The Palms Oceanfront Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guy from my room) went to wish willys for dinner. Meant to be meeting Shaun and matt there but they were still getting drunk at the split. Really nice BBQ steak, the sauce was amazing. Gave us a free drink too. Night pretty blurry after that for me! Heavens opened and got soaked walking from willys to sports bar. Willy joined us later on, had creamy cocktail probably should have stuck to rum. Saw leelana at some point. Then went back to hostel and saw others then past 11 we got told ...
... Roth's meeting in Cuba in the Godfather Part II, no less. Admittedly, that was actually a bit of a result, but then we got stuck at customs getting back into Mexico - an angry Chinese girl got grabbed from the line for shouting insults, never to be seen again, so we kept our mouths shut! - then we had to wait in the Cancun bus station until 4am, to begin an eleven hour bus trip to Belize City - six ...
... a cut across the island that the Mayans made. We spent some time the remainder of the afternoon watching the world cup and hanging out with our new man we called the flying man. I think the flying man will make a lasting impression as you will notice from the photos I am including. We look forward with much anticipation to our day tomorrow and the lobster we will be catching and fish we will be catching.
We arrived in Belize city to get our boat to Caye Caulker and knew we loved this place, the first language in Belize is English. This was the first time in over six months when I could read a local newspaper (not that I did). Belize is a former British colony and gained their Independence in 1981. It still felt strange to see a very young image of the Queen on the Belizian dollar notes, but it felt so good understanding everyone. ...
Went out on a 3 tank dive today, starting with the Blue Hole which is a 400 ft deep sinkhole. There isn't too much to see on in in terms of wildlife or coral, but at 130 ft (max depth of our dive), there where these huge stalactites that where pretty impressive, and looking over the edge of the hole from the top is also pretty neat. After that it was a nice 60 ft dive off of Half Moon Cay with some amazing coral, fish and sharks. Had lunch on the island and checked the ...