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#90949 - 08/22/04 10:10 PM walking to town
Aeriel Offline
There has to be someone out there that has walked from Banana Beach Resort to San Pedro. I was wondering how long it took to do this? I mean walking along the water, not the road. I'm guessing that this can be done.

#90950 - 08/22/04 10:14 PM Re: walking to town
Fluffy Offline
Hi Aeriel: Depending on your pace, I would say a good 35-40 minutes. But there are lots of stops along the way to quench your thirst.

#90951 - 08/22/04 11:27 PM Re: walking to town
klcman Offline
must be a slow walk - 20 - 25 more like it ( but I've never seen anyone who can do it without at least ONE stop wink
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#90952 - 08/23/04 12:56 AM Re: walking to town
Fluffy Offline
Okay klcman: Perhaps I didn't time it perfectly. Probably because I stopped in at too many places along the way. Ya tend to forget about time when that happens. Let's compromise at 30 minutes. smile

#90953 - 08/23/04 01:11 AM Re: walking to town
JeanH Offline
We stay in town so the only time I've ever walked it is early in the morning, with NO stops until Mata Rocks for a cold Coca Cola Lite. I'd guess about 30 minutes from BC's. Four more weeks and I'll try and time it....


#90954 - 08/23/04 01:31 AM Re: walking to town
Fluffy Offline
I love that name, Coca Cola Lite. I can't ever get use to it. It's like being in the Southern part of the US, and they ask you what kind of Coke you want. Too funny!

#90955 - 08/23/04 02:39 AM Re: walking to town
Lan Sluder/Belize First Offline
I last stayed at Banana Beach (fine place) about 10 days ago and walked to town in the early morning. Maybe 30 minutes. It's roughly a mile and a half.

It's not something I'd want to do every day in the heat of the day. I always rent a golf cart.

--Lan Sluder
Lan Sluder/Belize First

#90956 - 08/23/04 02:46 AM Re: walking to town
cajunman Offline
Fluffy, do y'all still call a coke a "pop" up there??? just curious......funny how we do that, though....I'll go to the store to get a coke and come back with a Dr. Pepper.....

#90957 - 08/23/04 05:56 AM Re: walking to town
I hear ya cajunman - when I was growing up in the south everything carbonated & non-alcoholic was called a coke. Now everyone in CA calls it soda. I still hear frineds from the midwest call it pop.

We first had coca cola light in Spain. Last year we visited the Coke headquarters in Atlanta, GA. Man, they make a lotta stuff for a lotta different places and coke goes by a lotta different names. Thankfully one of the most important things I've learned from this Board is - no matter where you are - ask for a Belikin! laugh

#90958 - 08/23/04 12:02 PM Re: walking to town
Fluffy Offline
Hey Canjunman: Yes, we call it a "pop" here in the Northern parts of the states. It is funny how we do that...although "pop" is more of a generic word then "Coke". Anyway, it is what it is, not matter what name someone wants to call it. But I agree with lawcucui, just ask for a Belikin.

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