Hotel El Cedro

AV.HEROES 103 ENTRE PLUTARCO E. CALLES Y LAZARO CARDENAS , Chetumal, Yucatan Peninsula, 77000, Mexico | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Chetumal

Getting out of Belize...

A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Jan 05, 2014

5 photos

... size: 15px;">We secured our tickets for the bus with 15 minutes to spare and had no time to eat. Fortunately we had a few peanut bars and some cashews to sustain us on the "milk run". The next express was at 4:40 and I had no desire to arrive there well after dark. The bus ride should be about 5 hours and it is now 3 with no food or washroom on board. Hopefully we'll arrive around 6 as I fear a bear lurks nearby. We'll need to get money for our ...

Lamanai Mayan Ruins tour

A travel blog entry by wanderingcoles on Oct 12, 2013

27 photos

... people; Belmopan has about 14,000, while Corozal Town has about 9,000. Orange Walk Town has two stop lights - at least that was all I saw. And around here, stop signs are merely a suggestion and not enforced. Stop lights are the only signals/signs they adhere to. You take your life into your own hands when you drive through these towns (and when you walk) especially at peak travel times. Well, that is enough for now. I hope you are enjoying my posts and pictures. Until ...

An experience worth sharing

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on Jul 16, 2013


Here's a nice experience we'd like to share with you...

A couple of weeks ago, on a Monday morning, we went on the ministry to a village 12 miles from Corozal called Cristo Rey. At one small wooden house a woman answered and said to Katie straight away: "Last night I was praying that one of Jehovah's Witnesses would call on me!". Amazed, Katie asked her why. She explained that she and her husband are 7th Day Adventists, but they are not satisfied there; "we need to ...

First few days in Corozal

A travel blog entry by hintonsinbelize on May 16, 2013

5 comments, 4 photos

... are scared someone might break in and see if there are things to steal as they know no-one lives there. It seems that most things are done via word of mouth. Also, most places are rented unfurnished which is a problem for us as we don't want to have to buy beds, wardrobes and sofas etc. We viewed a property last night; 2 bedrooms, quite small but furnished. We'll probably take it for now as we need to have something sorted by the end of this week.


Home at Caribbean Blue

A travel blog entry by goriusp on Jan 06, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

... quickly on the thirty-three mile road to Caribbean Blue, situated just on the outskirts of the little fishing village of Sarteneja. On the way, we passed sugar cane and beet fields. We forded two small rivers by way of hand-cranked ferries which run along cables strung from riverbank to riverbank. One ferry held a maximum of five vehicles on its wooden flooring, while the other was somewhat smaller, holding no more than three vehicles. The first crossing took about ten ...


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