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Tikal and Semuc Champey (Guatemala 2018)

Part 1: The Mayan Ruins in Tikal The first couple of days in Guatemala had been a nice change from Belize, the climate in Flores was just that little bit cooler than Belize City and the whole place was generally more pleasant; cobbled streets, inviting cafes and restaurants, lake views, and handy little tuk-tuks to get into town from our accommodation for only 10 Quetzals (about £1 GBP). Located two hours north of Flores are the gigantic Mayan ruins…

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Hopkins to Placencia (Belize 2018)

Part 1: A few photos of Hopkins Where do you wanna go?   Beach dogs   About as extreme as cycling gets in laid back Hopkins   A friendly local called Will came and chatted to us one evening, he was drinking Guinness brewed in Belize …and he worked in ‘pharmaceuticals’…   Part 2: River Tubing through the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary The first couple of days in Hopkins had been a bit of a letdown as I mentioned…

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Caye Caulker to Hopkins (Belize 2018)

Part 1: Leaving Caye Caulker We were ready to move on after a week in Caye Caulker.  Don’t get me wrong, the ‘go slow’ vibe, the palm trees, sunshine and tropical waters were all just what we had wanted, it’s just that for an island made entirely of sand…there’s precious little beach to enjoy.  Most of the island has piers running from the mainland over the underwater seagrass and out into slightly deeper water, unfortunately most of these piers…

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2018 – Back on the Road Again: You Better Belize It!

Part 1: It’s been a while… It’s been a couple of months since the last blog post in November 2017 so apologies for the delay.  I left Mexico in early December and skipped back to the UK to see family and friends over Christmas and New Year; it was great to get back home for a while but surprisingly hectic trying to fit in time to see everyone.  Swapping shorts and flip-flops for hoodies and jackets was fun for…

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