This is the terminal at the Belize City airport.
Topic Air, along with Mayan Air serves many of the island destinations including Ambergris Caye.
..and of course, just in case, you have the very tiny sized air sickness bag. I wouldn't advise eating too much if you're planning on getting sick.
The flight to San Pedro on Ambergris Caye takes about 15 minutes.
A view as we're leaving the Belize City airport.
We head out over the water on our way.
An airstrip on another Caye.
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San Pedro airport in the distance.
On the ground at last.
The waiting area by the gate at Tropic Air in San Pedro.
Neri's Taco Place.
Neri's Tacos, a great "local" place to eat. Three tacos for 50 cents US.
The Coke is almost more expensive than the 6 tacos.
Next door to Neri's Taco's is the French Bakery.
Here you'll find fresh pastries, bread made daily and made to order sandwhiches.
As you can tell in Belize they follow very strict constuction codes.
One of four of buildings at the Pelican Reef Villas. Each building has 3 floors and 6 units total.
No matter whether you like sun or shade, there's plenty of places to relax near the pool.
Kitchen just off of the entrance to the condo.
Dining room in between the living room and kitchen.
Main living room.
Downstairs bedroom #1.
Bath attached to bedroom #1.
Bedroom #2 with two balconies.
Bathroom for Bedroom #2
A look off the living room balcony out to the Carribean.
Beach towels are provided.
The swim up bar.
Caesar takes your drink orders at the swim up pool bar.
This is another property under construction by the same owners of Pelican Reef. It's just a few doors up.
Golf carts are the main mode of transportation around the island.
Ecological Divers at the far north end of San Pedro on Front Street is highly recommended.
Wild Mango's is one of the best places to eat on the island.