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Coffee, anyone?


ColleenNB
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As a long time cruiser, I have taken to trying to visit each port's "best coffee" in order to get a feel for a city, and to be around locals instead of a bus full of fellow cruisers.
Can anyone recommend a coffee house in Belize City, or better yet a roastery with tours? The spice tour sounded interesting but I have not seen recent posts about that.

Thanks!

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Bit of a walk but Moon Clusters on Daly Street is probably what you are looking for.  Go left out of the terminal, That's Fort St. which turns into Front St. There's a street called Handyside that branches off  Front St. at the local school across from the Water Taxi Pier.  Take that up past Queen Street (Handyside turns into Daly at Queen St.) about 2 blocks on your right.

Closer to the Tourism Village (right out of terminal) where the tenders dock is Martha's Cafe or follow the road on around the water past the lighthouse and up toward the Radisson, there's Le Petit Cafe, but it's mostly guests at the Radisson or other tourist.

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