Belize, here I come!

This was the first time in a long time that I visited a Central American country. Belize, was truly something to be excited about. Home to the second biggest Barrier reef, I couldn’t wait to show you all the photos.

Me holding my gopro photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

For this trip, I definitely had to buy a camera that took underwater photos. Belize has some awesome Caribbean beaches. The whole time I was at the store, I kept thinking how beautiful the photos would look. You all are in store for some very beautiful photos with crystal clear water coming in a few weeks.

Waiting at the Charlotte International Airport photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Had to do an overnight layover in Charlotte, North Carolina. Came during the worst time. It was during the NBA All-Star weekend. So, there was no point of going out of the airport to find a hotel. If I had, I would have extra stress getting back to the airport with all the traffic from the All-Star games.

The door of my room at the lounge photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Found an overnight lounge for a decent price. It’s crazy how my room was named after the local football team. If you are ever at the Charlotte airport during an overnight layover, keep in mind that the airport shuts down after around 10 pm. The security will kick you out, if they see you wondering around later than 11pm. Best to find a lounge or some overnight accommodation.

 

Belize photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

After a goodnight sleep, I woke up and went towards my departure gate. The best thing about most overnight lounges, you don’t have to recheck yourself through security in the morning. Got on my flight, slept like a baby during the flight.

Next thing I knew, I was in Belize. My adventures in this country were about to begin! Couldn’t wait to see the Caribbean Blue waters!

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42 thoughts on “Belize, here I come!

  1. Belize is on my bucket list…especially the Butterfly farm and the ruins just over the border north.
    What is a lounge? Is it a bar open over night and you pay to be able to enter?
    Looking forward to your photos! I’ve seen people using go-pros. They seems like cool cameras.

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    1. I never knew about butterfly farms. Thank you for opening my eyes on that. Gotta visit one! The ruins in belize are beautiful. Unfortunately, didnt have time go over there.

      A lounge can be bar. It’s usually a like a hotel in airport. Most International aiports have it. Some credit cards benefits give access to those rooms

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      1. You get a private bed and room. Sometimes you have to rent a private shower depending on the lounge. Most high ends have a private shower but, it’s more economical to just get an average lounge and rent a shower.

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      2. Nice.

        Hope Edelman wrote a powerful book “The possibility of everything”, about her trip to Belize to take her daughter to a Shaman/healer, to free her of a curse that had over taken her. It was a beautiful and stunningly honest memoir. It also had great info about Belize.

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      1. Wow sounds amazing!! I will definitely check it out! Thank you so much for your suggestion katelon!

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      1. Unfortunately my brother does not have a website. I’ve been encouraging him to start his own blog, but he claims he is too busy. I’ve posted a time or two on my blog with his pictures but to be truthful with you, I have forgotten the titles of those posts. We’re talking a year at least ago. And WOW about you swimming with sharks. He has too and I look stunned when I see the pictures he sends me. LOL

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      1. In all seriousness, being with marine biologist, that had to be quite an interesting and knoledgeable experience as well as fun.
        But I´m still not going into wáter, except it is a pool.

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  2. Great place. I lived there for eighteen months and loved every minute.
    The reef is a fantastic place for diving.
    Beware of the rip tides they are strong.
    I found the basking sharks friendly and the barracuda annoying as they saw in front of my face mask.

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