The Central American sub-tropic oasis, Belize– was hands down one of my favorite destinations. Affordable, friendly, english speaking, and loaded with activities (…and cute boys with accents) Amy and I never hit a dull moment. The perfect antidote to the winter blues and feeling burnt out at work.
Visiting the land of 2012, in 2012 was an adventure. Central America is rich in ancient history, has brilliant skies with vivid stars, life changing coffee, and beautiful natural terrane. I hope to see the world through this lens again. Here is a glimpse at our trip, I will publish extensive pictures on Flickr soon.
Some quick trip details…. The first half of the trip was spent in main land Belize at Midas reasortin San Ignacio. Commuting from our blue cabin, we traveled with Pacs Tours hiking, cave tubing, impromptu rock climbing, swimming and observing archaeological finds through out Belize andTikal Guatemala. After surviving “the jungle,” we headed to the coast for a blue water beach vacation. Amy and I stayed at Sea Dreams hotelon Caye Caulker, a small car-free island reliant on bikes and golf carts as primary transit. In Caye Caulker we went snorkeling, got spa treatments on the beach, ate fresh seafood, worked on our base tan, tested local Tequilas, gained a new appreciation for Rum and successfully went to the only bar open until 4am every night.