Miller's Landing Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Miller's Landing Resort Placencia
Travel Blogs from Placencia
As threatened, we drove the Southern Highway to Placencia today. It's not far, and we were simply trying to get a feel for more of the coast.
I noticed yesterday that the map had gas stations marked on it. Best I can tell, there are 17 gas stations in Belize. You'd better plan your trip accordingly. I had planned to take the Southern Highway to Big Creek, cross the bridge to Placencia, and then head back to Hopkins, but on closer inspection of the map, there ...
... would need to prearrange the length and rain was anticipated. Feeling lazy, I decided to stay at the resort. Lazy, right. So what did I do?
Silly me hopped on a bike and kept going and going and going. I went down to the highway by going past the Sittee River, a few miles up to the highway. It was a lot of work! I enjoyed the views and yet at first did not see many birds. That changed thankfully. I got to ...
... we turned to leave, a man came running towards us. He said he had just left home and when he saw us walking towards his house he didn't want to miss our visit so he came right back! Service has been great and the weather has been beautiful lately. We made plans to go snorkeling this coming Tuesday which we are looking forward to :) We can't believe our trip is getting close to the end...we aren't ready to leave! ...
... in Hopkins due to me buying sun cream for cheap in a chinese supermarker that i am sure was not real suncream after all.. ditched that and bought some proper stuff. why dont the chinese shops sell tiger balm round here? very frustrating..
met Rose and Lucy again, bumped into Marcus whom we had met in Caye Caulker! Marcus sailed to Honduras with us, but unfortunately got thimped the night before by a local so ...
... from many other parts of the world. It was on the damp side and chilly at the hostel – we were definitely back in a temperate climate – and the hostel’s quaint makuti roofed sauna beside the river seemed to be a popular spot. We didn’t participate but the youngsters certainly did. The staff were all young locals although we found out the owner (who didn’t appear) was Dutch. The result was a somewhat curt and disinterested reception on arrival and ...