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Royal Palm ???'s #91078
08/25/04 04:15 PM
08/25/04 04:15 PM
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Hello,
My best friend and I will be staying at Royal Palms the last week of Sept. and first week of Oct.

How long does it take to walk to town from there?

Also, i was looking at a map and we are close to Victoria House, Mata Rocks, Banana Beach, and Tropica Hotel - Does anyone have any good experiences from bars or restaurants at any of these since they will be close to where I am staying?

Oh, and any info on Royal Palms would be appreciated too, my first trip to belize, can't wait!

Thanks,
Kim

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91079
08/25/04 05:09 PM
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fx1rider capt jeff just bought a condo there ,so here the skinny on the bars close by ,mata rocks nice bar on the beach ,serve some snacks but no real food ,nice people. next door banana beach very good food in rest open breakfeast /lunch dinner ,nice bar but it is in the rest. so mostly a night place very small . victoria house fancy ,place open breakfest lunch /dinner price some say on high side but first class..tropica closed and think to be torn down to make way for new condos ?? you also can walk to banyan bay nice bar and good classey eats sticks out on the water. nice atmosphere ... the capt jeff never walks to town not my thing I am golf cart guy.lots of great bars and food in town . royal palm very nice pool ,beach area has white sand the rooms vary as they are condos pvt.. owned and in a rentel pool ?? ??ok dock needs some work ,,not real good swimming in the ocean to much grass and stuff .. better to walk down to banyan bay for a swim in the ocean .. have fun go live the dream and enjoy ..


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Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91080
08/25/04 05:13 PM
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Capt jeff-
Where are your recommended drinking establishments? I travel alot and usually like to find the little treasures most places have to offer and stay clear of the "touristy" places.
Any recommendations?

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91081
08/25/04 06:37 PM
08/25/04 06:37 PM
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Squirel's Nest, next door, sounds like your kind of place.

Las Margaritas is also nice and fairly close.

Royal Palm has a great beach (best on the island) close by at Banyan Bay/Tropica (Mar de Tumbo) - about 100 yards to the north +/-.


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Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91082
08/25/04 06:41 PM
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my recommended drinking establishment would be, hmmmm..... well.......I think..........let's just say the entirety of Ambergris Caye is my favorite drinking establishment.....just remember the tourists here are a little different than the tourists in Jamaica or Cancun or Cozumel.....so the "touristy places" are pretty good places to hang out.....the tourists are mostly people like the people you meet on this board....no buses of Japanese here with cameras and Hawaiian shirts.........no offense to any Japanese meant.........oh, and go to Casa Picasso for martinis.....

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91083
08/25/04 07:21 PM
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Well that is good news, about the type of tourists that is. I've been to costa rica and loved the out of the way places there. Thats is why i booked belize, people said if i liked costa i'll love belize.

Keep the drinking places coming....want to know all the secret little places.

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91084
08/25/04 08:26 PM
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Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91085
08/25/04 08:43 PM
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I like the Crazy Cannuks bar right up the beach from you. Don and Carol are very cool as is Rick the bartender. Also for a more laid back place..I'd go to Skinny's Hammock House, just north of the cut.

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91086
08/25/04 08:51 PM
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What about any laid back "hippie" type bars?

Re: Royal Palm ???'s #91087
08/25/04 09:03 PM
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Capt Jeff-
since i will be there during the low season where do you think i can get the best rate on a golf cart? i think after throwing back a bunch that is the way to go too.

Thanks,
Kim

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