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Redondo Beach, California
September 12, 2005
Our flight arrived late in the afternoon in Belize City. We were met at the airport and taken via a wonderfully air-conditioned van to the dock in Belize City, where we took a small boat to St George's Caye.
The Lodge has smaller rooms in the main building and larger, over-water cabins on the west side of the Caye. The website does have a lot of information and pictures as well.
We stayed in one of the over-water cabins. It was comfortable and roomy, with more than enough room for our clothes and luggage. Our diving gear was kept elsewhere by the Lodge (rinsed nightly by the staff for us).
The cabin was a little buggy (I’m mosquito bait no matter where I go), but they supplied mosquito coils which worked fairly well. (I never saw bugs other than the mosquitoes.)
The toilet smelled a little of sulfur (due to the local plumbing/composting toilet?). The shower was fine for getting clean (but not enough room for two) and did have hot water.
All the over-water cabins had porches with a table and chairs.
Our cabin had decent air-conditioning and fans. A small refrigerator was stocked with some candy bars, other snacks, and some drinks.
Two Jacuzzis are present on the grounds – great for after-dive soaking. Multiple hammocks are pitched between palm trees. The beach has a fair amount of sea grass and we were in the water enough diving we weren't tempted to go swimming.
The manager, Kim, is a wonderful, helpful, sweet woman; the rest of the staff was awesome as well.
From journal Belize Spring 2005