Caribbean Palms Inn

26 Regent Street, Belize City, Belize District, Belize | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Belize City

Adios Mexico, hola Belize

A travel blog entry by mini_v


... Caulker, such a beautiful island with colourful houses and relaxed atmosphere. This party just went commando!!! panty ripper heiiinnn! Had a full lobster to myself omg was sooo good! Now the motto for Caye Caulker is Go Slowwwww Went for a night stroll to the split (pier between 2 Islands) and then for some mango daiquiri at the reggae bar and some pole and swing dancing! Now that's got to get you tired! Go slow V and mini ...

Diving in Belize

A travel blog entry by michael.sandi


... to do weren't open, everything was rather desolate and at 30 degrees, it was too hot to keep walking. With limited food options, it was back to The Smokey Mermaid for burgers for lunch and then for some reason, exhaustion hit me like a tonne of bricks. We returned to the deck chairs by the pool and I slept...for 2 and a half hours. Then it was airport pickup to Belize City airport where we would be flying to Guatemala City via El ...

Around the Forest- of Maya and Men

A travel blog entry by chaletaria


... Paris codices) date to this period.

Maya Religion-

Maya belief was probably primarily one of nature and seasons. Their calendar was important to tell them when to do what. Like Celtic religion this meant that God/desses were not "good" or “evil”, but had characteristics that could be interpreted differently according to the time. Like the Green Knight, it was dependant on the seasonal needs. Hindu mythology is very similar in this ...

Pook’s Hill Lodge

A travel blog entry by chaletaria


... so we went to freshen up for dinner. The Lodge is very friendly and when we went to the veranda we immediately felt at home as everyone happily chatted together. We tried a rum and lime cocktail, which was delicious, so obviously needed a second to check. Dinner, served below was a buffet- staff and guests together.

Then back up to the veranda for drinks, games and general chatting before bed. A local, David, who’d lived there many years, ...


A travel blog entry by travellerlp


... I was looking for anywhere new to visit.

Belize was a British colony until 1981. The currency still depicts the Queens face and the majority of the citizens speak English- it continues to be the official language. Despite this, Belize is very much a Central American, developing country. Belize City is unfortunately dirty, slumlike and to be avoided. The ...


This inn, located on 26 Regent Street, Belize City, is near Belize Cave Tubing,, X-Stream Cave Tubing, and Ecological Tours & Services.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Caribbean Palms Inn Belize City

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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