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#166244 - 08/27/04 12:34 AM How would you do it?
Gela Offline
If you were planning your next trip to Belize, say next May, and you intended on spending a week on AC and then another 4 nights or so on the mainland coast (example: Hamanasi) - which would you do first? laugh
Gela's AC Motto: "All Roads Used to Lead to BC's" frown

#166245 - 08/27/04 01:42 AM Re: How would you do it?
klcman Offline
land first then AC

have that golden glow fresh for the return to US!
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#166246 - 08/27/04 01:54 AM Re: How would you do it?
chattykathy Offline
We did land first this June and then AC...the order was right for us but next time we'll split the days on each differently. We had 3 nights jungle and 10 AC...next time we'll do 4-5 jungle, and 8 on AC. We are beach freaks so wanted to get mainland over and enjoy the water, but we loved Chaa Creek, the jungle, Tikal, and wish we'd had more time to do some more exploring on the mainland. Enjoy!

#166247 - 08/27/04 03:30 AM Re: How would you do it?
RobertE Offline
Gela - just spent my 40th b-day in Belize. I'd vote for finishing in San Pedro. I'm kind of biased though. You ought to check out some of the Cayes near Dangriga. They are just as awesome as the rest of the country. There are some new places down that way. Also so many choices on the mainland too. What a problem to be plagues with !!

#166248 - 08/27/04 04:04 AM Re: How would you do it?
Gela Offline
RobertE - Happy Belated Birthday! I remember my 40th - wish I could have spent it on AC. Since my Birthday is in mid-September, I didn't want to risk hurricane season so I wimped out this year (but I did get there laugh ).

I appreciate everyone's input. On my first trip to Belize in 2001, I spent my last 2 nights at Maruba Spa. Last year I did AC then mainland (Cayo district then Banana Bank). I wanted to visit southern Belize coast this time around, so maybe 3 or so days then AC sounds just about right!

I know, I have it tough - I've got enough frequent flyer miles on AA now so I want to lock in those hard to get seats for next May!

Perhaps I can convince some of the boarders I've met there in the past to meet me there next year laugh wink cool
Gela's AC Motto: "All Roads Used to Lead to BC's" frown

#166249 - 08/27/04 05:49 AM Re: How would you do it?
LaurieMar Offline
This boarder is game and up for the challenge, Gela! It will be hard to top the recent vacation, but we can give it the ole college try! Hopefully, Roger will still be around for some wild dancing. You did real good, girl!

#166250 - 08/27/04 04:35 PM Re: How would you do it?
Gela Offline
Laurie, I'll be emailing you soon to propose the 2005 event! It will be a challenge to beat this years but hey - it's worth a try - you better Belize it call me a docta!
Gela's AC Motto: "All Roads Used to Lead to BC's" frown

#166251 - 08/27/04 06:03 PM Re: How would you do it?
Tom Offline
I agree with the land first and then AC.
Jaguar Paw is a great place to visit and should be considered.


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