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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... and have to hand in when leaving.
Before we had the chance to board, we were hit by a sudden storm that went from a nice little sprinkling of warm, soft rain in the air to the tropical equivalent of the ice bucket challenge. Everyone crowded into the harbour master's office until it passed over in a few minutes.
Ironically I had been explaining to Jess that out of habit I tend to pull out my backpack's water proof cover and pull it over the entire bag every ...
... I got jerk chicken, and the people were really nice. With nothing else to do, I roamed the main strip and ended up running into Maxx. He told me about their night of almost killing each other again. Apparently they had continued drinking the night before, didn't get home till almost 5, got food poisoning, and basically were just totally pooped. So today they were just trying to recover and were definitely not going out ...
... on the island was there, either on the dock, in the water, on a boat, or on the dance floor. It wasn't Copacabana big, like we experienced in Rio, but it's the Belizean equivalent. Even CNN says so: http://edition.cnn.com/2009/TRAVEL/12/2 9/new.years.around.world/
Of course we were back in our room by 12:30, but the rest of our group partied until the wee hours. We've got just two days left on this adventure. More to ...
This morning we discovered the meaning of what a "fried jack" is - pretty much a deep fried Breakfast Burrito with the lot for rock bottom prices - then had a super chilled ice coffee with so,e coconut flavour mixed in - by the ocean, of course.
We ended up with a sailing/snorkelling group called black hawk snailing. Super chilled trip ...
... The island is actually so small that you just need one hour (1,5 hours at most) to get to know all its hidden corners. The island is about 6,5km long, but the town is only about 1,5km long. What concerns its width we could actually see where the island begins and where it ends most of the time.
Our guest house was located just a few meters from the Split, which serves as a central meeting point for locals and visitors to socialize, could be found as well. Itīs ...
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