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permalink written by  akaratmisr on March 15, 2016 from Egypt, Belize
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An action packed time in Guatemala

We enjoyed Antigua very much. It had lots of churches and old buildings that had been ruined by a number of earthquakes which made it interesting to explore. While we were here we decided to venture up another volcano 'Volcan Pacaya' - an active one! This time it wasn't so steep or hot, but it...

permalink written by  coopsandbets on October 7, 2010 from Caye Caulker, Belize
from the travel blog: We are off to find the wizard!



Hmmm...Honduras

We have to say Honduras wasn't our favourite country in Central America...we seemed to spend our whole time there on bloody buses!! The roads weren't great and we never seemed to be able to get from A to B easily. This clearly doesn't seem to phase the locals but on our tight schedule we were...

permalink written by  coopsandbets on October 7, 2010 from Placencia, Belize
from the travel blog: We are off to find the wizard!



Boarder Crossing # 2

We had problems again crossing the boarder into Guatemala but this time not as dramatic. Before we left Belize City we asked how much it cost to get out of Belize, the answer was about $40 Belizeans or $20 USD each. The question we didn’t ask though was how much it cost to enter Guatemala. None...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 16, 2009 from San Ignacio, Belize
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Belize Coral Reefs

Now that we are in Belize there are only a few major interest. One the Wildbird Sanctuary, two more Mayan ruins or three go to the caye (islands) to dive or snorkel. So we decided to go to Caye Caluker, an island off the coast of Belize City and in the Belizean Barrier Reef. The Australian, Dan,...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 14, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Boarder Crossing # 1

So back to the rest of the day. Once we got to Chetumal as a group the Australian guy, English guy and Ryan and I decided to continue onward to Belize City. This was another 4 hour ride so we bought our tickets for the next bus. Goodbye Mexico! Ooohhh almost, first we had to go through immigrant...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 13, 2009 from Belize City, Belize
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



San Ignacio, Belize

A country neither of us had heard anything of so of course we had to go here. We left sunny Mexico and arrived in sweet Belize. We got on a local bus and it felt like we were in a movie the few hours while we sat there, packed like tuna in a can, jumping up and down on the seats over the...

permalink written by  Steffi & Chris on September 27, 2009 from Benque Ceiba, Belize
from the travel blog: 212 days



Swimming With The Fishes

Today was a marvelously relaxing way to end our vacation. Early in the morning, we set out with Rene, Billy and the crew to Laughingbird Caye, a small atoll about 1/2 hour away by boat. Along the way, we had the good fortune of being followed for a bit by several dolphin, which gave the kids...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on September 4, 2009 from Placencia, Belize
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



By Sea and By Land

Although yesterday we had been told that we had to go back to Puerto Barrios to catch a 10:00 a.m. boat to Belize, in Livingston, anything is possible if you're willing to pay for it, and that includes a skiff directly to Punta Gorda, Belize. It thus took us only 45 minutes to get to Belize,...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on September 3, 2009 from Punta Gorda, Belize
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



Just Like A Movie Set

Our final destination of the trip, Turtle Inn, like La Lancha, is owned by Francis Ford Coppola and consists of a number of Balinese style luxury huts sitting on the beach, which is raked daily. Among the huts are a few swimming pools, restaurants, and a beach bar. It is, in essence, a movie...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on September 3, 2009 from Placencia, Belize
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



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