Caye Caulker Journals

Island Life, Relaxing on Caulker

A March 2005 trip to Caye Caulker by albionvicar

Caye Caulker Beachfront Photo, Caye Caulker, Belize More Photos
Quote: A visit to the beautiful and somewhat offbeat Island of Caye Caulker

Island Life, Relaxing on Caulker

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Overview

Caye Caulker Beachfront Photo, Caye Caulker, Belize
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My arrival at Caye Caulker corresponded with Easter Sunday, and the island was full of weekenders from Belize City. This had the advantage of making the island much livelier than normal, though some of the trippers had clearly had been partying a little too heavily, as a few arguments were breaking out in shops, some with other tourists. By nightfall, however, a large number had returned home, and the island began to take on a much more laid-back feel. Thus, the true nature of the island was revealed. You come here to relax and partake in the wide variety of water-based activities on offer. This is not a party destination, although a quite lively crowd hangs out at Herbal Tribe at weekends or a...Read More

Tree Tops

Hotel

Tree Tops Photo, Caye Caulker, Belize
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This highly recommended accommodation, a 5-minute walk from the centre of the village, does not disappoint. Situated 1 block back from the sea, it is a lovely place to relax and chill out. This is defiantly not a party place, as Owner Doris likes her guests to be quiet and respectful to others. Consequently, you are guaranteed to have a peaceful stay. Party animals go elsewhere please. There is a nice garden area where guests can mingle before venturing out on the town and an Internet facility, and you can receive Doris’s expert advice on the area always at hand. Rooms are spotlessly clean and well furnished, with a fridge, good bathroom, and cable TV. The suites, though, wou...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 4, 2005

Tree Tops
P.O. Box 29
Caye Caulker, Belize
501 226 0240

Glenda's Bakery

Restaurant | "Glenda's"

Glenda's Bakery Photo, Caye Caulker, Belize
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This is a classic wooden Belizean home. You eat in one of three small dining rooms after having placed your order with the kitchen. Open for breakfast from 7am. (closes 3pm, after lunch). Choose from homemade fresh juices, coffee, cinnamon rolls, and egg staples with ham or bacon.

It's a lovely atmosphere, and you will end up sharing a table with others as the owners try to squeeze as many people in as possible. You will soon be exchanging ideas and experiences with other travelers.

The pick of the breakfast options.

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on May 4, 2005

Glenda's Bakery
Back Street
Caye Caulker, Belize