St. George's Caye Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... per seat if they could fit, so that
the terminal authority does not see how many folks are actually on the bus. When
we are a few kilometres from the terminal, everyone who was sitting on the floor
gets to stand up!! Thank God!! it was not too hot of a day. The 3 1/2 hour bus
ride took 4 1/2 hours to get to our destination....Mango Creek. From the bus
terminal we took yet, another taxi to the dock for a 10 ...
... made up with a coffee. We go down and wake Purto around 1030am who was dead to the world as we have to shuffle rooms after my stuff up yesterday with the booking. We are moving to a smaller dorm of only 6 people. We store our bags in the office until our room is ready, and go walk the island for Purto to get breakfast. He gets a feed while Leesh and I soak up some early sun around the corner at the water edge. A local ...
... but a nice diversion. We rounded out the afternoon with a G&T (with our free gin!) and games under the coconut tree in Yuma's with the water lapping a few feet away. The reef is the main attraction here so we organised for a snorkelling tomorrow with a guy called Carlos. We had dinner at a place called Meldy's - huge servings of Belizean food plus a cat that was Georgie's new friend. At the ...
... our snorkelling gear fitted, flippers and a mask and then we had about an hour of free time. Most of us followed Diego down to the end of the island where he said was a good swimming spot. Only he went swimming as he said he needed to 'wake up' from the night before but we actually ended up taking to some local fishing guys and it was so interesting to hear what they had to say. How they grown up here on the island, how they make a living etc. They are ...
... with Internet for a few hours. By the time we left for the next boat for 3pm it was pouring, so much so the bag rain cover was coming out (thanks Jord). We finally made it to the boat where Ike and Bethany were also waiting. I then mentioned to the captain that we wanted to stop of at Sarteneja (it normally would go straight to Corozal) and he said no. At first we though he was joking but then he explained the sea conditions and it would be too hard to stop, but ...