The Sea Breeze Hotel
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plaza, a town hall, a couple of grocery corner stores and a bunch of
second hand clothing stores. Some good points are that there is wifi
in the main plaza (need to go early to catch good signal), there is
one bubble tea place very cheap, there are tacos everywhere and they
sell these pieces of frozen banana on a stick and dipped in chocolate
and “ideals” which are frozen juices. I will be earing and
drinking lots ...
... a Mennonite community for the first time.
We set off after the morning group arrangement. We couldn't all fit into the two vehicles we were taking so Katie, Thomas and Samuel as well as Annemette and Isaac stayed in Corozal. The quickest way to get to Little Belize from Corozal is via a small wooden ferry that transports vehicles across a river which is about 20 metres wide. Unfortunately for us there ...
... of course, so we paid without much of an argument. Although Juliette wasn't happy with the bribe, I was just content to get going, after all, US$15 is not worthy delaying our trip. Although I did see locals on our bus just walked across the bridge, not paying any fees.
On the Belize side of immigration, things were easier. A few simple questions about where we are going and how long we intend to stay in Belize, and a entry stamp ...
... had seen an ice factory and was determined to see what it was all about. We invited ourselves to a tour and it turned out to be quite fascinating as to what goes into preparing that bag of ice we pop into the supermarket to buy. They made various sized ice cubes which come out in long, round strips of ice which are cut to size by a machine before being manually packaged and rolled across to the freezer room. The big blocks of ice take 16 hours to freeze which means the ...