Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions????
Posted By: nanci
Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/03/01 09:58 PM
I have emailed for answers about Basil Jones but have not receives a response. Can you tell me what a red week is? Also can you tell me the price of a one bedroom for the last two weeks of june every year.
I will be at Ramons from June 21st for 10 nights, how can I reach you to look at this resort?
Also after reading the msg board for the last few weeks I am not sure Ramon's was a good choice. we picked it for location, dive shop and beach but we got an oceanfront room on the bottom floor which sounds kinda dingy . Can you tell me what you know about Ramon's?? Thank you
I am having nightmares about the room and mosquitos...Help LOL
Posted By: Marty
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/03/01 11:59 PM
Can't help you with the details from sandshaker, but quit obsessing on the skeeters!
its wasted energy. there ain't none in the day, and at night they are in non breezy spots briefly.
Posted By: Suew
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/04/01 02:28 AM
Plus, Ramon's has one of the best beaches in the area. You'll enjoy the convenient location, beachfront beauty, dock, bar , restaurant and probably everything else. Have fun!
Posted By: nanci
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/04/01 03:17 AM
Marty...you crack me up.. I wouldn't stress its just that skeeters love me sooo much they would fly from San Pedro to California to bite me LOL
Posted By: Sandshaker
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/04/01 04:18 AM
Nanci....send your questions to me here in Belize at [email protected]
As far as Ramon's....i'm with Marty. I don't think you will be disappointed. Their accomodations are nice and we don't have many mosquitoes right now. Just stock up on repellent and have a good time!
As the song says...
"Don't worry....'bout a ting.....cuz every little ting......gonna be alright"
Posted By: seashell
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/04/01 10:00 PM
Most of the rooms at Ramon's a smallish and nothing to write home about. The grounds are beautiful. If you aren't going to be spending a lot of time in your room, you will be enchanted with Ramon's. There are a number of places that have nicer rooms but few to none with a nicer development.
Posted By: CHOOCHOO
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/05/01 02:22 AM
Seashell is pretty much on it. You won't be disappointed. After your third or fourth trip you'll get a little more adventuresome. We know people who have been staying at Ramon's for twenty years, and wouldn't stay any place else. Nuff said.
Posted By: nanci
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/05/01 03:16 AM
Thanks Everbody, we are cozumel transplants looking for a new vacationing spot...Cozumel got too touristy over the last few years. Once we are there we will pick our favorite spot for the next vacation. My mind is at ease about Ramon's and the SKEETERS!!!
Posted By: Marty
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/05/01 03:23 AM
Hi Nanci, thanks for not taking me seriously!
also, one more thing to worry about though, check that link on the front about coconuts falling on our heads!
if it ain't one thing its another!
Posted By: diverdeb1
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/05/01 09:04 PM
Nancy I also agree with seashell about Ramons. The beach and and pool/bar area are great, you are a short walk from town, and breakfast is delicious! Mayan eggs, Belezian eggs,watermellon juice, fryjacks, shrimp omlette, mmmmmmm. We're staying at Banana Beach this time but you can bet we're eating breakfast at Ramons! Have Fun!!!
Posted By: munichchick
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/06/01 02:55 AM
Hi Nanci! We have lots in common. Skeeters also fly to California to find me and we used to vacation in Cozumel/Playa del Carmen but feel it is getting to touristy. We fell in love with Belize last year and the skeeters are not any worse than at the Riviera Maya depending on season. You will like it. We purchased at Basil Jones (floating red week) and think it is the best timeshare deal in the Caribbean and I think it will be just beautiful with the Tiki Villas. Have a great trip!
Posted By: Bobber
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/06/01 04:07 AM
Nanci, our group was also die-hard Coz folks for quite a few years. Great diving, good folks. All of a sudden, stop lights? A second gas station? Help imported from the mainland? Prices going up? We'll go back someday I guess.
We just returned from our second AC trip, and we're definitely going back next year again. Hopefully, it will not go the way of Coz.
Posted By: cjd
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/08/01 12:10 AM
Can anyone give me more feedback about Ramon's? My wife and I have reservations for mid May for 4 days there. Any place nearby that we can kayak or canoe through the lagoons or hike through any "remote" woodsy parts of the island? Or is it all too developed for that sort of thing on AC??
Posted By: Laguna Punta
Re: Thanks Sandshaker, A few more questions???? - 02/09/01 04:46 AM
Mosquitoes... on da Mosquito Coast!! Keep it under ya hat. Its a secret!!!!!