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Cool for cats in Caye Caulker

April 27th 2016
HE SAID... This afternoon we were travelling northeast from Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve to Caye Caulker. On the drive from Tapir Mountain Nature Reserve to Belize City, derelict concrete houses dotted the highway, with little to no immediate reason why they had ever been built in the first place. On our arrival in Belize City at 4:15pm, our new driver (who replaced our street f ... read more
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Belizean Flag Territorial disputes between the UK and Guatemala delayed the independence of Belize (formerly British Honduras) until 1981. Guatemala refused to recognize the new nation until 1992. Tourism has become the mainstay of the economy. The country remains... ... read more
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5th May 2016

Cool cats and hot sauce
Go slow--what a perfect motto for a 'tropical travel fantasy.' There were no hotels, restaurants, tourist shops or golf buggies when I was there 30 years ago, but how great that they still don't allow cars! The restaurants, rum punches and tropical vibes sounded fabulous, and I'm so impressed that the dogs were often neutered! I wonder if a vet retired there?
6th May 2016

Re: Cool cats and hot sauce
'Go Slow' defined the island in many ways, and we loved it. We didn't catch golf buggy taxis while we were there, but there was an aging population on the island who used them a lot... development isn't always bad :)

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