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No-one around the Sunday morning I strolled the street, so peaceful and unhurried. Very different on Monday morning.... busy, dusty and colorful. No fears about security and there's a very good supermarket (Brodies) on the eastern side.
If you want to people watch or see how the locals carry on their daily activities, this is the place. There is nothing glamorous to see, but it is one of the easiest ways to get a peek into life in Belize.
You’ll find a cross section of Belize here, including street vendors, small restaurants, shops, and panhandlers. Our shuttle drove through this busy congested area and it looked safe with a mixture of locals and tourists (note a cruise ship was in port). Our driver indicated...More
If you need it you can find it somewhere on Albert street Merchants are plentiful every thing from Jewelry to Wash machines
will be lined up on the side walks .I found the freshest fruit at street vendor across from the Atlantic Bank
We went to Albert Street accidentally when we were roaming about in the Belize City on our four day tour, and realized that this is the only marketplace in the City Centre. The streets were lined with shops selling a variety of items. There's even...More