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If you are in Moab and want to stop by, our office is at 121 E 100 S next door to Yama and Sons.

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16 comments

  1. Billy Doran says:

    Hi, I was wondering who builds your cabanas? Is it a company that comes out and does it, or do you guys build yourselves? I am getting ready to build on Caye Caulker and really like your bulding style so thought I’d ask who does them. Thanks ! Billy

  2. Andy Dalton says:

    Hello,
    I’ve just read Lucy’s “Flying vs driving” post from 2011 and I wonder if anything has changed. I’m travelling with my two teenagers from Belize City to Mayflower NP for three days in April 2014 and wonder about the relative costs of renting a car vs flying (to Dangriga).
    Thank you, Andy

  3. Hallo dear friends,

    my name is Jörg Mintel. I am a owner of a diving school in germany. You habe a very nice photo from an eagleray on your homepage. Is it okay for you, that i show this photo on my homepage? Please answer me and give me your okay. Otherwise I will remove this photo from my homepage.

    Best regards from Germany

    Jörg Mintel

  4. Lucy says:

    Billy, I had turned off (or so I thought) all replies to my blog (because of all of the spam) so I didn’t see your question until just now. So sorry for the response that took 6 months! We build our cabanas ourselves using our island staff. If you wish to hire them in the off season (starting June) I could put you in touch with our best crew boss and he could hire the rest. It is best to write me on email: slickrock@slickrock.com. Thanks, Lucy Wallingford

  5. Lucy says:

    Andy,
    I had turned off (or so I thought) all replies to my blog (because of all of the spam) so I didn’t see your question until just now. So sorry for the response that took 2 months! It costs about $140 each round trip to fly between Belize City and Dangriga ($140 x 3 = $420), but renting a car will cost about $80/day, which is $240 for 3 days, but I don’t know about insurance, gas (about $6/gallon), or other fees. Personally, I would still fly because driving is dangerous. Again, so sorry for the late reply, in the future a much better way to communicate with me is via email slickrock@slickrock.com. Thanks, Lucy Wallingford

  6. Lucy says:

    Justin, you asked for my reply to Andy Dalton about flying vs. driving in Belize. Here is my reply to Andy:

    I had turned off (or so I thought) all replies to my blog (because of all of the spam) so I didn’t see your question until just now. So sorry for the response that took 2 months! It costs about $140 each round trip to fly between Belize City and Dangriga ($140 x 3 = $420), but renting a car will cost about $80/day, which is $240 for 3 days, but I don’t know about insurance, gas (about $6/gallon), or other fees. Personally, I would still fly because driving is dangerous. Again, so sorry for the late reply, in the future a much better way to communicate with me is via email slickrock@slickrock.com. Thanks, Lucy Wallingford

  7. Cristiana Victoria says:

    Hi!
    Hope you’re keeping well!
    I’m Cristiana and am an avid reader and blogger, a passion which I think we share.
    Your blog is by far the most interesting I have come across in the recent past, hands down!
    The writer in me is yearning to write a piece for your blog, may be around 400-500 words, or whatever you are okay with.
    Awaiting your reply.
    Regards,
    Cristiana

  8. Russlyn says:

    Hi Lucy: When is the best time to visit your resort i.e. weather. Do you have a stormy season?I am from Canada and thought this would be an excellent gift idea.

  9. Lucy says:

    Russlyn, The best time is during the ‘dry season’ which is late November – early May. Within that time frame, the ‘best of the best’ is January – March. If you have any more questions, please send us an email, I am so sorry I didn’t realize this question was in here! slickrock@slickrock.com. Lucy Wallingford

  10. Patty says:

    Hi Lucy,
    I’ve been enjoying reading your blog and am glad that you are comiitted to keeping the island clean! I think it’s great that you include your guests in trash collecting contests, but was wondering what you do with the trash once it is collected.

  11. Dear Founder of belizeadventure.com,
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    As the topic of your blog and mine is similar, I would like to contribute to your blog with a blog post (or several if you like me to continue writing).
    If you give me permission, I can start writing for your blog. I’ve some topic in mind, or if you suggest me some topic, which will well suit your reader,
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  12. Lucy says:

    Steven,

    Thanks for your message. We would be happy for you to submit an article for possible inclusion in our blog. Please submit it to slickrock@slickrock. com. I don’t check these comments very often, so sorry for the delay in replying.

    Lucy Wallingford

  13. Lucy says:

    Patty,
    Thanks so much for your great comment. I am sorry about the extremely delayed response. I don’t check these comments often enough obviously! In the future comments to slickrock@slickrock.com will get an immediate reply.

    Yours is a great question. Trash is separated into groups. All vegetable matter is composted right on the island. All metal and glass are taken to the mainland, which means they end up in the Belize City dump. All paper and plastic are burned. Yes we burn plastic, the volume is too great to do anything else with it. We use only returnable drink bottles which cuts down greatly on trash generated. Keep sending questions as they come up, thanks.

    Lucy

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