We took a night in Belize city and had dinner at the Best Western there since everything was closed on Sundays.  The food wasn’t that great but the little bed and breakfast we stayed at, D’Nest Inn, was really nice.  The furniture was old but decent, and the patio next to the river was nice.  We played with all the catfish that were in the river.  Supposedly there were manatees living in the river, but they didn’t come by while we were there.  We caught a flight to San Pedro out of the international airport, and the pilot had to stop by the Belize City Municipal Airport, which was the shortest flight I’ve ever been on.

The island of Ambergris Caye was nice, and the City of San Pedro was cute.  I was surprised that there wasn’t more of a city center, but that made for many more places that you could find restaurants.  The nicest place we found was a breakfast and lunch place called Mesa Cafe.  It was run by an adorable Australian couple, and we had a great time chatting with them and eating their delicious food.  The Mesa Cafe was also one of the few places that we found with a decent vegetarian selection.

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We were staying at the resort called Ramon’s Village.  The place was very nice, and they upgraded us to one of the nicest rooms.  We had a wonderful time at the resort, and the breakfasts were delicious.  There was a delicious pastry called fry jacks, which we had with most breakfasts, and I enjoyed opening them up and stuffing them with the omelettes.  We didn’t spend much time on the beach, as I was avoiding getting burned at all costs, but we did spend a good bit of time in the shaded beach chairs.  We also got a couples massage, which worked great for me, but they didn’t go deep enough for Steph.