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TripAdvisor Reviews Belizean Dreams Hopkins
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... you walk on the streets.
The locals here are so nice. They all say hello and are more than willing to help you, give you tips on what to do, ask about you. Its a great place to visit because you feel welcome instantly.
Lunch is at King Cassava and we have watermelon juices with typical Belizian food - rice and beans and curry pork for Hinesh and meatballs for me. A quick drink at the Tree top bar before we walk up North again for the drum ...
... was fully booked, but at that place bumped back (I’m seem to doing a lot of bumping this week) in to Aye and Allyee who said I could take their spare bed – Bonus! I’ve no idea how, but everything always works out in the end :P
Met some more hippie oddball women with hairy armpits at Placencia’s chicken joint who gave me loads of good advice of where to do **** things – no thanks, and have a shave.
Then went out to get a beer and use ...
... 8217; (no seriously James is the name of the bus route through the country). This actually made a welcome change though as the prices were a lot more affordable, and best of all NO SPEED BUMPS :D You don’t know how happy that made/makes me, even if the drivers absolutely slam it down the highways at ridiculous speeds – finally, this is what travel should be like, but yeh, these are just generalities so I will get back on point, and then moan about things ...
... this way and it's the same thing, a Chinese merchant who can't speak the language but they sure can make change! I guess what bothers me the most is that the money isn't going to the locals. I would really like to see a Belizean store owner. Unfortunately we have to shop there as there are two main stores and they are both Chinese grocers.
- It gets dark here so early. In the summer back home we expect to have daylight until 10pm, but here it ...
... appears to be a place where folks that couldn't afford (or didn't want to) live in Dangriga moved to. There is nothing here, but a beautiful beach.
Much of it is under developed, or spotted with shacks I wouldn't consider stepping into, let alone stay in. "Backpackers Hostel" or some derivative of the word, dot the area with shantys that look great from one side (if you consider a board and batten 8'x10' shed great looking) while the other sides ...