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... about how good she is at snorkeling and swimming just minutes before. She stopped bragging after that!
At the next stop, we saw the most amazing, huge sea turtle. It was such a dream come true! His shell was so so beautiful and he got really close to me! There a short version of the video on my is tag ram if anyone wants to see it (older generation; Google "livy_lane_ instagram", or find a young'un to help you). The next stop was an old shipwreck from a ...
... before the princess and her courtesan left in a huff and the stall holder began chuckling away to himself. We really loved this dry Belizean demeanour. We got our lobster and devoured it back at our hotel before returning to the contest in time for the crowning. The former Miss Lobsterfest awkwardly strutted around the stage as her pre-recorded voice-over proclaimed all the wonderful things the crown had afforded her to musical accompaniment. An array of awards ...
... hotel was on the north of the island. Off we headed. Taking in our new surrounding, our senses overwhelmed, we started appreciating the colourful buildings, the smells of the BBQ's cooking marinated chicken, fish and shrimps, our bodies glazed in sweat from the humidity and the difference in pronunciation of the local tongue. We knew we were going to love this place.
We were up early and on the move to Caye Caulker in Belize. Were moving from one country to another so often were starting to know what it feels to live like Danny and Malindi who jet set around the world selling jeans and drinking cocktails. We may not be selling jeans but we've had a few cocktails on our travels largely because they're Sheeno's favourite. He's a real 'wings and drinks' sort of guy. Caye Caulker is just like a Carribean ...
... for the boat, was not actually a guarantee of a seat on it. I had wondered about that as there are a lot of travel outlets selling tickets for the boat, but it was all paper based, nothing on computer.
First come, first served it seems.
We were then directed around the corner to the first building on the pier which was the immigration office where there was only room for two people at a time in the premises and only one member of staff checking ...