Sea Dreams Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... 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 ...
Belize! I made it safe and sound albeit a little frost bitten. The bus I took to Belize was FREEZING! I really did seriously luck out because I turned out to be one of two people to have no one sit next to me, even though I was supposed to. An Irish guy was assigned next to me but he ended up moving to an empty row until we picked up more people and then he just sat with the guy across the aisle from the empty row. So that part was fantastic, I could curl up, ...
... water taxi to Caye Caulker, about 30 minutes and again a seamless, easy process with everyone so helpful and not trying to rip you off or the like which is always nice. Oh and they spoke English! Winning!
We got a taxi (golf cart) to the hotel, Colinda Cabanas, at the south ...
... took care of feeding Nicki who is a santuary Capuchin monkey at the rehabilitation centre. In order to feed Nicki you have to enter her enclosure. At first she bit every bit of skin in sight, particularly my ears! However now she is a little calmer around me. I've also started to take responsibility for the enrichment that is given to the monkeys. For example, on one ocasion I created some iced fruit which the 44 monkeys at Wildtracks seemed to ...
... to allow small boats to pass through. Over the years tidal forces took over and created the 6-meter deep channel.
Basically we were completely done with our little “adventure” within 2 hours and didnīt have anything else to do. Of course, we were interested in doing some water activities; however, they turned out to be way too expensive. The full-day snorkeling trip to the Hol Chan Marine Reserve where you can spot reef sharks and sting rays ...