I almost feel the Go Slow thing protects the majority of The Locals to be lazy and clueless in the restaurants and bars, and it gets under your skin when you are throwing money at them, but yet you can't walk five feet down the street without getting hustled for that, or this. With spending a few months on San Pedro and over a month on Caye Caulker, I will say the service is a million times better on SP. The Service Industry People there are actually happy, smile, and are great with Guest, but on CC, you feel guilty or like you are annoying people making an order. The Hotels are about the same price, but you always get a pool, security, AC, and Cable on SP, and then part killed me, but drinks are a dollar more on CC too. I will say the walk-ability of the island is nice, and you can save money on what can be expensive Golf Carts if you are stuck way up north or down south, but there are not to many options. In my option there is only two real bars on the Island, and if you are expecting to meet Expats, you won't; it's mainly Back Packers (College Kids) and locals. The entire Island is a little bit dirty too.
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