Ramada Belize City Princess Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a mango rum, it was five o'clock somewhere, got some shot glasses, walked outside the port area to a poor looking city, we walked around about a mile, looking around, you would get approach for tours, money etc.., headed back to the port to ride back to ship got on the tender Ansanti, to ride back, the sea condition where good, the boat we where in was having engine trouble, it would blow back smoke to the passenger area and fume us out, it was ...
... to circumnavigate. The reef is walking distance from the shore so we wadded into the crystal clear blue water equipped with snorkels and flippers. As we floated close to shore it was like sticking your head into an aquarium. Less than a metre from the top of the water was an underwater wonderland of corals in shades of purple and orange and exotic fish of every shape, size and colour. Throughout the day we shuttled between beach and sea, swimming alongside a huge grey sting ...
... accurately portrays just how ‘secure’ the ladder was) to see the Crystal Maiden, a full skeleton of what was likely a female in her late teen/early 20s that has since calcified and gleams like the bones were made of crystals. Not surprisingly, the sacrifices didn’t work and the ancient Maya population essentially vanished and has left historians ...
... local guy who offered to show us a few cheap places. He seemed to know the island very well, so we let him guide us. After roughly 30 minutes we ended up paying BZD 40 for quite a nice room with shared bathroom. Since there was nobody besides us we kept the bathroom practically to ourselves.
After taking a shower we went out to have something to eat. Unfortunately we discovered that anything on the island was pretty pricey. The cheapest food was a small portion ...
... Only to stand on the street and argue about us coming to their house and continuously knocking. To be perfectly honest, it would have taken less energy to just open the bus than the cause the fuss they did, but some people just like to make a point. So my first real experience of Belize was dragging a German guy I didn't know around Belize city, thinking I was going to get us robbed and murdered and then standing in the street with two Mexicans and an ...