Belize Zoo

First, I have to say it is so hard to keep up the pace with writing about our trip now that we are home. It seems like it was all a dream and I am constantly kicking myself for not finished up our little narrative. So to get back into the swing of things (hopefully),…

San Ignacio and the ATM Cave

I have barely any pictures from this leg of the trip… It rained daily and the main attraction is sans cameras. San Ignacio is located about 15 minutes from the Guatemalan Border and is a slow town (as all towns in Belize are) with the gateway to adventure. From here you can see ruins, lazy…

A week on Caye Caulker

We left Hopkins and set out for a night at the Belize Zoo as a pit stop to Caye Caulker. If you have the ability to travel throughout Belize and not just stay in one place, this is worth the stop. At the very least, stop by during the day, pay a small entrance fee…

Belize from my tummy

I have to report Belize a little differently. This article is completely dedicated to the food we were so lucky to consume while in the country. Belize traditional fare is seafood, the local catch of the day. Sometimes you find chicken on the menu, but the real gold medal winner for land eating carnivores is…

Still doin what we Belize

Leaving Mexico was almost heartbreaking, but Belize quickly fixed that. When crossing the border from Chetumal into Belize, GET GAS IN MEXICO. This is super important and we missed our gas station. The Pemex on the right hand side about a quarter mile from the turn for the border is the last gas station you…