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Ken has just been promoted to "Proof reading Scholar", having completed 500 pages! He is currently doing "The Squatter's Dream" by Rolf Boldrewood. He has progressed to 3048th in the Gutenberg ranking! The leader is "Shadowfox" on 222,222 pages (the symmetry of this number has apparently caused comment).
Back to Tuesday.
We arrived at the entrance through the reef at Banco Chinchorro, to find that the charts ...
... 8230; happy!” Haha. Thanks mum.
On my last night in Belize I sat in a swinging chair out the front of Yuma’s house. There was soft light coming from behind me and the sea in front was dark. I could hear the waves lapping at the shore and the breeze was rustling my hair. I sat and swung while I watched a heron fish for his dinner. It was one of those *sigh* moments. I mean, I even got goose pimples. And I wasn’t cold.
At that very moment I was the luckiest person ...
... br> After lunch at at a place near the water taxi landing we walked the island checking out the bars, restaurants and shops. Our evening was spent at a place called Enjoy that was half Chinese restaurant half beach bar. Two for one rum punch with travelers from all over the world made it a fun evening.
Tomorrow we go snorkeling on the world's second largest barrier reef. Stay tuned.
... love for kitty cats has grown during our time away, and we took it upon ourselves to nurse a local feline who had cat flu. In all likelihood this moggy resides in kitty heaven now, but hopefully our offerings of milk and chicken numbed the pain for a few days. Making our way to the Belize/Mexico boarder brought us to the sleepy fishing town of Sarteneja. If you've ever thought of going there, don't bother. There's nothing there of note. ...
... water and to a depth of about 18 meters. The current was pushing us back and forth and that was enough for me to heave up breakfast through my regulator. It’s a daunting thing being sick underwater. I looked up to see the surface so far away and knew my only chance was to let loose exactly where I was. Shortly after my episode a nurse shark swam up to me to have a taste. Would have preferred a school of fish to that ...