Bakadeer Inn

Address: 74 Cleghorn Street, Belize City, Belize District, Belize | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 74 Cleghorn Street, Belize City, is near cave-tubing.com, Explore Belize Caves, Ecological Tours & Services, and Sea Sports Belize.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Belize City

    Stay calm & Belize on

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Jun 02, 2015

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    ... a mechanical error) and then booking the same stopover flight as me from Atlanta to Belize. Boy was I surprised when I heard my name called on the plane (just as we were about to take off) to find my smiling friend approaching me. It was a great start to our trip! Reunited and it felt so good!

    We landed in Belize and I was shocked that the airport was so small! Upon exiting the plane, I came to find that there was no gate; we exited right onto the landing strip. To ...

    Port of call Belize

    A travel blog entry by slb333 on Mar 26, 2015

    We arrival in the AM to Belize, the vessel was anchored in a bay, we had to tender into the shore, we didn't have any tours, so we took our time getting off the ship, the rest of the gang had a tour,, we did get off the ship , around 1000 , we had to tender to shore the ship was 4-5 miles off shore the tenders where going to take about 20 minutes, we arrived at the shore to many people, there where 3 other ship in the bay, we walked around the shopping ...

    Being Centro Americano

    A travel blog entry by laureneden on Mar 23, 2015

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    ... armed guard I hope that the US government may offer me millions in exchange for this professional information to aid them find illegal "aliens" from the south of the border. I've seen tours geared towards seeing the "traditional Maya lifestyle" whereby you can visit native Mayan villages and observe their indigo round ways. I guess this sort of thing is everywhere, going to a visit a native village somewhere where they probably take off their bush gear, ...

    Welcome to the jungle, we've got fun and games!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 25, 2015

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    ... 8230; happy!” Haha. Thanks mum.

    On my last night in Belize I sat in a swinging chair out the front of Yuma’s house. There was soft light coming from behind me and the sea in front was dark. I could hear the waves lapping at the shore and the breeze was rustling my hair. I sat and swung while I watched a heron fish for his dinner. It was one of those *sigh* moments. I mean, I even got goose pimples. And I wasn’t cold.

    At that very moment I was the luckiest person ...

    Travel blog Entry 30. Belize

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Feb 14, 2015

    Belize was never on our original itinerary. We made the decision to come on a bit of a whim not long before we left Peru. We exited Mexico with little fuss and passed under the sign welcoming us to Belize all in under 15 minutes. Despite only being separated by a land border the difference in the Belizean culture was apparent almost immediately. Belize is a complete melting pot as a result of its different roots including former slaves from Africa and indigenous cultures such as ...