- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... catch the tender to shore. The ship has anchored so far offshore that the tender is about a 15 minute ride - very unusual. Once ashore we make our way out of the tourist area and walk into Belize City. I didn't know that Belize City is about six feet below sea level - which explains the street sign (photo below) we saw at a major intersection.
The US sends old school busses to Belize to be repurposed for public transportation. You know those stop signs on the sides ...
... 10 minutes or so - it was very nice this company already delivered the tubes to where we needed to use them. Along the walk, Pedro and Oscar pointed out to us a number of trees and vegetation that were very interesting. It was a pleasant walk. We had to tread through a shallow river and that was interesting. That was the river later we would do the tubing. Very clean water and very refreshing!
So this place had these unique big caves. The river ran through them. We tubed through 2 ...
... crocked tree sanctuary and another Mayan site called Lamanai. We'd only planned to stay in Belize for 7 days and ended up staying for 11. We bid a final farewell to our new travelling companions and headed back to Mexico. Belize was a fantastic and welcoming country and somewhere I would definitely come back to. Photos are here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set =a.10155248292870722.1073741850.6914557 21&type=1&l=417fee46b1 * http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mennonit ...
... I’m too old for hostels, and on my last trip I learned I’m too old (read: scared) for shared apartments rented through AirBnB (reference end of Israel/Jordan Travel Log). So I did the grown up thing this trip and reserved us a private room in a bungalow (doesn’t that sound adorable?!). However, this closet was about half the size of my college dorm ...
... paid MXN 15 per person. We originally wanted to take a big bus from Playa del Carmen to Chetumal (MXN 210 per person), but some local guys recommended us travelling by minivans. The journey was supposed to take 5 hours either way, so for us the only distinguishing factor was the price. The minivan resulted to be cheaper. To be more specific, we had to take two minivans:
- Playa del Carmen -> Felipe Carrilo Puerto: MXN 75 per person, 2.5 ...