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... by a significantly smaller (national population 300,000) smattering of tall Afro-Caribbeans, the often ramshakle houses of rural Guatematecas gave way to neatly kept and more American looking brick structures of the sparse Belizean population and the standard of motor vehicles improved greatly. This can be explained by the fact that until 1981 Belize was still part of the British empire, meaning the language (English) and culture resembles Caribbean islands like Jamaica ...
Corny yes but the island was full of these sorts of lines on souvenirs. It's a dads paradise for that sort of cheese.
Speaking of cheese we sampled the local specialty, fry jacks, with cheese and ham.
The main event of the island apart from enjoying lazing around and reading my book was the snorkelling trip.
A full day tour with 7 stops saw us snorkelling with a ...
... a merchandise shop but it was pretty well hidden. I picked up a long sleeve t-shirt. As is the problem with almost all t-shirts that they have massive bat-wing sleeves which make my arms look really weedy. Usually my arms are far from weedy, and I guess I'm usually above average in that department so I don't know who they are basing the design for these things off. The incredible hulk maybe. With an uber early start tomorrow the evening was a quiet one. ...
... very much a hangover day just lazing around and eating.
Our final day on the island myself and Han were up early to go dive the famous Blue Hole. An old cave which had collapsed a long time ago creating a hole in the ocean. A 5.30 start with Black Durgan dive shop we were on the boat for sunrise and the 2.5 hour journey to the Blue Hole. We were excited about the dive but unfortunately I had problems equalising for a few minutes which ...
... in Caye Caulker I was pretty wrecked. The past 10 days had been a crazy, amazing, whirlwind but it had definitely taken its toll. Belize is more Caribbean than Central American and has a very relaxed vibe - their motto is Go Slow! I spent my time on the island either wandering around taking pictures, catching up on skype or lazing around in a hammock. It. Was. Bliss. Yuma’s House, where I was staying, was great. The yard out the front had a sandy floor, was painted in bright ...
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- Two days in paradice.
- What a fantastic welcome
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