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... of a variety of hostels and hotels, but I had already booked ahead and with fairly straightforward instructions to find the accommodation, I set off towards the north of the island before cutting across to the western shore. That may sound a bit rudimentary, but the island is only a couple of hundred metres wide and the town is probably only about six hundred metres long. So it is not exactly like negotiating the Tokyo underground.
Sure enough I found ...
... up being critical since I had to get in the tiniest human ball as possible to try and keep myself warm. That part was horrendous, I could hardly sleep I was so cold. I did manage to catch some sleep but not enough in my opinion. We stopped twice at the border of Mexico, where we had to go through customs and pay a $25 tourism fee, and then again to enter Belize and get our passports stamped and all that. All said, the bus ride took almost exactly 9 hours! ...
... the island. Although the island is only a couple of km's long, we didn't fancy hiking with our backpacks in the heat! Colinda is run by the aptly named Colin and Linda and is much like rest of the accommodation on the island which is colourful wooden beach bungalows. The bungalow is pretty basic but at the same time has everything you need (except AC) although I am not sure anywhere on the island does. Although Caye Caulker has quite a few Americans etc settled here, it is still ...
... and I travelled to Caye Caulker yesterday to take a break from working. Caye Caulker is a small laid back carribean island and you can walk from one end of the island to the other in 15 minutes! We went snorkelling yesterday which was awesome as we got to see a lot of marine life including Sting Rays and Nurse Sharks. I accidentally stepped on a sting ray which could of been interesting! Everyone seems to know everyone on the island and we seem to bump ...
... 130 per person, while the full-day diving trip to the Blue Hole (incl. 3 tanks) was BZD 400 per person. We made all possible calculations, however, the answer was always the same: “We canīt afford any of these activities.” It was a sad reality but we had done a lot of cool stuff in last 16 months, so maybe it was time to slow down a little bit.
In the afternoon a storm came up and it was raining pretty much all the rest of the day. At that point ...