Category: Belize

By , November 30, 2011 2:20 pm

Note:  If you’ve been following our Facebook fan page, you know that we’ve been out of Belize and in Utila, Honduras for the past month.  We’ve fallen in love with scuba diving and are currently still in Utila feeding our addiction.  Our next posts will catch you up with the last month of our lives and the new twist in our travel plans… so stay tuned. Our trip to Belize &#91read more]

By , November 25, 2011 6:49 pm

Our trip to Belize was only going to be a visa run. We needed to reset our C4 visa before moving on from Guatemala to Honduras, and Belize seemed like a good (albeit pricey) place to do it. We thought we would go up to Caye Caulker, and then work our way back to Placencia to catch the Friday ferry to Puerto Cortes, Honduras. The ferry would only take about &#91read more]

By , November 12, 2011 8:18 pm

It finally happened… we found a place we just didn’t like. In fairness, we didn’t give Orange Walk much of a chance either. We spent only one night there, and were more than happy to be on the first bus out of town the next morning. Before I get into why we didn’t like it, I should mention why we bothered to go there in the first place. According to &#91read more]

By , November 8, 2011 9:38 pm

I hate to stereotype, but sometimes you just have to. In this case I’m going to stereotype travelers. Of fellow travelers we meet on the road, we often find more often than not they fit into somewhat of a mould. For example, they are usually professionals, or on their way to becoming professionals. Thus we meet a lot of lawyers, doctors, engineers, teachers and grad students. I’d say the whole &#91read more]

By , November 4, 2011 10:27 am

The truth is, somewhere along our travels, we’ve become serious cheapskates.  So as we hung out in Caye Caulker, Belize, eating stewed chicken with rice and beans for every meal (pretty much the cheapest eats on the island if you’re looking for a full meal, and luckily for us, it just happened to be super delicious) we debated long and hard if we should spend the money on a snorkelling &#91read more]