Paradise Vacation Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... Danish to the Keys. A giant reef and also known as the "Aquarium". Only 1.5hrs away from the shore, lies this Paradise area, consisting of numerous tiny islands. A wonderful nature reserve, where you see hardly any other people. We spent the day snorkelling with a huge amount of sardines, many turtles, reef sharks and mantas. For lunch we brought some chicken and salads, which we threw on the BBQ, existing on one of the islands. What a great day! We ended it with ...
is in Caye Caulker...an observation, not a complaint. Afterwards, we went to
Rick's place where I had a Mexicano - quesadilla with black beans, cheese and
ground beef....very yummy!! Deborah had a chicken curry burrito, she too, loved
her meal. After lunch, we headed to the pier to just hang out, and watch the guys
fish on the dock. We then noticed a boat coming into the sandy shore, then saw a ...
... then we grabbed the literature cart for a bit and set that up. Nobody really came over to talk to us but we got to know each other quite well. Then we got a quick game of volleyball in before heading heading over to Roger and Siriphon's for dinner. We had some tuna with wasabi and a seafood salad with squid and conch. Roger said he is gonna teach me how to do some Belizian cooking tomorrow so I look forward to my ...
... our refund for the missed 1/2 day and headed to Dangriga. We picked up an older lady on the way down the Sittee River Road. Central American's don't "hitch hike", they wait at the side of the road for a ride, or the bus, whichever comes first.
We have to admire these people. Biking, or walking a great distance is a part of getting to your destination. They don't shy away from an hour bike ride down virtual donkey paths to get ...
... of people they seem like; not sure what their response to having foreigners in their towns, villages and countries will be like. For the most part people like travellers for the economic benefit it brings their town but sometimes people feel invaded by the flood of people moving through their homeland to 'see' and experience their part of the world. Hopkins is a small town made up of people who are beyond friendly, helpful and full of love. Walking down the street you ...