Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... long walk around the island (with a couple of shop/icecream stops). The island is tiny, so it didn't take long to leave the sea breezes and tourist hot spots behind to get a look at the inhabited part of the island. It is still a really poor area, but see,s a little nicer than sartenaja, although I reckon that building materials are a bit more few and far between here, judging by the patchwork houses. I finally made up my mind on a t shirt and a bag that I'd been ...
... of the sunset. The rum went down like a mole on rollerkates and we were starting to really relax, go slow, island style.
The next day we used one of the hotel kayaks which were complimentary and rented some snorkeling gear. We were going to take a leisurely paddle around the island. We had ore's instead of paddles and it ...
... put it on a bus, boat, plane, etc. In theory it helps protect the bag and discourages enquiring little hands (hopefully) and supposedly helps to keep the bag dry. I've seen it too many times where baggage handlers leave your luggage out on the runway waiting to load it whilst its raining. Nothing worse than getting to your destination and finding all your clothes are saturated.
Also why I tend to use as many plastic bags as I can to wrap things inside the bag.
... private long, rocky beach with crystal clear blue water. As we were walking along the beach, my fiance decided to throw a curve ball. This is when he got down on one knee and proposed. I wasn't expecting this but of course I said, "YES!" I must say the beginning of this cruise was already off to a great start. Our third day on the Cruise ship we stopped in Belize. The Belize port did not come off very appealing to me but I had set up an excursion ...
... would take about 20 minutes by foot. The town is pretty small and has the usual restaurants, snorkel tours, dive shops and everything else you would expect. The people are a lot more Caribbean than over the border with a big rasta/reggae vibe going on and plenty of ganja being offered to us! All the restaurants are basically fresh lobster and fish on a barbeque so we can't complain!