Sea Dreams Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Dreams Hotel Caye Caulker
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... br> The inside of the house is decorated in a very homely way. Photos of the owners family and dog are on the wall along with numerous pieces of art that they have clearly collected from their travels around South and Central America. The wooden frame of the building is left exposed on the inside, as is the metal roof which makes a deafening noise when heavy rain falls on it. Outside we have a hammock that hangs between posts on the front deck which Kirsty has made more use of than me ...
... size: 12px; line-height: normal;">After checking in we decided that the most important thing to do was to go and get something to eat. So I asked Seni the manager where the best local place for lunch was. Lucky for us it was 10 meters from the hotel. BBQ'd (braaied) shrimps and chicken on sticks with vegetables, rice and beans and coleslaw. We are not lying when we say that they were the best prawns we had ever tasted. The way in which they are basted is truly amazing and ...
We were up early and on the move to Caye Caulker in Belize. Were moving from one country to another so often were starting to know what it feels to live like Danny and Malindi who jet set around the world selling jeans and drinking cocktails. We may not be selling jeans but we've had a few cocktails on our travels largely because they're Sheeno's favourite. He's a real 'wings and drinks' sort of guy. Caye Caulker is just like a Carribean ...
... t matter. I spent the first afternoon there relaxing in a hammock reading in the sunshine. It was great. Then in the evening I went to the little restaurant for dinner. They did it family style where they push all the tables together and all the guests eat together. What a great idea! I met some truly amazing people that night and had one of the best nights ever. There was Joanna and Trevor from Buffalo, Becca and Brooklin from California and Nick from Panama. We had some great ...
... width from several hundred feet wide to only forty feet wide.The New River's path was like most rivers, a serpentine pattern which can also be explained "as the snake crawls". We sped up the river making numerous sharp left turns immediately followed by an equally sharp right turns. With the high speed of the boat the boat would list 45 degrees during the turns. With just an occasional stop along the way to see the local animals and vegetation, we continued up the river. ...