Although I haven't checked directly with the resort, the management has sent messages out to the staff to return as soon as possible.
Ambergris Caye was minimally affected by the storm. We had a little wave action, some wind (est. 30 mph) and a fair amount of rain.
At the moment, the sun is shining, tourists are strolling the beaches, swimming and sunbathing on our beautiful island.
I highly doubt that Captain Morgan's has sustained any damage whatsoever.
Send them an e-mail, I am sure they will confirm your vacation.
As unfortunate as this devastating storm has been to the southern portion of the country, life is almost back to business as usual in the majority of the country.
Now, more than ever Belize will be depending on our tourism industry. With our citrus, corn, beans, mango,rice and banana crops heavily damaged we are going to rely all the more on our natural resources. TOURISM is the ticket for us right now.
People planning to visit Placencia will need to take a rain check for now, however, maybe they should consider visiting other part of our beautiful nation. We have mountains, rain forests, Maya Ruins, a fantastic Barrier Reef, a multitude of amazing tropical wildlife, flora and fauna and THE PEOPLE.
One of the reasons visitors return to Belize time and time again is because they have met our people and made true lifelong friendships.
Don't just come down for your visit soon, bring a friend or two!
In the face of adversity, Belize and her people will rally on strongly. WE ARE STRONG, WE ARE PROUD, WE ARE BELIZE!