Caye Caulker Plaza Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... the forthcoming lobstergeddon and the prospect of seeing the main attraction for the first night of the festivities...the crowning of Miss Lobsterfest 2015. We joined the queue for the competition as a handful of food stalls began setting up around the enclosure. We planned on exiting for food midway through the competition, working up a hunger with a few of the flavourful local Belikin stouts. The Miss Lobsterfest show was better than we could ever have imagined. It ...
... up pulling it out of the hat and we came joint first. To determine the winner there was a 'down off' but you had to drink the beer through a straw. We sent our best man forward who we thought would do the business. That man was Gilly. He was up against two women in their late twenties/early thirties so we thought we were nailed on to win. Gilly was taken to the cleaners by the two women and he came paddy last. Useless mong. We still won a ten pound bar tab so we had a few beers and went ...
... exactly what they do. The super caribbean vibe is my heaven and going slow is my only speed. The only downfall of getting told to go slow by all the cool rasta locals is that when you are hungry slow cooking is the last thing you need - note to "wish willy" you are the coolest man alive but you cook way to slow. Seafood is the cuisine of choice with lobster, fish, ceviches and crab on every menu for prices too good to be true. Each night myself, ...
... of three major rivers he crossed traveling the Caribbean coast: Rio Soyte, Rio Xibum and Rio Balis. It is likely "Balis" was actually the Mayan word belix (or beliz) meaning muddy-watered. The rivers correspond to the Sitee River, Sibun River and Belize River.
Belize is on the Caribbean coast of northern Central America. It shares a border on the north with the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, on the west with the Guatemalan ...
... 2 a bit swampy and 3 apart from one good bar it's just hotels. That said we used 3 returns that day, just couldn't get enough. And the golf cart was fun. We stopped in one hotel for a beer (drink driving seems to be encouraged) and met a lovely couple from Nashville 'hey y'all'. With all his pecs and triceps and stuff he was very keen to be likened to Matthew McConaughey. We didn't indulge ...