Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and unflexible.
For us it was a good decision to stay on the island for longer. It gave us time to organise some things and slow down from the more or less hectic months behind us. Nobody might guess that the last few months left their marks on us. Sure in a positive way as we enjoyed them so much, but it is also wonderful to just stay somewhere without any duties, without moving, without sightseeing, without organizing and booking or planning... Just ...
... out to find alternative accomodation for tomorrow I didn't really leave the hostel other than to pick up some soup and The Worlds Softest Bread. It is a very nice very clean hostel, but a little soulless. The woman who runs it is bare bones effieceny and speaks like a robot. Heavy rain came a few hours after I'd settled in. Glad I wasn't on a later boat I hammocked away the rest of the day. ...
... during the day. It's called the split because in the 60's the island actually split into two. That's a fun fact for you now. Belize is famous for snorkelling, scuba diving and a natural phenomenon called the blue hole. It's basically a 120m hole in the middle of the sea and its a natural wonder of the world. It's also the only place in the world where you can dive to 40m. We debated whether we would do it for hours because it cost something like $300 and everyone we talked to who ...
... and resistance for centuries after the Europeans arrived. This adds up to the longest known unbroken occupation in the Maya World. Lamanai was inhabited for 3,000 years beginning as early as 1500 BC, and it was already a major ceremonial center, with large temples, in late Preclassic times.
During the Mayan Classic Period (2nd thru the 9th Century AD) the city reach a population of 35,000 and was doing well up thru the Post- Classic period thru the Spanish ...
... friendly and we chatted for quite a while. Almost too long, as it turns out. As we were leaving, it started to sprinkle and by the time we were a bit more than halfway down Front Street, the skies opened up. Fortunately, the closest shelter, which we ducked under, was at ScoopD ice cream. So of course we each had a cone and then ...