Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
hey peeps, here are the final deets....
we made our way back to caye caulker. had a raging, rockin' jam with the band at barrier reef sports bar & grill (lots of photos on their facebook page). four young dudes from texas showed up on the same day. they played killer, entertaining, white-boy funk/reggae covers. i got to play with the singer and drummer. the singer, BC, is a great frontman, which was an absolute treat. we played a jamming ...
... generation??!!) We finally settled on a guest house called Vista Del Sur and as the name suggests, it had a beautiful view of the beach!! The room was a simple double room with a bed and a pedestal fan. It was a bargain at $50 Belize dollars (about £3 to $1 for those travelling from old blighty!!) The whole place was getting a coat of paint and the shared bathroom was very clean.
The split should definitely not be missed. The bar is a lively ...
... Then we headed to the infamous shark ray alley. Approaching the area we were a little apprehensive about swimming with the sharks. When we finally dropped the anchor the sharks began circling around the boat - enormous nurse sharks! Reassured that the nurse sharks wouldn't harm us we jumped in. We were surrounded not just by sharks but sting ray below us and enormous jack fish. Our guide kindly attracted more by throwing bait in our direction. A seriously ...
... the meeting they gave us a lecture on drinking too much during the cruise, something about falling out of a palm tree although I wasn’t really listening. The sales rep then asked me if I was in the non-alcoholics or alcoholics group, a little condescending seeing as she was about 5 years younger than me.
We’re just in the process of packing for tomorrow as we’re staying in Placencia at the end of the cruise to do the whale shark ...
... that was just fine as the weather was great and we were focusing on scuba diving.
We did three days of diving and I did one night dive. The diving was great here and the clarity was amazing and the dive masters said it was not that clear for them! The coral is healthy and there were a lot of fish, nurse sharks and rays.
We took a trip out to the famous blue hole which is supposed to be one of the ...
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