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... speak Spanish and the local language is Kriol (or Belizean Creole) which is derived from English but is fused with West African and Bantu languages brought over by slaves. So you get a number of English words mixted in with ones you don't understand, all with that infectious Caribbean accent. It's rather marvellous!
We travelled 20 minutes once we were through the border to the town of San Ignacio. There wasn't too much there, it was ...
... at this bar also.
Highlight of Caye Caulker was a snorkelling trip we did- we saw sharks, sting rays, eagle rays, moray eels, lots of turtles and fish. Unlike when diving these guys didn't bolt when we jumped in the water, they were pretty happy to hang out, which made Cate feel a little uncomfortable at times when the rays swam under her in just a few feet of water.
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... in bed by 9pm!
The next morning we were up early and had a quick breakfast before getting picked up around 7:30 for the Actun Tunichil Muknal tour (ATM). We had to drive back out on the bumpy road to wait for the rest of the group in San Ignacio at the Cahal Pech ruins. Only a few guides are qualified to take people on the ATM tour and group numbers are limited. There were only 4 other people on our tour which was good. Once they arrived we stopped for some supplies at ...
The history of Belize is really interesting it’s only a small country with Belize City having around 80,000 people. It’s population is a mixture of black slaves who have mixed with the Spanish & Mayan’s to form Creole. Add to this large numbers of English pirates (I’m not kidding) and you have a really relaxed rasta culture where everyone goes slow, chills out & worships Bob Marly. Basically in the 1700s ...
... and before we knew it, it was already dinner time. We followed our noses to the outdoor honey-BBQ chicken grill, promising a $10 special (which ended up being a lunch special--at dinner, they add a watered down "pineapple drink" and sliver of boxed cake and charge twice as much). Because they were out of seats, we ate on the back of a golf cart. We listened to a bunch of drunk English people sing terrible American pop songs, which eventually drove us off (clever ...
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