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Our first bicycle ride was to the northern most part of the southern island called, The Split. Caye Caulker used to be one island but due to Hurricane Hattie, it was split into two. There was not much on the northern part of CC, only a bunch of mosquitos and some residential housing (power lines were only just being constructed there). The southern part of CC was the developed part, the area where we would spend the next couple of days.
At The Lazy Lizard at ...
... on each side. I lost myself in a tourist merchandise shop. I haven't seen one on Caye Caulker and fancy a Belize t-shirt. Not enough time or money to spend here though.
The second dive was like the first, although there were less of us in the water. I saw a smaller turtle and a couple of 2m+ moray eels. Very cool. There were also loads and loads of nurse sharks. I counted 6 or 7. Brilliant. I got back to town by about 3pm. I did manage ...
... to Caye Caulker within a day, and we had taken out enough money to 'bribe' our way across the border if we were left with no choice. Other than the toilet blocking in the morning, things started quite well! We had walked to the town square where we had heard that we could catch a shared taxi south towards the border. We explained to the taxi driver that we wanted " Belice Frontera" and he said he would drop us off at the "ruta" nearby. We set off ...
... it was in the middle of nowhere the electricity gets turned off at night. There was also no light in the bathroom and the walls were painted black. So bearing in mind that: it was pretty dark in there and with dark walls there was no way to see if anything was in the shower with you; it was basically just a hut with gaps in between the walls, floor and ceiling; the water was freeeezing; the story of the tarantula AND the fact that you were probably being bitten by all the mozzies, it was ...
... somehow omitted to include the fact that I would be visiting Belize. Quickly rectified this and hopefully within a day or so, things will be back to mormal.
As Thursday wore on the sun gradually made an appearance and the clouds drifted away. In front of my temporary residence, there are a couple of little wooden jetties and for a while I went for a swim and sat on the jetty soaking up a few rays.
Won't you help to sing
These songs ...
Other places to stay in Caye Caulker
P.O. Box: 29, Caye Caulker | Hotelfrom $50
- Two days in paradice.
- What a fantastic welcome
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