in Orange Walk. We were supposed to be met at the bus terminal by Antonio, the owner of the tour company, but he wasn't there so we got a taxi to take us to his office. He wasn't there either but did arrive about five minutes later. A young lady from Germany and a party ...
... all of this, he told me that there were public phones at the first ADO bus station and I could have called from one of those phones. Who thinks of public phones nowadays? Go figure! At least that dilemma was taken care of. An hour later we were on a bus similar to a Greyhound bus and on our way to Chetumal. The scenery wasn't much as there are trees and bushes on either side of the road so you can't see much. Fortunately, they had movies playing on screens ...