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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... are sometimes called sea cows and can grow up to 4 metres long weighing as much as 590kg, and unfortunately these slow gentle giants are an endangered species.
We then had time for some free snorkelling to explore the reef as we wished. I headed over to the coral and spotted loads of colourful fish and some beautiful coral - really bright purple and fanned out like a tree. I also saw a small shark before snorkelling back over to the edge of the reef where I ...
... he frantically tried to dig it back up, to no avail. The day was spent indoors, with the Travel Channel, the Discovery channel, and making up trivia questions that would satisfy a semi-international, drunken crowd. At around 6:30, we made our way to the Barrier Reef bar, where it was "jam-band Friday" which consisted of anyone who thought they could sing or play an instrument. At 8, I was on. It was a good time--some people loved my questions. Others cursed me--all in good ...
... called tre-jur-chest and clothing stall Boyz-2-Men gave me the feeling I was going to quickly warm to Belize! Another great thing- English is the first language and all the money has the queens head on it- this was all news to me.
The sight I had stopped off to see is better own as the Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) caves and from what I can gather it is a place which many travellers miss off their list. I am so glad I followed through on the recommendation. The ...
... the Northern Cayes, but our taxi driver had a schedule and told us the one with the most comfortable boat, the one slightly further away of the 2 near the swing bridge.
After 45 minutes on the water we arrived at Caye Caulker and walked to our accommodation, De Real Macaw guesthouse and headed out to enquire about diving. Unfortunately no one had availability to start the advanced open water course that Lauren wanted to do so we booked the ...
Arrival in Belize was not the light, breezy and carefree
affair we had all unfortunately imagined it would be. After Merida we (then
only the female dominated foursome) headed to Cancun airport in the joyful
anticipation that preceded the arrival of Theo. We did however make our
mistakes. Mr Hewes had kindly provided us with his flight information; his time
of arrival (off by half an hour), and his flight number (minus one all