Hugh Parkey'S Belize Adventure Lodge

Address: PO Box 1818, Belize City, Belize District, Belize | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on PO Box 1818, Belize City, is near Belize Cave Tubing, cave-tubing.com, Explore Belize Caves, and Sea Sports Belize.
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    Travel Blogs from Belize City

    You better Belize it

    A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on May 04, 2015

    ... from Texas and two girls from England who just finished med school. And get this... The get paid only 30 000 a year as a doctor. ONLY 30 000, LIKE WHAT?!? So Anthony and I had a "we are so lucky to live in Canada moment". Later we went for dinner at this random shack on the Main Street called Fran's. (there are only 3 streets on this island, its super small) Fran was the owner of course, and we ...

    Here fishy fishy

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 26, 2015

    11 photos

    ... your face in the water! Having to choose between looking at the wildlife and listening to the commentary, I choose to keep my face (and ears) in the water.
    Eventually we make our way back to our boat. No turtles, but let's face it - a so-so day snorkeling is a GREAT day anyway!

    Part of our excursion is to spend an hour on a local beach. Jeff and I are a little leery of this kind of things because sometimes you feel held captive while being bombarded by ...

    Dessert

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... crocodile. Our destination was Lamanai, a Maya city that was occupied for 3000 years. Yes, 3000! The population survived until the Spanish Conquest. Only 2% has been excavated, but the uncovered buildings were beautiful, including an unusually narrow ball court, a burial pyramid, and a temple with jaguar carvings flanking the ...

    UnBelizable!

    A travel blog entry by jwd124 on Feb 18, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... realised later on after people started talking about it. Plus, none of us were that keen at being stuck at the border and our Spanish was not good enough to argue it. Very frustrating but that is what to expect I suppose for being a Gringo! Also, we tried to get the bus driver to explain what had happened but he had buggered off and a new guy had taken his place! *******o. Anyway I am writing this on ...

    Travel blog Entry 30. Belize

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Feb 14, 2015

    ... river and as we scrambled around the corner we were all taken aback by the view in front of us. Water came crashing over the 500ft high cliff ahead. Tumbling several more times over large boulders in the rock face before reaching a 75ft deep blue pool at the base. The waterfall was set in a large clearing surrounded by undisturbed forest. We wasted no time in jumping in the water to cool off from the walk before sitting to admire the view and enjoy the peace and quiet over ...