Belize Tradewinds Paradise Villas
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro
... alot and belted out Bob Marley while offering us a lift to our accommodation in the only vehicles allowed on the island, a golf cart! Luckily our hostel was a 2 minute walk from the dock so we walked ourselves there and it was just beautiful. We had a lovely breezy room with ocean views and a wee swing out the front to sit on and watch the sunrise. What a delightful touch. We spent the evening walking around the entire island and then sat on ...
... we can only really talk about Caye Caulker. It was beautiful, though a bit smelly, the locals were friendly and would often stop us for a chat, the diving was stunning, though there wasn't a lot on the caye itself to do. We had a great time relaxing, and we got sunburnt there like nowhere else on our travels. We can see why people fall in love with the place. We had a great time, but were happy to move on to our next destination after a few days.
... eventually waist high grass. It was an extremely bumpy ride and Alex had the unenviable task of protecting the eggs we'd bought to have for breakfast. After an hour or so we'd reached the end of the road and we would continue by foot. We unloaded our packs and thanked George and Wendall for getting us there safely. The path to the falls through the jungle was overgrown but still easy enough to follow. Before long we could already hear the roar of the waterfall. The path led out ...
... the dock with Francesco. Francesco is the maintenance worker at the house. He has an amazing work ethic and has been doing his job here for a long time. Sadly, we did not catch anything. However, we had some heart to hearts talking about his life in Belize. He talked about his childhood which was very interesting, It made me appreciate my life in ...
... looking for some fun at the split, but the bar that was there was already closed.
We were stopped by a taxi driver who offered to drive us to a club. Well, we took up that offer and paid five local dollars for a return taxi trip and a welcome drink. That was rather fair. But when we got to the club there were only four other people there. And it was already midnight. We waited until 1am, and then headed back home. We were all already fairly drunk from the cocktails in the Enjoy ...