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The following two dives "Half moon wall" and "The Aquarium" stole the day. Loads of beautiful coral, a bit of pelagic action, Rays, turtle and a barracuda which accompanied me on the second dive the entire time. This was fortunate as Mark my German buddy was chocolate teacup as a buddy as he bounced and zigzagged his way through the dive oblivious to my location and that of the guide who acknowledged ...
... drink the local rum and listen to the deep base-lines.
Aside from all the soothing Caribbean vibe and eating freshly caught grilled lobster and red snapper every day - the Island is pretty expensive compared to our previous destination so we need to move on. Next we will get a boat to Belize City (don’t want to hang around there!) where we have a bus ...
... made all the difference. As we headed to lighthouse reef the weather was a little rough but the 46 foot boat handled it easily, also just getting in and out of the water on a well appointed boat makes so much difference. The crew were amazingly professional and very friendly, I dived most of the time with Ilya, Walter and Edgar, three local lads that were both laid back and professional. A hard balance to maintain but they did it with grace and ...
... Caribbean Sea. Once we landed we got a golf cart taxi to the rental office to meet the agent before she cycled back with us to show us the place. We rented a little wooden cabin on stilts towards the southern tip of the island. The owners have a big house on the lot too. The islands don’t have much sand; instead there are lots of jetties that jut into the ocean so you can also avoid the sea grasses in the shallow waters. Once we were settled in we had some cold beers ...
... dive shop for 5am. Well we were a bit early, misjudged the timing or we walked faster than we thought. No golf carts to dodge at 4:30 am. Either way we got called keeners. Ate breakfast and then started the 2 hr boat ride out to the site. Completely random fact: gas for the trip is roughly $1100. Ouch. Boats are expensive. I would have watched the sun come up (since I was already up) but the cloudy skies prevented such an endeavor. We ...