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... and very upmarket property development on either side of the road. Huge mansions, some complete others not, either facing west across the lagoon towards the inland mountains or out to sea over the Caribbean, lots of real estate signs, numerous speed humps in the road in anticipation of the invasion of people – all telling us this is where the serious money in Belize is so be prepared to shell out big time for accommodation. This part of the isthmus is known as Maya Beach and ...
... around though and so plenty of room on the sand for everyone and the sea was deliciously warm and clear. Unfortunately most of the visitors who were there hailed from the States and had the sorts of voices that carried a great distance. Some of them were from yachts moored in the lagoon and many others had homes here and pottered around the town in golf carts. We had tacos for lunch at “The Shak” and a couple of cold beers late in the afternoon ...
... Sydney. Gary is a software engineer who works from his laptop whilst traveling the world! Amazing. He had been traveling up from Columbia for the past few 4 years so he had plenty of advice to give us for the rest of our trip, especially regarding Costa Rica and Panama which the biggest section of our trip where we have no plans.
It was early to bed so our livers could recuperate from our binging few days with the Aussies!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Everything I needed at a great price right on the beach.
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