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Jul 7, 2011 - A week in the bush.
Corozal. 7/7/11 A week in the bush. We were dropped off in Corozal at the bus station. It has a different feeling to Mexico, it’s quite a different place altogether. We found the nearest ATM to get some Belizean dollars and then to try and find the Meditation and Yoga centre, that Line had found as a contact in England. We had arranged to come and help out a bit on the building of the centre. We had been emailed a map of the directions and took a picture on the camera the night before we left Mexico, hoping that it would be enough for a...Jump to full entry
Apr 29, 2010 - ON my own, da lone traveller
Hi, i made it ALIVE. yes i have successfully travelled from Soccutz to Corozal town, (that's all the way across Belize, you know), as an independent woman! i feel so liberated. I'm staying in a centrally located guest house that's right close to the bus station. It said in my travel book that it was only 30bz so i thought, i might as well go for the cheapee, since the nice sounding guest house by the ocean was full. Ya, i walked all the way there, well actually all the way to nowhere in the wrong direction and then back again and all the...Jump to full entry
May 22, 2008 - Corozal and Orange Walk
The day we have all waited for has finally arrived. It is May 20th and six weeks give or take after we set off from San Diego. In one way this day feels like the end of the trip, so used to Mexico have we become, but six more countries await us and as much as we will come to miss some parts of Mexican life we must push on. Belize was next on our list and we spent our last night in Chetumal on the Mexican border. Some reasons to be excited about Belize are that they speak English as well as Spanish, they have some of the most beautiful reefs...Jump to full entry
Apr 18, 2008 - Corozal
This was a small town we stopped of in to break up the long journey from Playa Del Carmen to Belize City. We were the only tourists that we saw. It was great small town which gave us a good introduction to what the Belize people are like. They are a friendly, shy, and curious at the same time. Also a very diverse mix of people. There are Spanish, African, Mayan, Garifuna, Chinese, Indian, Hamish, and some Americans who have decided to retire down here.Jump to full entry
Jan 29, 2008 - Ariving & Going to Copper Bank.
Day 1 We have arived in Belize and are glad to see Donna & Enrique right in front of our noses waving, Rox got a big hug. We got in the red Jeep and headed North to Corozal 1.5 hours and then East 1/2 hour to Copper Bank. This is a very beutiful trip and its a dirt road and a man powered cable bridge to cross a small river for the last 1/2 hour. We did stop for lunch along the way and had a great meal of rice beans and Fish. Had 1 beer as well (Belcin) after about 18 hours of travelling it was a lot. Copper bank is quote ,"off the...Jump to full entry