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Motoring out of Corozol, we were in high spirits. We were restocked, we’d made it through the border without issue, we were back in an English speaking country [which meant Ike could actually do some of the conversing!], and the…

BELIZE

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Hey, Mon! 16th August: Undoubtedly, Belize is a curios outpost: one of the greatest culture shocks we’ve encountered on this journey. Latin America has all of a sudden vanished. Entering immigration you can surely be forgiven for thinking you’ve arrived…

“Go Slow” Our in depth reporter uncovers how slow can you go in Caye Caulker

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Caye Caulker Belize Central America. We step off the boat onto the island and were immediately taken aback. No cars,barefoot, bicycles and golf carts rule the street. Stay tuned for our entire review  coming soon. Meanwhile enjoy the photos.…

Conquering the Cockscomb with a Legend !

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Doyle Gardiner has a passion for educating visitors to Belize about his jungle, the Cockscombs Sanctuary as a matter of fact! In our opinion, he is one of the most  knowledgeable, professional, and entertaining guides we’ve ever had the pleasure…

San Ignacio, Belize

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From the very first day, I was really intrigued by Belize. It was strange to come from months in Mexico and speaking Spanish to crossing an imaginary line on the land and now speak English. The bathrooms now were clean…

Hummingbird Highway, Belize

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Belize doesn’t have many roads, but since it’s so small I guess it doesn’t really need many. The main highways have simple names to tell you where they are in relation to the overall country layout – ie. Western Highway,…

Budget: Belize

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Placencia, Belize

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The day we rode in from the border we headed south and then west along the only real highways in the country. Belize doesn’t have many main roads, and it doesn’t need them since its such a small country. At…

Belize: Camp Site List

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Yellow-Green Vireo Campsite Date Visited: 04/01/2014Location: 17.7686527837233, -88.5304623563667A campsite near the lake at crooked tree bird sanctuary. Bathrooms and showers and a fire pit and some small palapas. Staff was friendly. 20 belize dollars per person.Internet: Yes…

Riding from Mexico into Belize

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After spending the night in Chetumal and getting some mail picked up at a local post office (thank you, Ruben!) we head for the border. I have no idea how long it will take to cross over. We have read…