Sea Dreams Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Sea Dreams Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Dreams Hotel Caye Caulker
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... for many backpackers – Caye Caulker.
From the bus terminal in Belize City we walked to the jetty even though we had read that this neighborhood was quite dangerous. We wouldnīt definitely do the same thing after dusk. At first we considered Belize City to be a very interesting place to visit because it wasnīt lacking this typical chaos and local vibe. Later Gonzalo walked around a little bit and admitted that he felt strange. He couldnīt describe it well ...
... the next day. Lots of sitting around doing very little. There were lots of big puddles around town, some of which we had to wade through to get anywhere, including out of the hostel. But you get that in the rainy season.
On Saturday morning I got a bus to Punta Gorda, a town about 3 hours south (Sabrina headed north). Having dumped my stuff in my room (4) I went walkabout in the town. ...
... although the current was very strong and pulled us back towards the beach so it was quite a workout if you wanted to do any swimming!
For our evening meal we went to a restaurant with no menu. Instead they presented us with a selection of freshly caught fish and seafood which they then barbecued. Simple and delicious.
It was an early start the next morning as we were travelling back to Mexico, but what a way to end our trip in Belize!
... d’aria. In poche parole è stata una giornata memorabile. Fare snorkeling e vedere tutti questi animali nel loro ambiente naturale era forse il motivo principale per cui avevamo deciso di passare qualche giorno in Belize, e direi che le nostre aspettative sono state ampiamente superate. Anche il contorno a questo piatto forte è stato decisamente piacevole: l’isola di Caye Caulker è un piccolo paradiso, una striscia di sabbia larga un centinaio ...
8am start for a day of travelling to Belize baby!!
After a taxi to the bus station and a 3.5hr bus journey, we got to the border. Outraged to have to pay 300 Mexican pesos to leave Mexico, rip off!!!
Then welcome to Belize!!
For a bit of history, Belize is a still part of the commonwealth and although most Belizeans speak Creole, they also speak English so no need to impose my bad Spanish on anyone :)
They also accept US ...