Sea Dreams Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Dreams Hotel Caye Caulker
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... spare. We arrived at the long, thin, white sand and palm tree-fringed paradise island of Caye (pronounced quay/key) Caulker an hour later. As we stepped from the pier with our bags it felt like another world from Guatemala. The locals were tall, black and spoke with an accent somewhere between a resident of a Brixton council estate and Bob Marley. The three main streets of the island, which were imaginatively called Front, Middle and Back Street were made of compacted ...
... numerous types of fish, nerf sharks, mantarays, seahorses. We swam in the second biggest reef in the world, in shark ray alley and over a shipwreck. One of the bonus stops saw us feeding fish and birds swooping down to eat from the guides hand whilst moving.
Ok so maybe I wasn't brave enough to get in at shark ray alley (Bec was) but there were sharks at the other sites I did swim ...
... weren't bothered about personal space. One woman was diving with her teenage daughter and made sure she stuck to the divemaster like a tramp on chips.
For the surface interval we parked up in San Pedro, so I could go off explore this island. It is a lot different. More developed with a more touristy feel, it fits in with the port, and has an almost Ko Tao feel. Cars roll around here. And the clock tower in the centre of town had LCD screens ...
... face joined us. We had not seen Han since our leaving party and it would be great to travel with her for almost 2 weeks.
We boarded the boat and were off towards Caye Caulker a small caye in the Caribbean. For those of you like me who did not know the difference between a caye (key) and an island. An island is made by volcanic or plate movements whereas a caye is built upon coral where sand is gradually built up over time. On the ...
Had a nice lie on, packed our bags and checked out. Everyone on the island seemed to be bombing around the place on golf carts so we decided we would do likewise although we could only get it for an hour or so because we were getting the ferry back to Belize at 2pm. We walked around looking for the rental shop and after 20mins of searching we found one. A lad pulled up in the cart and I'd say at a stretch he was no more than 14 years ...