Parrot Cove Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Room service
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... cargo so I tapped a pair of Swedes on the shoulder who were listening to music and reading their Lonely Planet book and pointed out maybe they would like to give their seat up for the lady and her family. At first the Swede just looked at me point blankly and I wondered if he didn't speak English but then he firmly exclaimed "No", turned and put his earphones back in his ears and continuing reading his book. Freddie and I, along with all of the locals, were in shock. We ...
... a "Brazier" than she thought. We each had an ice cream.
The highways have not improved much in the past year, but the road to Hopkins certainly has. The EU made some big promises about improving the road, but they ran out of cash so it is now a fairly well graded road with a bit of concrete at one end and a plan for some new bridges (read concrete box culverts) over the water.
We found the Coconut Grove, where the manager of ...
... working, so we had to move over to the next one. (I, of course, had dumped the contents of my bags on the bed to try to verify that I was missing a pair of glasses, so I had to stuff everything back in to move next door.) It was a lovely day so we went exploring a bit and ended up at Windschief Beach Bar for lunch (fish and ...
... After dropping our bags at our varied accommodation we all meet back at the Tasty Tuna for more drinks and karaoke. That nearly everyone from the trip stayed around for a boozy evening was another indication of the great attitude of everyone on the boat. Sadly the crew had to head back to Caye Caulker so the boat could be used for the next scheduled trip and were unable to join us at the after party. I’m sure they would have put in a great showing at the ...
... so went straight to Hopkins, where had to walk along a 3 mile dirt track until eventually I was able to jump in the back of a truck to complete the rest of the journey.
Hopkins was essentially just a small stretch of beach, which while nice, you soon ran out of things to do. I asked if there was anything to do without paying much money the answer was a pretty comprehensive no.
Following in tradition for the rest of my Belize trip, most of the time was spent ...