Popeyes Beach Resort
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Left Guatemala to head back to the Belizean Coast. On the border we got a local newspaper with the headlines 'Tourists drink 6 beers every 30 minutes', and ' Diplomatic relations strained with U.K.' Got the water taxi across to the island, 1 hour. Notice in San Ignacio- 'Donot throw chickens in the fountain'. Saw the Chateau Caribbean hotel on the way, and passed some dolphin. Wind and rain started whilst ...
... 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 ...
... t very warm. The sauces were quite tasty, though. Then an early night.
Next morning, up at 7 and relax with coffee, tea and Cake Man's oatmeal cookies, which were more like oatmeal cake. (Well, he is the CAKE Man, not the Cookie Man).
... didn’t spot any this time either – apparently they’re nesting…
It was raining again on Saturday morning but luckily the water was calm by the time we headed back on the water taxi to Belize City for our flight back home. It was a long day’s waiting and travelling but at least there were no delays; we even landed early! We were greeted by a meowing Tigger and a lap-running Lulu – we had a wonderful holiday but it’s great to be back home ...
... and comfortable- and the owners were great. And best of all, steps away from the beach! Not much of a story here, other than we spent our last few days in Belize sipping cold Belikins while lying in the sunshine, working on our January tans. Our cabanas offered free bike rentals (and snorkel gear too), so we rode around the tiny island to sightsee where we could, eat at various local ...