Sea Dreams Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Sea Dreams Hotel Caye Caulker
Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... with her boyfriend and with her best Paris Hilton-esque accent asked the 6ft5 black Belizean stall holder if he had any lobster kebabs. He politely told her that he only had whole lobster and offered her one. In her whiniest tones she exclaimed, "but I really want a lobster kebab and no-ones making them". He didn't even look up at her, but instead just said, "that's a lotta work, makin' a lobster kebab" and carried on turning the lobsters on the grill. An awkward ...
... Our house is on the south west edge of the village, in the residential part, overlooking the bay. This has pro's and con's. It's generally quiet here, we don't have people trying to sell us tours or anything (just knocking on our door to sell us fish!) and it's still within walking distance of the shops and restaurants. Being in the residential part of the village gives us a sense of what life is like to live here, that does come however with a soundtrack of barking dogs and ...
... prices, we continued to the car park and found a minivan heading towards the town of Corozal that accepted payment in Mexican Pesos (as we didn't have any belizean dollars at this point). He dropped us off at the bus station. The bus station was quiet, a few people sat around waiting around for the next bus. Two ladies sat guarding the toilets, there were only two cubicles, I'm not sure if they had responsibility for one each! A man stood behind a bar ...
... stay in Dirty Mcnastys. It's up there with one of the worst decisions we made on this trip. You could argue it's almost as bad as Steven Woodys decision to drive to Galway rather than meet us in Searsons for a pint because he felt Galway was easier to get to from his apartment in Cherrywood. Ladies and gentlemen I give you Steven Wood. Anyway the hostel was dead, the room was fairly **** and we were paying a hefty price. That didn't stop ...
... late (with the new time change in this state), which induced a little panic as we had to get down to the docks to check in and get through Mexican immigration. Annie and Jake still reckoned they had time to make sandwiches, so Jess and I jumped in the first taxi we could hail and headed straight to the boat yard.
As soon as we arrived, the staff guided us inside to log our passport details on their passenger lists. One of the things I had picked up was that purchasing ...