TripAdvisor Reviews Ramons Village Belize
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... to be derelict, but Ken somehow managed to steal wifi. It looked a bit dodgy, so we didn't go ashore - and Ken even locked up overnight.
We started off going to the Blue Hole inside the reef but, after nudging a coral bombie and getting pretty close to a few more, turned tail and went for the longer, deep water route - and a jolly good thing too, because I caught a very nice little blackfin tuna for dinner. There was nobody ...
... the crocs supposedly sighted. When we reached the lagoon with brackish water from a mix of ocean and river inlets things got interesting. A certain type of plankton here with the right mix water creates light when there is movement. We used sticks to draw lines of magical glowing light in the water and the guide would jump on the boat scaring the fish which looked like shooting stars as they sped away. The outlines ...
... similar climate, houses on stilts, lots of rubbish everywhere.
We went to Xunantunich and walked around and climbed the castle there. This used to inhabited by a royal family of the Mayans around 600BC.....
Was quite steep to climb but an amazing view at the top! We could also see Guatamala as we were right near the ...
... of the country – formerly known as British Honduras, changed to Belize in 1973, and through a few riots and petitions to the Queen they achieved independence in 1981. It was also formerly known as the Mosquito Coast.
Our group named itself “The UnBelizable A Team” and when Ken called us together we were to reply “ya mon!”
Because the ride was a hour long, two other guides took the mike and ...
... started off at Cahal Pech, a small Mayan ruins on the outskirts of town. Our guide, Patrick, A Belizien (who is half Mayan, half Kreol) was excited to be showing us this site, as whilst it's small (the site is only two acres) it's probably the most interesting site in Belize.
Had we not had a guide we probably wouldn't have spent anywhere near as long at the ruins as we did, but with him telling us about this history and showing us around the ...
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