Travel Blogs from Placencia
... 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 ...
... an Alaskan lady with an excellent voice who sang some great country / blues numbers. We were befriended by two Canadian men who seemed pleased to have found some English speaking people who weren’t from the States. The bar closed at 10.30pm however and we searched in vain for anywhere else that was open. So it was back to our nice room to watch one of the 89 TV channels.
We spent Tuesday on the beach. Most of it was strewn with rubbish. ...
... beans they had on offer.
Again we lazily walked around the tiny town enjoying the weather before heading back to the beach for a few beers and a few rounds of Yaniv... our new highly addictive card game we picked up from our games night with our friends back in San Pedro. I say addictive as the few rounds of Yaniv turned into a 6 hour championship battle! It might sound completely nerdy, but we are still not over this game. We just need to work out how to turn it into a drinking ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsSeaspray Hotel Placencia
Everything I needed at a great price right on the beach.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.