Musts: Pina colada at Victoria House Conch fritters at Rico's Chicken falafal wrap at Ali Baba's Huevos Rancheros at Manuels Snook at Blue Water Grill Sushi at Blue Water Grill (yes, sushi - it's amazing) Sunday BBQ at BC's Fresh pineapple from any street vendor Breakfast burrito at Estelle's Beach BBQ (fishing in the a.m., beach bbq, snorkle in afternoon) Margarita at Cannibals Lady Sharon cruise to Caye Caulker Midnight skinny dip in the ocean Barefoot stroll on front street Homemade banana bread sold by locals and in some markets Meat pies from Celi's Surf & turf at Capricorn Panty Ripper at Rico's Dennis Wolfe wherever he's performing Fresh fish/shrimp/lobster straight off the boat (if you have a place to cook it)
good list, one correction - the absolute best MEAT PIES in Belize are made by Dulcea Foreman and are available at 8:30 am every morning (except Sunday) at Coconet Internet (and she also delivers them to 3-4 other places but I don't where - all I know is if they aren't at the internet by 8:31am there's a whole bunch of people asking where's the damn meat pies - yes I'm the loudest of them). I consider myself a meat pie aficionado and these are the BEST!
Will have to try those meat pies - love them. So 8:32 is too late, huh?
Thought of more: Egg rolls at Jade Garden Ceviche at Caramba's Eggs Benedict with lobster at Rico's Bottle of wine on end of dock on clear still night See at least one sunrise Anything at Jambel Jerk Pit Chicken drop at Pier Lounge Taquitos at Manuels Carvin' Marvin's zircote bowls Painted coconut husk fish from Papo's
I must agree with Govikes, of all meatpies on the island the ones at Coconets Internet Cafe are the best!
Also, thanks for the advice on the seafood chowder with sourdough bread for only $8 BZ at Jerry's Crab Shack. It was huge and very filling, I loved it. I must say you and Steve have the best food recommendations.