The Inn At Corozal Bay
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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We were on our way to Caribbean, island life and we couldn't wait. Beaches, rum, sun and snorkeling. Could you be any happier.
... five feet two or three and had expired by the time they got to forty-five.
Just goes to show that you should eat your greens.
And your crusts.
A couple of hours was more than enough to see the whole site and we took the same boat journey back (along with glasses of Rum punch and soft drinks) dropping off the Americans along the way. It turned out that this company is the only one that leaves from Orange Walk with the result that there are ...
... his odd assortment of expats still slopping the beer into them at all hours and discussing the ways of the world. Why anyone would want to base their selves here to retire beats us but a few discussions we heard over the bar that night discussing all things illegal that often get overlooked in Belize may answer that question. The next day we had decided to keep travelling with Freddy and Morton and share New Years Eve together in the west of the ...
... repeatedly burned this place to the ground in the 16th Century. Then I had half a day spare so I made a visit to the Belize free trade zone, and stocked up on presents and Guatemalan suicide chillies. I'm flying to Mexico City manyãna, another travel day while I hunt for ...
... the run-down school bus that goes to Corozal. We lucked out and had a knowledgeable enough taxi driver to find the bus with ease and make it out of Chetumal safely. The border crossing was smooth and we were into Corozal in no time. The people of Belize have been just as welcoming and friendly as I remember from the time I spent in Placencia with my family 6 or 7 years ago. Corozal, despite being close to the border, feels incredibly safe and inviting. Night and day differences from ...