Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel Belize

Address: 14.5 Mile Western Highway, Belize City, Belize District, 225, Belize | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 14.5 Mile Western Highway, Belize City, is near cave-tubing.com, Belize Zoo, Cave Tubing with Major Tom, and Coral Breeze Tours Cave Tubing Adventure.
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    Travel Blogs from Belize City

    2 days of home visits, clinic and geriatrics

    A travel blog entry by jo.swenson on Jul 30, 2015

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    ... a different model of health care than we have in the states.

    I saw a small severely involved child today that was really struggling to breathe. He was supposed to be using a nebulizer for breathing treatments...but since his family couldn't afford one or the medicine for him, he was just continuing to struggle at home. We transported him back to the clinic where he will hopefully get ...

    Here fishy fishy

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Mar 26, 2015

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    ... minutes so I could relax in one of the hammocks. Aaahhhh...
    We walked back to our beach area and enjoyed a local beer, a Belikin. Very tasty. While we were enjoying our beers, a woman commented on my new knee and her husband said he was the grateful recipient of a new kidney! The four of us hit it off, chatting, comparing photos and snorkeling stories. Turns out Capt. Chip (of the new kidney) and is wife, Suzie, live on a fancy yacht which they crew for the owner. ...


    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 11, 2015

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    ... crocodile. Our destination was Lamanai, a Maya city that was occupied for 3000 years. Yes, 3000! The population survived until the Spanish Conquest. Only 2% has been excavated, but the uncovered buildings were beautiful, including an unusually narrow ball court, a burial pyramid, and a temple with jaguar carvings flanking the ...

    Travel blog Entry 30. Belize

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Feb 14, 2015

    ... unsurprisingly, given the arduous journey to get here, there was not another person for miles around. As the sun dipped behind the falls our thoughts turned to setting up camp for the night. We found a clearing that at some time in the past had been designated as a picnic area judging by the crumbling overgrown benches we found there. Alex and I did not have a tent but we'd borrowed a hammock from the house along with a piece of tarpaulin which we used for shelter and a ...

    Island time

    A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 15, 2014

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    ... but a nice diversion. We rounded out the afternoon with a G&T (with our free gin!) and games under the coconut tree in Yuma's with the water lapping a few feet away. The reef is the main attraction here so we organised for a snorkelling tomorrow with a guy called Carlos. We had dinner at a place called Meldy's - huge servings of Belizean food plus a cat that was Georgie's new friend. At the ...