Riviera Maya and Belize . Part II
We left the beautiful lagoon of Bacalar and even the Mexico to move to Belize.
It was an adventure to cross the border because we missed the bus that was leaving in the afternoon and we arrived in Santa Elena, a small town by the border, without knowing where to go.
Fortunatly we found some people who were going to Corozal and knowing the place a bit,they took us there and helped to find a room for the night.
The morning later, with just few hours of sleep, we took another bus (you know the yellow school bus you see around the States, that one, just really old) and went to Belize city to take a water taxi to Caye Caulker and then San Pedro, two beautiful islands where we stopped for four days, admiring the beauty of the places.
Even here I went snorkeling in the Caribbean barrier with turtles, sharks, lots of colored fishes, mantas, but couldn't take any underwater pics, you can still see that even the sunsets were stunning and worth the stop in these islands.
It was definitely relaxing, a bit too much touristic in my opinion, but can understand why lots of Americans go spend their holidays there.
People are always friendly, food is nice, landscapes or seascapes amazing, can go snorkel, dive or just relax.
We wanted to move to the South of the country as well, but we had not enough time for it and after five days we left Belize to go to Guatemala, but this is another chapter.
Photo credits: Yuritz.
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