Popeyes Beach Resort
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... and meandered through the forest to several more sites, including a beautiful ball court. We had great fun watching the antics of the spider monkeys. At one point the started throwing fruit down upon us as if to say, "go away". Lunch and a long bus ride completed the day. We settled into our new hotel ready for our last day of our journey.
... saw a small pier jutting out into the river. Stretching out from the jungle, the pier was the starting location for our journey thru the jungle to Lamanai to the lost city of the Maya called Lamanai. We had a half mile hike, back into the jungle to the structures of the city that had been reclaimed from the centuries of jungle growth, ahead of us. A city that once was a proud member of an advanced civilization, that was temporarily occupied but not conquered by an ...
... the whole bus trip :) his name is "Rodrigues" and as Danielle sleeps I'll have another friend to talk to :) Didn't get much sleep on the overnight bus, had to stop at the border and pay $25 US for a departure tax! Then had to walk into customs at the Belize border and Declare anything we needed to at this point it was belying down with rain and we are standing in the rain was insane! Quickly tried to get this process over with and jumped back on the bus! Had a further two hours on ...
... next morning.
Caye Caulkner is where most tourists come to visit in Belize and it’s not hard to see why. With white sand beaches, the second largest reef in the world just off its doorstep and the infamous Blue Hole, this place had a lot to offer.
Our first ...
... Mario's Snorkel Tour
We followed Mario to his boat which was about a 5 minute walk from his shop. I noticed the walking paths and streets were covered with white sand, but I absolutely loved that. Once we got to his boat, we met up with just one other person that was joining our group, making it only 3 people on this tour. I couldn't believe it, but I also liked it like that we were a small group. After we boarded the boat, we left the dock and headed towards our first ...