I only remember really 'going...
I only remember really 'going out' one night. If you've read my other pages you know I love to drink but I'm not really down for the big club scene. I love little bars where you can talk with a travel companion or meet new people. After a few rummy drinks I gain more coordination (yea right!) and can possibly be coerced into tripping the light fantastic, but usually I just like to talk. Belize was perfect for me becasue every few steps on the sandy beaches in San Pedro and you would stumble upon a new place that looks like this.
Dress Code: I wore a bikini and a sarong every where I went.
There are great things to do...
There are great things to do all over. Big Daddy's is always fun. Barefoot Iguana's is hopping until late. Dockside is great on Wednesdays for Ladies Night. Hit Fidos to see Barefoot Skinny perform and find out where the party is for the night.
The casual atmosphere is great at all the nightspots. My favorite part is dancing barefoot and trying to remember how to punta from the last time I was down.
Dress Code: Lol-What dress code? Most guys are in shorts and a t-shirt w/no shoes. The women wear a bathing suit/sarong, shorts and a tanktop or a simple sundress. None of the locals wear shoes and many tourist choose not to also.
The Chicken Drop!: The Chicken Drop!
You'll never see anything like it. Held on the beach. A large square filled with numbers is spread out. Tickets are sold for each number. Once all the numbers have been sold, a chicken is placed on the large square the object is to have him poop on your number, whoever has the ticket with the number he poops on is the winner of $100. Warning-the winner most clean up the poop!
Dress Code: Like everything-no shoes, no shirt, no problem!
Caye Caulker - The Whole...
Caye Caulker - The Whole Place!
Caye Caulker has many bars and parties going on all the time. These people just want to enjoy themselves.
My advise - Don't wait - Just go.......
Dress Code: You mean there is a dress code!
No - anything goes, but I don't ever remember wearing anything on my feet the whole time I was there.
The 'Hard Rock Cafe' - but not...
The 'Hard Rock Cafe' - but not the official one.
It really was a friendly place but not too crowded. Always a big welcome when you entered.
Dress Code: Anything goes, but in the evening make sure that long trousers and long sleeved shirts are worn. Mosquitos really love to bite.
If you do not travel with...
If you do not travel with girls ... avoid the local night clubs... Black people move their backs better than white ones. :)
Dancing at the night clubs is one to one. And you will need to pick a girl (or the other way arround) in order to go to the dance area.
Dress Code: Tropical, Flowers... Magnum 'Tom Selleck' style.
'Big Daddy's' (on the island...
'Big Daddy's' (on the island of Ambergris Caye) is a definate must-visit night spot. Complete with black flourescent lighting and glow-in-the dark egg shell cartons pinned to the wall, this club is one of those must-see-it- to-believe-it kind of place.
The difference in culture and normal public behavior b/w the islands and the U.S. is simply amazing. Everyone that you meet seems to be trustworthy and usually extremely friendly.
Dress Code: No shirt, no shoes, no problem.
Rasta Pasta Riddims (on da...
Rasta Pasta Riddims (on da wadda) is Rasta Pasta'a recenly opened second location. Mister Albert Gill plays live reggae every Friday, Saturday 7-closing and Sunday i think they start at 1pm. Mister Albert is working on the release of a new CD called 'Tribute to a King'. He sings like an angel and the music is very up beat and positive
Well it's ondawadda and it's the only place on Ambergris Caye to enjoy live reggae. And the food is fantastic!! Much enjoyment and good energy here.
Dress Code: No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem (which is standard in most of Belize especially on the Cayes and beach towns. Just be yourself! Be comfortable and be happy!
We only made one attempt to...
We only made one attempt to venture out while in Belize. Our last night there we decided to take a water taxi to town to check out some of the local spots. After several phone calls to the water taxi and lots of waiting, our shuttle arrived and we were on our way. That is where the adventure began... We got caught in a huge storm on the way, we were soaked and asked the captain to just turn around. He informed us that he could not turn around becuase he couldn't see anything. So we were soaken wet, cold and on our way out for the night, and then the boat ran out of gas. Luckily they had fuel on board and within a few minutes we were back in business. Well we arrived in San Pedro, but our only interest was to be back on the island dry and warm. We ran into some friendly locals in a bar, and after a few shots of Whiskey to warm up, they provided us with some dry clothes and we were on our way back home for the night. At least we had a nice dinner before this happened.
San Pedro: live reggae music
On Sunday and Wednesday nights at the Tackle Box in San Pedro. Relax at the bar, have some food outdoor above the water, and listen to the cool sounds of reggae.
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