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... luxury and five in chicken bus hell. But, we got the last boat to Caye Caulker and found some (very basic) accomadation. Caye Caulker's motto is 'go slow', so that's what we did.
What we did
Not a lot! We ate some delicious Caribbean food (my new fave breakfast food is fry jacks), went snorkelling with nurse sharks, stingrays, sea turtles and lots of fish at the world's second ...
... chicken fingers in the world left a lasting impression. How could I bring an entire first aid kit and forget the tums? Those are usually the first in the bag. Fortunately, he recovered and was able to get some sleep. We had a nice breakfast on the house consisting of a wonderful omelet and toast. Then, off to our tour of the local reef consisting of old style fishing, with no pole, spearfishing, and swimming with the sharks and rays.
The boat captain, if you really want to ...
... beer shop, from the beer shop home, from home to …. well you get the point huh? We just took it all in our strides and there were no casualties!
- Lying in lilos in the pool: the ladies (Amanda and Kristy) felt it pertinent to buy some lilos and just float - be in our pool or at the Split. Either way it was floating time and with beer or rum punch in hand!
- Green smoothies, breakfast burritos, egg scramble: our little apartment offered us many opportunities ...
... a rum and coke or Belikin beer.
Hinesh has an early start tomorrow as his dive leaves at 5.30am, I'll get a little sleep in as my snorkelling trip will leave later at 10.15am. Hopefully we both get to see some cool little (or not so little) fishies tomorrow.
Day 4: its another choose your own adventure day. I chose to snorkel with the Raggamuffin tour group and Hinesh dove the the Blue Hole (lets see if I can rope him into writing again…)
... and work) or a 30 minute flight to Caye Caulker we chose the latter! It was a really cute little airport and they issued us with reusable boarding passes! It was only a twelve seater plane and a bit bumpy. It’s a bit disconcerting see the plane’s instrument panel; I was mentally willing the plane to fly straight each time the plane veered off course! We made a quick stop at Belmopan before heading to Caye Caulker. We had some lovely views from the plane of the ...