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We are staying at Casa Bonita in November. What can you tell us about it?

Frederick Ferguson

Well we thought it was fantastic. 3BR/2BA. Nice pier and yard. There's a bar/restaurant right up the beach. I really like being close to town. Normally we stay pretty far south of San Pedro at Casa Redondo. What would you like to know?

roxane jensen

Thanks for responding! We are first timers in Belize. Tell us about the kitchen. How well equipped is it? We like to grill out most nights. What would you suggest bringing along?

Frederick Ferguson

There is a barbeque. And I think most everything was there in the kitchen. I can't imagine taking anything other than possibly condiments. There are a number of good grocery stores in San Pedro now though the ones on the front street tend to be expensive. We cook a lot of Korean so we took some Korean sauces and condiments but that was it.

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