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
... to heal!
To get here we got a lift into Sartenaja to catch the 7.30 water taxi to San Pedro (another cute little island). The water taxi takes about an hour and a half and is really bumpy and hot (Lexxi felt pretty rough for the whole trip). We stopped to explored San Pedro for a bit and looked in a few shops for potential souvenirs (I've chosen some things to buy on the way back). We had a great breakfast at a really cute little place run by a ...
Despite being a nice rainfree day, I was once again spent most of it under cover in a hammock. Feeling better than yesterday but far from 100% I made it out for food today, but otherwise kept to myself and had another early night. There is more "atmosphere" here (including music played til the early hours) but I don't have the energy to fully engage a load of strangers. ...
... him and he told us about some local places to eat. We had definitely worked up an appetite and were keen to try some local food for dinner. Syd's was the place we were going to try tonight. Syd's was not open until 17:30 and we were hungry so we settled for a little local joint Meldys that had a happy hour special on rum cocktails, buy one get one free. We looked at the menu and my mind was made up instantly. I wanted the burrito. Kev took a while longer and decided he ...
... eventually. The biggest problem was there were only locals in the place. We were the only white faces in the entire club and stuck out like a sore thumb. There was also some serious twerking going on in there. This would have to be seen to be believed. I don't know what they feed them in Caye Caulker but the women are seriously well endowed in that department. They all have massive asses. Conor Martin would be in heaven over here. Was a good ...
... to the time change In Quintana Roo I mentioned earlier, we had to sit on the dock for about an hour before the scheduled departure Belizean time.
Before long, backpacks all stowed away, we were back on the ocean and within half an hour arrived just as one of the most spectacular sunsets was taking place. A huge, orange, beast of a sphere was descending over the aquamarine horizon.
What a way to arrive!
As usual, you are met by numerous taxi drivers ...