Check out these 10 street stands, fancy hotel bistros and bakeries to get your grub on across this tropical Belizean peninsula.
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For a small village with essentially one main road and a boardwalk, the food scene in Placencia, Belize is nothing to sniff at.
From cheap roadside bites to lauded eateries, there is plenty to peruse, starting with these ten highlights:
Continue reading ➞ Where to eat in Placencia, Belize
Chances are, if someone starts talking about Caye Caulker, “Shark-Ray Alley,” “KoKo King” beach and “The Split” are going to be among the first phrases out of their mouths. (Shoot, guess I just perpetuated that trend.)
Well, this isn’t that kind of guide — mostly because I didn’t DO the first two (I’m really bad at being a tourist), and the idea of needing a tour guide to tell you about the third is more ludicrous than a Belizean street without potholes.
Continue reading ➞ GUIDE: Caye Caulker, Belize