Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... English standards.
We stumbled across an amazing animal shelter run solely by a lovely man with no official funding. He has taken in tonnes of stray cats and dogs and looks after them really well, considering the circumstances. The cats are so friendly and can wander around the island as they please. There were so many beautiful tabbys that looked just like luca! All the animals had quite bad fleas and worms, which is understandable; between the ...
... probably transportation related. Food and board were relatively cheap.
It was a little saddening to leave our lovely cabana and palapa on our little piece of paradise, but we were excited/nervous to visit San Pedro. We had heard different reviews of San Pedro by locals and tourists alike. Some reported that the island was dirty, others said crowded and busy while others said that it was totally safe and chill. Nevertheless onto San Pedro (Ambergris) we went with hopeful ...
This morning we began our journey to Belize, stopping at Yaxha, a site deep in the Guatemlan rainforest. This site had buildings from a variety of periods, some from as late as 1200 AD. Only 10% has been excavated and it was interesting to conjecture what lay beneath the vagetation that now covered the buildings. We climbed to the top of ...
Originally I had planned to book in for four nights, but this somehow manifested itself as five. With travelling and moving and more travelling and moving, it can genuinely get a bit tiring and every so often you need to base yourself for a few days in a single spot just to allow yourself to adjust.
Or in my case, to do some laundry. At £1.30 a wash, sounds a bargain to me!
Wednesday sort of drifted by.
The pace of life is hard to keep ...
... Temple, the Royal Ball Court, the High Temple, and the Mask Temple.
The first temple the we reached on our trail was the Jaguar Temple. It had been given its name by the two masks of Jaguars, one on each side that adorned the base of the temple. As I mentioned earlier, the pyramid was used for ceremonial and civic events not just as a burial structure as was the case in Egypt. The actual use of each of the temples is not documented, even though the Mayans ...