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  • belizeIf you are in Guatemala and have time, I would definitely recommend taking a detour through Belize! A detour through Belize connects you to two different parts of Guatemala that are worth seeing (Tikal and Rio Dulce) and offers Posted by scampyyy in south america | Aug 4, 2015
  • BelizeMexico into Belize Tuesday 29th March - Caye Caulker Island Left the hotel in Tulum, for a 3hr drive to the Mexican border at Chetumal and Crossed into Belize then quickly consumed the fruit that we were Not supposed to import into Posted by Andy-Irene in Central America - March-April 2016 | Mar 29, 2016
  • Border PatrolSo here we are, on a relatively short bus ride - by Central America standards - from Belize City to Flores in Guatemala, we have our rag tag group of travellers we collected along the way and a communal bottle Posted by TakeOnTheWorld in Central American Adventures | Mar 23, 2016
  • Caye CaulkerArriving to Caye Caulker, Belize, you are instantly greeted by friendly, smiling faces and the feeling you are on a small slice of paradise. I was happy to find almost nothing had changed since being here three years ago. [center][img=http://photos.tr Posted by TakeOnTheWorld in Central American Adventures | Mar 22, 2016
  • Tikal and moreFor this last entry, I thought I would talk about some sites I visited in and around Chicibul. Not far from my place was Barton Creek Cave, so I booked a guide and took the tour. The cave is about Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 28, 2016
  • Inland to ChicibulMy son and his girlfriend had to go back to work (heh) but I stayed on to look around the mainland of Belize. I rented a car at the airport (cars in Belize are quite expensive to rent and Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 27, 2016
  • Caye CaulkerWe took a day trip to Caye Caulker on the water taxi. Several are available and the run pretty frequently until around sunset - takes less than an hour. If the cosmopolitan environment of San Pedro is just Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 26, 2016
  • San Pedro outdoorsIn between all of the eating and drinking (many beach bars!) we did manage to get outside on San Pedro. We did a lot of walking along the beach and through town, just taking in the sights and drinking Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 25, 2016
  • San Pedro Island, BelizeIf you are looking for a laid back Caribbean experience, San Pedro delivers. The eastern shore of the island is pretty Caribbean coast with a variety of restaurants, bars and hotels lining the beach. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/711897 Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 24, 2016
  • Belize - getting there and getting organizedThis fall I was able to organize a trip to Belize with my son and his girlfriend. I have never visited Central America before, so Belize sounded like a good first foray; it's pretty politically stable, reasonably safe, and Posted by tdeits in Tom's Travels | Jan 22, 2016
  • UnBELIZEable snorkelingContinuing our travelathon across Guatemala, we had one final long bus trip after Tikal. We woke up before 5am for the fifth time in two weeks to catch our shuttle to Belize City, then a 45 minute speed boat ride to Posted by nzdora in Team Dora explore Latin America | Nov 2, 2015
  • Go Slow...And Potentially Never Leave....We arrived in Caye Caulker in the early evening. It was a three hour boat ride to San Pedro Island where we went through Belize customs and then another 30min boat ride to Caye Caulker. It ended up being Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jul 3, 2015
  • Belize City, BelizeDay One After arriving at Toronto Pearson International Airport early this morning, and departing on a 6 1/2 hour flight with a layover in Atlanta, I have finally arrived at Philip S.W. Goldson International Airport in Belize City, Belize. The Posted by acrm2015 in My Dream Trip Around the World | Jun 8, 2015
  • Village Life- In Search of Food[center][/center] [center]Liz's Fast Food is where the locals go.[/center] Rice and Beans or Beans and Rice? Belize has two national dishes: rice and beans and beans and ric Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Apr 19, 2015
  • My Casita by the Sea[center][/center] I didn't plan on living in such a small village, but when I envisioned living on Caye Caulker, I wondered if I could find a place with reasonable rates for long Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Mar 28, 2015
  • S L O W Life in the Village[center][/center] [center]Main Street- Where all the action is![/center] Belize is known for its quirky personality as much as for its diverse environments including Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Mar 24, 2015
  • Plan B in Belize[center][/center] [center]Sun and Shade- its a good name for a Belizean boat.[/center] Belize has always been a bit of a fascination for me. It is so unique for a Cen Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Mar 4, 2015
  • Always Have a Plan B![center][/center] I become aware of someone singing in a low melodious voice. It must be Ismael. It is still dark, but as with most fishermen in the village, he is getting an Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Feb 25, 2015
  • Caye Caulker Island (Belize) 31st January Leaving Flores early in the morning, I make my way to Belize City. The first thing that strikes me when I cross the border is that none of the signs are written in spanish, I expected that being Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Feb 4, 2015
  • Into the Belize JungleThere was lots to do in San Ignacio, Belize! We were there for three days. My favourite part was making chocolate the Mayan way. We had to peel the skins from the cacao beans and grind the beans until they were Posted by Salsa Sojourns in Salsa Sojourns | Jan 31, 2015
  • Two Aussies, an Englishman and a Swede go to an island...It wasn't until I was actually on the pontoon on the way out there that I came to the realisation that I was going to be the lone woman in the group for our stay, which at that stage was Posted by melpage in Not all those who wander are lost... | Jan 29, 2015
  • Happy Go Luckie in HopkinsHappy Birthday to me! We just finished two weeks on the beach in Hopkins, Belize. It is a small coastal fishing village of a few thousand people. It is a Garifuna settlement, the people are descendents of shipwrecked Posted by Salsa Sojourns in Salsa Sojourns | Jan 27, 2015
  • Different as Day and NightThe Belize Zoo was high on the list of things to see on our trip. The 'Best Little Zoo in the World' is actually a rehabilitation and conservation effort. The Zoo exhibits indigenous animals only once it has been determined Posted by Salsa Sojourns in Salsa Sojourns | Jan 25, 2015
  • Beautiful Belize And off to Belize we go! Felix and I took a boat from Livingston to Punta Gorda (Belize) at about 7.30am. Our Captain, Jose, and his first mate, "Big Boy" took us there on quite a large boat despite the Posted by melpage in Not all those who wander are lost... | Jan 5, 2015
  • Actun BabyI had been warned by several people that Belize City was not the most pleasant of places but I elected to spend a night there on my way to San Ignacio, a destination I had been recommended for a cave Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Dec 22, 2014
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