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We had booked an excursion to snorkel at the reef and then swim with sharks in Shark Alley. When we arrived, the winds were very strong and after seeing the small skiff bobbing in the ocean, that they wanted us to go in for 1 hour each way, we cancelled. Back to the ship. We will do this again another time. ...
... invited us to stroke its belly which was unexpectedly rough and ********ce flipped back over the nurse shark casually drifted off under the boat. Pretty cool!
The wind had picked up a bit so we were able to sail all the way back to Caye Caulker, cruising along sipping rum punch and snacking on some freshly prepared ceviche. An amazing day of adventures on and under the water :-)
... the improved early warning system was saving lives, if not property. Hurricane Iris (2001) was a whooper, destroying nearly 4000 houses and causing nearly $10million worth of damage to agriculture. Soon after, Hurricane Richard reached far inland into Belize, extensively damaging Belmopan, Teakettle, Ontario, Roaring Creek and Unitedville.
On our way we passed the famous Belize Zoo. It was founded when a film, Raingods of Belize, was shot ...
... to pick us up some pineapple and some Belikins: the beer of Belize, we did a quick email checkin via the van's wifi and sat back while he filled us in on Belize history and attractions.
A quick hour and a half later we were in San Ignacio, Belize's jungle resort town. In general the town is small and a bit run down but cozy. The Midas 'Resort' was nice ...