Trends Beachfront Hotel
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... crushed limestone trail. It was appropriate that limestone was used as limestone is the most abundant stone here in the jungle. It was the stone that the Mayans had mined and hand carried to the site of the structure. Although highly advanced and with the knowledge of the wheel. The Maya never used the wheel for transportation. In one grave site, archaeologist found a boy's small pull toy with wheels. It may of been that the Maya honored human labor and used the amount ...
... La Cubana. (fortunately, we don't have to use the 'sleep boxes')
From our table we watched the golf-cart taxis come & go, lining up for the island ferries. All very busy :-)
The boat ride was interesting. We cruised past this boat full of guys hauling this random tree. It was just out of sight of the coastline and looked very suspicious. Be it drugs or a professional outfit smuggling a macadamia tree out of who knows where, we’ll never know.
After a day and a half of travel ...
Getting to Caye Caulker
When I woke up from my nap, we were getting ready to land in BZE. I definitely got the butterflies in my stomach because I was so excited to be landing in Belize. I noticed it was pretty cloudy when we were landing, which concerned me because I thought it might rain. We touched down around 10am, and I noticed the airport had no jetway bridges. We quickly disembarked from the stairs and walked to the customs area. As soon as we entered, we could ...