Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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Everything is expensive on Caye Caulker, because any goods have to be shipped in especially. We've tried the local beer however, Belikin Beer. It's not to my liking and explains why they prefer rum out here!
So whilst we've enjoyed kicking back on Caye Caulker there hasn't been much to write home about. Tomorrow we are scheduled to return the keys for house and head back to the mainland, but we will however try once more to go out to the reef before we move ...
... two nights though. Clowns. Got a bit of food in a sports bar and we met a really sound English guy called Barry and his wife who's name I can't remember. I think it was along the lines of Viv so we will go with that. Turns out Barry's dad was from blackrock and once we made that connection he was delighted. They both gave us loads of good tips about Caye caulker and then headed off. After lunch we decided we'd all get haircuts. It's ...
... was just too bizarre not to! It turns out they are actually from Buenos Aires, not Spain. And now we’re Facebook friends so that means it’s official, right?
The next morning Fuego treated us to a little show over breakfast. He huffed and he puffed but thankfully he didn’t blow any houses down. I couldn’t see any fire because it was daylight but it was there. So I climbed up onto the roof above the terrance to get a better look – and there was a ...
... The guide wondered why a trading center would be so far from the trading route of the river. I knew why. Being raised up on the banks of the Ohio River, it was a simple fact that rivers flood and river settlements should be on higher ground than the banks of the river. All rivers flood and you need higher ground back from the river. Otherwise they would of been constantly rebuilding their city here in the middle of the rain forest.
The path thru the jungle was ...
... out to find some lunch. Ended up having pork sandwiches at La Cubana, which were tasty but a little bland.
Then time for a wander over to the "back" side of the island, take a few more photos, pick up a few more things at one of the "supermarkets" and stroll home for a nap. We had ...