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  • Belize and Panama==Belize== This is probably the easiest country in Central America to travel to, with English as an official language and the US dollar not only accepted but also pegged directly with the Belize dollar. It also presents a wide range of Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Feb 19, 2018
  • Belizean Sunrise & Honduran SunsetHighlights: * Belize - Chartering the [[http://www.islanddreamtours.com/|YOLO]] to Shark Ray Alley and Hol Chan * Belize - Mayan Ruins at Lamanai * Belize - Renewing our wedding vows on a beach in Belize * Honduras - Off the beach snork Posted by mwshimp in Shimp Search - Finding Paradise | Aug 25, 2018
  • Xunantunich We found Wally. Wally is our English landlord for our stay in San Ignacio, originally from Bristol but here for the last 25 years where he plans to see out his retirement on his army and state pensions. Obviously came Posted by Planetgeli in Totally Mexico! | Aug 2, 2018
  • Don’t come to BelizeBelize is da shit. Not shit. Da shit. I’ll explain. When researching this holiday we came across quite a few negative opinions about Belize. “I’ve heard mixed reviews”. “Don’t walk through Belize City”. And so on. Liza and I realised we have Posted by Planetgeli in Totally Mexico! | Aug 1, 2018
  • Swimming with sharksThe first thing I saw on waking were three pelicans, in formation, flying past the window. Beyond that, the Caribbean. Caye Caulker appears to have two main forms of bird life. Pelicans and pterodactyls. I’m fairly confident the pelicans are Posted by Planetgeli in Totally Mexico! | Aug 1, 2018
  • Caye Caulker, BelizeWe woke early because we had to, to catch transport down to Central America. Central America! How exciting is that? Another new part of the globe for us. I walked down to the lake, over the jetty to the cabana Posted by Planetgeli in Totally Mexico! | Jul 29, 2018
  • Pit StopWe arrived in the late afternoon to Belize City and having checked the water taxi schedules ahead of time thought we were too late to get to any of the Cayes so booked a hotel in the Fort George area. Posted by pdx.traveler in Belize & Guatemala | Nov 20, 2010
  • Caye Caulker - Go SlowCaye Caulker is on the path of the backpacker trail. It's not overly developed and has plenty of hotel and restaurant options. It's close to the reef so many dive operators are here too. It's a great place to go Posted by pdx.traveler in Belize & Guatemala | Nov 21, 2010
  • Belize/Yucatan 2018Arriving just before sunset to Lower Dover in Unitedville, about an hour East of the border, I didn’t really know what to expect, but I did know that I was both tired and hungry. Once I reached reception, I was Posted by Krackajak in 2018 Jebtography Around the World | Mar 5, 2018
  • Everyday Gaps in Caye Caulker - A Post by DennisHow long do you stay in one place? You want to stay long enough to truly see and appreciate it, but not too long that it gets tiring. This is all relative with the amount of time you Posted by fishonyukon in Latitude to Gratitude | Mar 4, 2018
  • "Cos its Hotta Anda de Water" - a post by DennisWhen visiting Caye Caulker most tourists take one of the many snorkeling adventures around the island. The Caye calls you to explore the turquoise water, the coral, the fish, the depths. The reef is not far offshore creating a Posted by fishonyukon in Latitude to Gratitude | Mar 1, 2018
  • Going Slow in Caye Caulker, Belize - A Post by Dennis After sweating it out in the humid rainforest of Guatemala, we welcomed the thought of the breezy islands of Belize. An early departure from inland Flores had us to the border in no time. We passed into Belize Posted by fishonyukon in Latitude to Gratitude | Feb 24, 2018
  • Jungle CavingRemember the saying about best laid plans? That was my day today. I had planned on a relaxing day water tubing through caves. However, Mother Nature had other plans. Due to all the rain we’ve been Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Nov 15, 2017
  • Communing with the MayaThe weather forecast for today was the most promising I’d seen for this week. I decided I’d check out a couple of Mayan sites near San Ignacio today since they’d be easy to do on my own and at my Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Nov 14, 2017
  • CaracolOne of the sites I wanted to see most was Caracol. It’s a Mayan City in the hills south of San Ignacio, close to the Guatemala border. It’s estimated to be larger than Tikal, but it was discovered Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Nov 14, 2017
  • Underworld Adventure It’s been a long year. Life hit me hard and I needed a break. Around July I started looking at flights just wanting to go somewhere - anywhere. Europe? Central America? South America? Posted by Jengt in Jenny sees the World | Nov 13, 2017
  • Stop 34 - San IgnacioTaking the first boat off Caye Caulker we then climb aboard a mini van and drive the hour and a half to San Ingacio. San Ignacio is located in the west of Belize, very close to the Guatemalan border. It is Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Aug 30, 2017
  • Stop 33 - Caye CaulkerWell the day had to come that we finally left Mexico. My initial thoughts of Mexico were "I could stay here forever!!" but if I'm being totally honest I haven't enjoyed Mexico all that much since arriving in Merida. So Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Aug 11, 2017
  • Wednesday...Must be BelizeAs the only English-speaking country in Latin America, I have always been curious about Belize. It's known for its ocean reef and language, and that's about all I knew. It was British Honduras before it became independent in Posted by NellieVA in West Caribbean Cruise from New Orleans | Apr 19, 2011
  • Christmas in a caveMerry tropical Christmas from Belize! It's hard to believe it’s Christmas when you are sweating your butt off in the heat and humidity of the Belizian jungle. And just in case we weren’t sweaty enough just sitting in the humid Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 24, 2016
  • Chillin' in the rain forestWe woke up to an overcast morning, but had plans to just hang out and chill at the lodge so it didn't put a damper on our day. After breakfast we went on a sustainability tour of the lodge to Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 25, 2016
  • Sharks and rays and fire coral, oh my!This morning we got up early to get ready for our 8:10am pick up for some diving and snorkeling with Belize Pro Dive Center. Kaeleigh and I got suited up for some diving at Hol Chan Marine Reserve, while the Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 27, 2016
  • Shh, it's a secretOn tap this morning was parasailing! We didn't tell the kids what we were doing, just that we had to go to the dock and meet a boat. So they were excited when they saw a boat pull up that Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 28, 2016
  • Turtle TimeToday was another snorkeling morning, this time at Mexican Rocks which is north of where we last snorkeled. It's a series of shallow coral reefs and actually had more colorful, and must more, fish than out at the Hol-Chan Reserve. Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 29, 2016
  • Last day of relaxationToday was our last full day left in Belize so we decided to make it a do-nothing day to relax before heading back to snow, cold, school and work. This of course meant that we spent the day at the Posted by Travelsake in Our Family Vacation to Belize | Dec 30, 2016
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