After one soaked night in Belize to was time to head to Flores, Guatemala, I awoke to a nice sunny day at the Lower Dover Field Station & Jungle Lodge, Belize and the host Madeline took me and two other guests o a little excursion through some of the ruins on their property.
Belize by Motorbike
I would only spend a few days in here. The border crossing was relatively easy but included multiple stops (passport, import, and insurance). The country had what I despise most, that is a lot of vehicles with speakers on top roaming around blasting noise (usually religious) just about everywhere. The food again was fantastic and the people that I met always smiling and happy. The weather when I was there was pretty dreary with lots of rain, however, it wasn’t too bad because it was warm.
The country has many archeological sites scattered throughout the countryside and the food was very nice, especially the street food. The roads are very good for the most part and the riding comfortable. if the weather was better I would have stayed longer, especially to do some diving but in the north of the country, it was due to rain nonstop for 4 straight days. So I decided to move on to the west and stay close to the border with Guatemala.