All you can eat Lobster pizza always a crowd pleaser

by tacogirl
lobster season in belize

San Pedro Lobster Festival crawl continued on at Pedro’s Hotel last night and Fri night for “All you can eat” Lobster pizza.

Paul and I both agreed that this years all you can eat pizza night went smoother than all previous years, just goes to show sometimes it takes a few tries to hit the right combination. The serving area was at the back where the poker room used to be which made so more sense and where the pizza used to get served was all seating area. This was great as it kept the stampede out of the middle of the room.

The Fri night band kept the crowd  entertained and everybody was happy eating, drinking and dancing. Unfortunately the band got rained out but they bounced back and quickly managed to get all their gear inside before it got too wet and were playing again within minutes.

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Today’s video brings you a view of rainy season in Belize while driving around back roads in San Pablo area of Ambergris Caye Island. As you watch the video, you will notice how wet some peoples yards get. This is why it is a good reason to check out land in rainy season of you are planning to buy or build a house here.

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6 comments

Joan June 24, 2013 - 7:35 am

I was just surfing the web looking for a coconut cake recipe and stumbled onto your blog only to see my picture!! We just got back from Lobsterfest yesterday, and i’m already planning our trip back. That lobster pizza was fantastic!

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tacogirl June 24, 2013 - 12:55 pm

Too funny Joan. I hope you had a great time at San Pedro Lobster Festival. I agree Pedro’s Lobster pizza was delicious. I had more at the big block party, that is always my end of the night tradition.

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Charlotte June 21, 2013 - 2:24 pm

Just adopt me, Tacogirl. By the way, was the band from Cuba?

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tacogirl June 21, 2013 - 2:44 pm

lol Charlotte. They were a mix, some local some expats.

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Dr Al June 21, 2013 - 4:29 am

Wow those puddles are the size of whale sharks (rofl)

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tacogirl June 21, 2013 - 11:04 am

🙂

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