Travel Blogs from Belize City
... I don't know. Even the Belize immigration officers told us, well you have to pick somewhere. We ended up changing course in the taxi to the bus terminal and went to the water taxi. We took a 45 minuted high speed boat ride and ended up at an awesome island called Caye Caulker. ( or something like that. It is more of a beach village with a ...
... in the history of the country of Belize and the Mayan people. As we drove he gave us an overview of the history of the country, the possible origins of the name of Belize, and answered all our questions about local customs and culture. We drove east, from Belize City (the largest city in Belize with a population of about 80,000 people) through the lowlands, fields and hills towards San Ignacio. We passed through ...
... SIXTEEN (Belizean) DOLLARS… to put that in perspective, the place I was sleeping was only $10 a night, so yeh I got a bit raaaaaatty about that one.
Speaking of raaaaaatty – the people on the island spoke full Creole, and it was like living in the set of one of my favourite awfully bad films – Third World Cop (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVg0SMR 0jHA) WE RUN TINGS, TINGS DON’T RUN WE. Still it was pretty entertaining… Favourite bits ...
... Driftwoods if you are ever in Punta Gorda.Off to the office to buy our ticket for the trip across the Bahia de Amatique (part of the Caribbean sea). With the boat fully loaded and Memo at the helm we headed across the wide expanse of sea for Livingston. A hairy 45 minute heehaw kind of boat ride (it was'nt too choppy, but the boat goes at quite a clip) - it was definitely an adventurous ride, which turned Deborah's hair white. After a while, she really got into it though, and enjoyed ...
... On the outskirts, which were pleasantly tree-lined, we saw a large market (Friday is market day) with stalls and our first view of the large local Mennonite community, with their horse-drawn buggies filled with produce. We drove into Belmopan itself (surprisingly small) to collect one of the lodge employees from the supermarket.
Then off again down the Western Highway for 30 minutes until we reached the village of Teakettle, where we turned ...
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