Ramada Belize City Princess Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... bloke called Chris in Mexico, the tour leader. Apparently, who was very surprised that anyone wanted to arrive early in Belize City, and advised me to go over to the Cayes. I went to the Museum - an old prison, where they have converted the old gallows space into toilets. Came back to the hotel to find that 4 of the tour group had booked in early too, meeting them in the bar.
another reggae concert outside my room ...
... suspicion us and mentioned that I have mostly clothing.
She too did not believe me, and you could tell that she wanted me to open up everything. Luckily the conductor stepped in and said we are already very late and that she please not look at my stuff. Fortunately, that helped and I was allowed to pass, causing about 30 minutes delay for everyone on the bus. The rest of the drive was unspectacular. There were no farmers with chickens boarding, but the bus with a capacity of ...
... steep hill to Ben's Bluff, and to a small pool below a small waterfall. I liked it, but I didn't see one of the 60 - 80 Jaguars that live in the sanctuary (and the reason for its existence) or any snakes, which is not necessarily a bad thing.
I slept well that night, despite the humidity (I borrowed a fan). I was hoping for rain to cool it down but it didn't arrive until I was ...
... is not really a bad way spend a few hours. The captain dropped anchor for the first stop of the day next to a boat of local fishermen who were cleaning conch caught in the morning and also feeding and taking care of a beautiful and enormous leatherback turtle which, unfortunately, is almost completely blind. Swimming with her for half an hour was truly wonderful; despite being really cute and despite her sight problems, which led her to bang her head everywhere, ...
From Caye Caulker, we caught another water taxi to the busy city of Belize City and we hurried out of there as quick as possible. Getting a taxi to the bus station was difficult as no taxis were labeled. We got to the bus station to have our first experience with Belizean buses. The bus station had no organisation at all, no ticket offices or timetables, just a few locked gates numbered 1 to 5 and a crowd of people standing ...