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#80123 - 02/11/04 11:01 AM Beach towels  
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We are staying at BB, and I was wondering if it's best to bring your own beach towels or are they provided by the hotels?
Trying to figure out what we need to pack. Thanks!

#80124 - 02/11/04 11:13 AM Re: Beach towels  
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when I had the opportunity to stay there ,there was plenty of yellow beach towels ,,,if you like real huge beach towels bring your own ??? but did not have any problems with getting towels .. in fact had no problem with anything.. as staff is super . you will love the service... and if you tip a few gringo bucks they will treat you like a queen /king .they go the extra mile to make you happy tip or no tip I just like to tip .... live the dream and enjoy


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#80125 - 02/11/04 11:15 AM Re: Beach towels  
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Thanks CaptJeff - one less thing to pack laugh

#80126 - 02/11/04 01:17 PM Re: Beach towels  
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I'm bringing one of those synthetic chamois towels they sell for around $12 at places like REI and other camping/outfitter stores. They're about 1/8" thick, roll up to the size of a small T-Shirt, and soak up loads of water. They can be be wrung out to 98% of its water content, and then it's really light. I figure I can carry this around AC in a fanny pack and use it when I jump off the various docks as I hike up and down the caye.

I'm the guru of high-tech packing laugh laugh laugh


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#80127 - 02/11/04 01:50 PM Re: Beach towels  
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This is another "must have" gadget. cool

http://www.beerneck.com/


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#80128 - 02/11/04 02:04 PM Re: Beach towels  
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Good ideas - Thanks!

#80129 - 02/11/04 04:49 PM Re: Beach towels  
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I just love this board. Angelo, you reminded me that I haven't packed my itsy-bitsy towel yet. So thanks a bunch. Will be in on Blackbird Caye 7 days from today. The snow here is over the axe handles (never been sure what that means, but we always say it). See you all in San Pedro March 1st.

tofino


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#80130 - 02/11/04 07:43 PM Re: Beach towels  
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I'm up to my axe in snow too. Can't wait to pack a beach towel and head for Belize!!

#80131 - 02/11/04 07:52 PM Re: Beach towels  
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For the gals, using a sarong/pareo cotton, as a towel works well, it is flat to pack, and it will dry in the tradewinds quickly, even on the boat.


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#80132 - 02/11/04 07:59 PM Re: Beach towels  
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listen to The Wise One wink


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