Singing Sands Inn
Travel Blogs from Placencia
... Really?" as we looked around at tables populated with people eating. "Yes, we are short staffed today." "Bummer. We really wanted to eat here and parked out front when we got to town a few hours ago..." "Sorry."
Sure... whatever. We can take our few dollars and go elsewhere. So we wandered off the another Creole place, Wendy's. Closed. Hmm...Dawn's Grill and Go? Closed.
How about the Purple Space Monkey Bar and Grill? They're open! We sat down, used ...
... we would arrive. Raoul started cleaning the conch, it was quite interesting to watch. And slightly disgusting. I am not sure how I would describe a conch, maybe like a huge snail, but it has like a hard foot which it uses to move along the ocean floor. But it's eyes are like snails, anyway he cracks the shell and scoops the conch out the. Cuts it's eyes off and foot and skins it. Yuck! So he continues doing this like 20 times. We arrive at Tobacco Caye, if is ...
... It was with a mom and son in a little store on the side of the road. They both really had a true interest in the Bible. They had pre-studied and had some really well thought out answers. We lasted in service for just the morning due to the rain, which ended up staying with us almost all day. Tomorrow we are headed up to Hope Creek in Belize about one and a ...
... or suggestions about wearing the right footwear. That said it was an alluring place tucked away in the depths of the forest. The closest thing we have seen that compares with it are the rivers in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina which in some parts run over similar karst rock. After eating our picnic lunch in the car park off the front fenders of Jambo and before leaving Semuc Champey we succumbed to the persistent little girls strategically positioned along the access road and in the ...
... to scuba dive, snorkel, see the barrier reef and windsurf. And club. Our final two nights were next door to the Oceanfront where the music starts at 11PM and ends around 5AM. Exactly when the rooster on the other side wakes up. We LOVE roosters - just not all night VERY loud music.
New Year's Eve day we woke up and decided we couldn't do one more night of no sleep, so we booked a flight down to Placencia. $280 for both of us - a 45 minute ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking