Sea Dreams Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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Unsurprisngly today hasn't been too constructive. Apparently I was the drunkest one there yesterday. Hay ho. in Quito, Kate made me a list of things to check out on my way through Central. In Caye Caulker it is all about the best brownie in the world. Now I've had a lot of brownies in a lot of places, so I was understandaly pretty skeptical about this claim, but nevertheless I set off in search of the coffee shop. The brownie, was unsurprisingly expensive (as was the ...
... was off the cards for Louise. We decided to book a Sailboat/snorkelling tour where we all could enjoy, Louise with an ear plug. We then explored the few streets that is Caye Caulker and noticed even though the caye is all sand there is no beach. There also was a lot of seaweed which was quite smelly. We later learned the seaweed is not all year round and should not be here at this time of year. However the ocean still looked amazing and we ...
... going to be very big. We jumped on our boards and were ready to go look for critters. Lots and lots of critters. Initially the water was very murky and we were a little concerned we wouldn't see much but as we went deeper into the mangroves the water cleared. We saw a ton of upside down jelly fish, baby sardines, rays and other baby fish. We were managing fine. We could stand, paddle in our knees, lie down and paddle like surfers. We were doing well and having a great time. ...
... the front seat seeing as I someone had to and I’ve already had that experience and didn’t want to deny somebody else the fun. It was actually a good call and I think some people would rather have not had the experience after all! Bearing in mind it was dark… the roads were not really roads but very bumpy, thin rocky tracks that were quite often crumbling away at the edge of the cliff. Reversing towards the edge to let people past was interesting. Then as we arrived at ...
... thousands of books. The early Spanish had systematically burn all of the Mayan books that they could find. These ancient books full of alien glyphs were declared to be the works of the devil by the early Spanish Priests. Thus much of the advanced knowledge that the Mayan Civilization could of provide to the rest of mankind was foolishly lost. Although not as impressive in size or architecture as some of the other temples at the site; the Temple of the Jaguar will remain ...