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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we as a group decided to shed the $ and try this place.
Well, the dinner tonight was most definitely the highlight of the day, and the cruise even. And I would come back to either Marina an Riviera for this dining experience again! It was a special connoisseur menu, with wine pairing recommended by Wine Spectator. Absolutely fantastic! I saved the menu. But the 7 courses of drinks were way too much for me. Half way through the dinner ...
... and rewarding so far. The people in Belize are so lovely, friendly and helpful. In fact, I had the best pick up line from an elderly man this morning. He said, "heaven must be having a recess" when I asked why his respond was wonderful "because an angel was standing in front of him" And yes, his eye sight was perfect and he was referring to me!! He made my ...
... 160;Maybe next time! Jervais' devotion this morning was very good - it was about trusting and loving God with your whole heart. Not just half/part or a portion. Your whole heart! And doing whatever God asks of you. And if you do that, He will give you the strength you need for whatever He calls you to. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me". May God bless them and all the children there! ...
... freshen up and then that we were starving. The hostel had 2 puppies which were absolutely gorgeous, and at that age where they were able to escape from their box. It wasn't long before we all were ready to go for dinner. We found two chinese places, the first one's menu was not what we wanted so we up and left to the next one. After dinner we walked a lap of the main road and headed back to the hostel and straight to sleep as we all had plans to be up early the next morning.
... island of St Vincent in 1795. Now they live on the Caribbean coast from (mostly) Belize to Nicaragua and their culture and language is a mixture of African, Mayan, Caribbean (Rastafari, "Jah man") and English.
The only touristic thing I've done here is visiting Los Siete Altares, a nice spot on a river where several natural pools are connected through waterfalls. Sadly it was mostly dry due to the dry season. But it required a ...