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November 18, 2006
From journal Change in Attitudes
This is the best value and experience on the island. They have everything... great food, great services... great trips... adventures, free bikes, beach towels, beach mats, great hotel staff that share so many things with you! I can't say enough about this place. You just have to go there or better yet e-mail them: firstname.lastname@example.org
Changes in latitues... changes in attitudes.
August 25, 2006
From journal Lynn & Paul
August 10, 2005
Cindy and Renita (the owners) were really cool and bent over backwards to help us in anyway, even offering for us to go up to their room really early if we wanted to see the sunrise.
They had been away for a few days when we arrived on some family emergency, and so the B& B was a little chaotic on our arrival, with rooms overbooked; our room was overbooked in fact, but they moved us around and gave us money off, so there was no complaining from us.
Our room was small and simple, with a temperamental toilet and noisy air-conditioner, but it was very clean and overlooked the little garden with hammocks and friendly, very large iguanas.We were about a block from the beach and had the use of the pool at the Yacht club, which was just next door.
There were push bikes for hire too, which we did make use of, and Cindy and Renita made our snorkel reservations, as well as reservations for the nice dinner we booked. The B& B has no restaurant of its own other than for breakfast, so plan on eating in town, which we would have done anyway. There was, however, a kitchen that was available if you wanted to cook, but who want to do that on vacation??!!
Changes in Latitude is just a 10-minute walk into the hub of San Pedro and a 5-minute walk to the airport.
Even though this place had its faults (yes, the toilet did break, and yes, the power was off for our last night, making for a worrying time that we would stink on the flight back), all in all these things are just what we had grown used to throughout Belize, and quite frankly, at this point, we hardly noticed them .
From journal From Jungle Juice to Panty Rippers