The Blue Hole

Before we arrived in Belize I knew the diving would be great but I had heard mixed opinions on going to the Blue Hole!  Is it worth the 2 hour boat trip? Is it worth $250? These were the questions I asked myself, however when I went to Frenchies dive shop I quickly got enticed into … More The Blue Hole

Caye Caulker

‘Go slow or go home’ is the motto here. As Londoners, this phrase was alien to us. More like madness! ‘How can people move this slowly?’, we said to each other as our boat docked at the Caye Caulker jetty.  A 20 minute water taxi ride away from San Pedro, Caye Caulker is a tiny … More Caye Caulker

Ambergris Caye

Goa move over…I think we have a winner. It took us 30 seconds from landing in Belize to fall in love with it! For starters, the local languages were English and English Creole (sounds just like English but in a really Jamaicann accennt mannn), which was very welcomed after about 2 weeks of just Spanish! … More Ambergris Caye

Puerto Viejo

Lined with shops, restaurants and bars with Reggaeton in the background, Puerto Viejo, the capital of the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica is the place to relax and do NOTHING all day! Every travellers’ day is comprised of waking up, eating breakfast and heading to the beach. Note that none of the restaurants open till … More Puerto Viejo

Tarzan and Jane

Jamie and I have always been nature and wildlife enthusiasts, which probably explains why we would pay $200 for a night on top of a tree house in the middle of a primary rainforest! What I am about to describe is likely to be the decription of hell for most of you but we enjoyed … More Tarzan and Jane

Manzanillo

If tropical rainforests, untouched beaches and mama’s spiced chicken, plantain leaves and rice annnd peeeeas are your thing then Manazanillo (pronounced Manzaneeeyyo) is the place for you. If you are looking for rows of bars and restaurants along a beach then you are probably going to be better off visiting the town of Puerto Viejo … More Manzanillo