The Palms Oceanfront Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to nap, but I resisted. C and I stopped in at a rum shop and bought some coconut cream rum for coffee, same as we enjoyed last year. We also bought some whole bean coffee. C is having some difficulty in resisting all the small handicrafts, even now she approaches from the beach to the bar I'm at for some $$$ to buy some earrings , and why not? We were at her favorite store, the Orange Gallery, where she got a pair, and the other pair ...
Back to Caye Caulker by 3:30. Dinner at the Coconut Reef (Don Corleone's last time we were here) . . . still Italian, though.
Rain tonight . . . hope it clears for snorkelling tomorrow.
... snorkeling guide and went for a ride to pick up the daughter of a local resort owner, and her friend. Finding the trips with very few people was really a benefit that can not be explained. Too many people can ruin even the best planned tour. We all said our introductions, and within minutes I new I would like our company. Out of the bag they brought came a bottle of vodka and carbonated water. He then expressed that his real desire was only ...
... do when meeting friends overseas. BUT we did take advantage of many of Caye Caulkers offerings, including:
- Sunset at the Split: the place that all gather to watch the beautiful sunsets, knock back buckets of beers, swan around the shallows and generally have a great time. We sure did….
- Sid’s Fried Chicken: the place is the islands most famous fried chicken shops, and did we have a feast or what (and more than once). For $5 you get a massive piece ...
... that the Southern part of Belize is not commonly travelled by tourists as there isn’t that much to see. We chose, unwisely, not to listen to those critiques and decided to hire a car the following day to do some exploring of our own.
The car cost an arm and a leg alone, but seeing as though we hadn’t driven in over 4 months we figured ...