The Maine Stay Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the ocean. A truly spectacular Belizean meal. After
lunch we headed back to shore; the ride in was a bit choppy (according to
Deborah, the rest of us enjoyed it). The wind had picked up quite a bit in the
afternoon and made the ride back, certainly, not boring. A day that we had
thought might turn out to be a bust, ended up being one of the best days we've
had in Placenica. Thanks to Chino, and the fresh fish and ...
... we entered the water and I quickly learned I should be more worried about myself than Alex. He was obviously comfortable and we began the dive. We quickly descended into the sea with the plan to go no deeper than 60' depending on Alex's comfort level. It soon became apparent he was comfortable and we bottomed out on the lower section of reef at 90'. Shame shame, well past the open water cert limit. As we dove, we were blessed by sightings of the numerous creatures of ...
... Today was a lazy day. We woke and had a kayak tour on the Sittee river where we saw many iguana sunning themselves on the tops of the trees, followed by a nice chat with our host property managers, a long nap and a late supper. Tomorrow we are hoping to go cave tubing and Tuesday is our snorkel/dive day. We are planning on going to the Curve Bar at the marina for New Years. Then the dreaded reality of packing up and moving on. I am dreading that day.
... we would arrive. Raoul started cleaning the conch, it was quite interesting to watch. And slightly disgusting. I am not sure how I would describe a conch, maybe like a huge snail, but it has like a hard foot which it uses to move along the ocean floor. But it's eyes are like snails, anyway he cracks the shell and scoops the conch out the. Cuts it's eyes off and foot and skins it. Yuck! So he continues doing this like 20 times. We arrive at Tobacco Caye, if is ...
... to get home, meaning a couple of connections in Dallas (a hotel overnight - first bath for my whole trip) and Los Angeles, and it's over...sigh...
But a nice dinner or two in Placencia, complete with enormous overnight thunder and tropical rain and afternoon warm sea breezes through the bar, is as good a finish as any. (I must brush up on my Creole.)