Belize Lodge & Excursions Jungle Camp
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... hippies, we continued further north along the beach. There were many more nice resorts, but they were all pretty empty except for Coco Beach. Naturally, we decided to stop there, where they were celebrating Lobsterfest and Father's Day. They even had a special cocktail called Papa Lobster made of lime, rum, and watermelon juice. After stopping for two of these delicious drinks and a dip into the jacuzzi, we decided to venture ...
... not having a hole to hide in and all.
Sadly tonight is my last night on Caye Caulker - tomorrow morning I take the boat back to Belize City, and straight on to San Ignacio. There I'll check out some jungle ruins and try not to get completely annihilated by angry mosquitos. I hear the Belize Zoo is amazing too - I think I'll try to drop in there on the way back from San Ignacio... watch this space for more (and hopefully frequent) updates.
22 March 2012 - San Pedro – Belize
This is check out of Belize time which means off to Immigration and Customs.
Before we could leave, we had a small sail repair, dinghy repairs and time spent in an internet café. This is expensive so we had time limits on ourselves. We didn't realise the luxury of having own internet in Guatemala. I have decided it’s ...
We arrived lunchtime to this placid anchorage where about 20 boats are already hanging out. This is where you can check-in to Belize when coming from the south. This is a rather funky, Garifuna/Creole village, obviously alert to the opportunities of making a buck from the tourist industry and still maintaining the feeling of gumbo. As soon as you set foot on the land after tying up your dinghy, big ...
... and Joseph. Needless to say, we won. The only other notable thing about that boat trip was that we ...
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