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... clearly but photos will never do it justice at sea level! Once kitted up, we start the dive and go straight to the ledge at 40m. At this depth, we only get 8 minutes to swim amongst the huge stalactite formations hanging down, which are magical and eerie at the same time. In those 8 minutes I go from feeling excited "we're here, we're here!", to disbelief "I can't believe I'm actually here!", to amazed "wow, those formations are so ...
... in this region is very good, as are the spirits and cocktails. Steer clear of wine though- it tastes like urine!
Belize is a fascinating country. It used to be a British colony until 1981 (so pretty late decolonisation-wise) previously being called British Honduras. Most people are Caribbean black but there are strong numbers of Mayans, Sri Lankans, and even Chinese. There are a number of languages people speak- English is the official one but ...
The next journey of our trip saw us making an impromptu trip in to Belize. One thing I love about travelling in general is the 'looking out of the window' part of it- which is particularly true in Guatemala. The scenery is so varied and there is so much more going on just at the side of the road. Our journey to Belize City was ever more interesting with microbuses, tuk tuks and chicken buses. Cue street sellers, ...
... with the Dive Master a bit deeper than Ben to make it more fun for her, when we got to the boat and did some quick math (we're good like that) we worked out there weren't enough tanks to do that so called him up on it. Apparently he hadn't got that message and 'there was no way we could do that now' - a little dubious we decided to still go ahead with the dives he had planned. Ben absolutely loved it and his mind was boggling about being able to ...
We arrived in Belize City about 11:30 in the morning after traveling for hours. Shared a cab to the hotel with Amber from California. After checking in Tom immediately went to rest while I went to the casino. After a few hours losing money, not much, I went to check on him. We both went to play some slots but by 6 where both very tired. By 7 ...
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P.O. Box: 29, Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $50
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- What a fantastic welcome
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Front Street, Caye Caulker | 3 star hotelfrom $94