Caye Caulker to Palenque, Mexico

It was raining our final morning in Caye Caulker, downpouring. The power went out at 4am, before a generator kicked on.  I woke up with a start and looked at my phone to make sure we hadn't overslept.  At that point, we were both awake.  I went outside to take down the clothes we had … Continue reading Caye Caulker to Palenque, Mexico

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Caye Caulker

The bus ride to Belize City was uneventful. The bus never got overcrowded, and it was hot but not unbearable.  It wasn't raining, so the windows could be kept open allowing for a breeze, and since it was direct, there wasn't much stopping and starting along the way. We walked the ten minutes to the … Continue reading Caye Caulker

Black Rock Lodge

I could've taken a taxi to the airport to meet S, but that would've been expensive, $25. Instead, I walked to the bus station, allowing plenty of time for error. A man, seeing me looking at the bus schedule, asked me where I was going, and when I told him Ladyville, said that the buses … Continue reading Black Rock Lodge

A Sprint through Guatemala to Belize City

I rose early in the morning, catching the 6:20am collectivo van to the Honduras/Guatemala border at El Florido.  It was a twenty minute ride, and I passed out of Honduras and into Guatemala without any trouble.  I wasn't even asked to pay the 10 Quetzal ($1.25) bribe that I thought was standard when entering Guatemala.  … Continue reading A Sprint through Guatemala to Belize City