The Palms Oceanfront Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... side. It's a good swim spot and has a great little bar/restaurant. It's also a picturesque photo spot before I turned around and walked along Back Street which lines the west side of the island and where several socks are the place to be to watch sunset. Pretty quiet here at night. If you're not at the beach stargazing then the 'nightlife' is at Sports bar or the I&I reggae ...
... has to experience. People move slowly, talk slowly and cook slowly. After the initial frustration that i found from slow food was made up by the extremely care free lifestyle and attitude of locals. Caye caulker is an organised business mans nightmare especially when the locals repeatedly say "relaxxxxx mon wi da belizians". - I learnt a valuable and interesting lesson that I think everyone will appreciate. I learnt that it is possible to turn to ...
... so I can bring my "company line" about not using them along with me. Funny that the roofing itself seems fine, just large rust holes like a cancer at every screw. Did we mention the firecrackers? Kids are given a pack or two (or three or seven) and a lighter and while away their holidays making noise. At the Belize / Guatemala border, someone set one off that sounded a little like a grenade went off... you just don't get used to it, and C is ...
... at the pool reading and relaxing. Took an afternoon nap and finished my book, a very relaxing day. Meet my neighbors at the Resort and talked with them a bit; Eddy and Sabrina from Texas celebrating there 20th wedding anniversary, nice couple. Headed to town for dinner and had a great Mexican Steak at Elvi's. So if your wondering why I took a picture of a light fixture you've never been to my home in Colorado. There is a long story behind a light I ...
... sites in the Northern Yucatan into the Post-Classic period.
At the highest of temples some chose to climb the very steep steps, with the aid of a rope, for the magnificent view while others were content to sit in the shade and take photos.