Popeyes Beach Resort
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So impressions of Belize so far, are that the people are very welcoming and friendly (and speak English). The beer is tasty and the food is a good mix of Caribbean, Mexican and Belizian.
We woke up at 6am Monday morning, and the town of Corozol was much more alive then the whole time we had been there exploring on Sunday. It was very …
... you’re in the West Indies. Everyone finishes each sentence with Yer man, respect or similar. It’s incredibly hard to put it words but it’s a great place, everyone likes to chat and say hi & nothing is too much trouble.
It took about 4hrs from the border to the main town Belize City, the countryside was so different to Mexico more palm trees, more tropical a bit like Northern Queensland. We headed straight out to Caye ...
... to an edge where it drops down another 15-20 metres (50-60ft.) and you're soaring over the edge...weightlessness! Fantastic experience!!! I was again, the first one to the surface, and then Floris came up and he said.."did you see the Dolphin", and I said NO!! damn....I missed seeing the Dolphin, but I was running low on air, so I had to surface or I would not be writing this blog now!! Chelsea has some video and photos that she will share with us at a later date....So stay tuned ...
... new Brian Lumley book. At about noon, we finally got ready for breakfast at Sobre Las Olas again...but even we went too slow by Caye Caulker's standards and missed breakfast. Kevin got a salty, chewy lobster club sandwich and we decided to not go back to this place again. We ran back into Phillip again and spent the early evening talking and drinking at the hostel. At 8pm, we went to the Barrier Reef Sports Bar to do some trivia!! For once, I was the strongest team ...
... jungle on
the mainland to go cave tubing. After an afternoon sent vaguely exploring the
town, we booked the trip, and the next morning headed off with our guide. The
day began with a drive out to the river system (everything according to our
guide was seven miles away), and then at the base we got given our rubber rings
and head torches. From there we headed out into the jungle, as our guide
stopped at each plant and talked us through the ins and outs ...