Conch Shell Inn
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... or wait for the whether. We've been shopping, eaten out, hired a golf buggy to explore the island (no flamingos, alas), and this afternoon I'm heading out to the reef. The luxury of wifi makes waiting much easier.
I'll let you know what happens later.
PS My cowardice was reconfirmed this afternoon - I failed to brave the six foot surf on the outer reef - and blamed the perilous waves for my poor photography. Sorry Jean!
... in'. Stamping on my fear I was the first one in the water, but keeping a little distance on the opposite side of the boat to the sharks. The sharks were dispersing from the feeding spot and at one stage there was one right under me, not a meter below. The first time one turned and headed straight for me was quite a scary feeling, but he turned off not 50 cm from me. The guide handed me his underwater camera and said I'm going to take a shark, you take a pic' Sure enough he ...
... is known by everyone else in the community by some first name basis.)
A nice end to time on a nice island.
Looking forward to some more fast paced adventures in Flores - A little lake island in northern Guatemala, from which we'll visit the ancient ruins of Tikal. It'll take all of today for us to get there - boat off the island then a bus.
... this taxi to take us to Matt's house and we are grateful that she knows where Matt lives and could instruct the driver because although we had an idea of how to get there, we weren't fully sure. Plus, we don't think the side streets have names, which can make directions a bit more challenging.
As soon as we walked into the party, Diana served us some conch soup, which I thought was very tasty. We helped ourselves to a tortilla and ...
... for the next 3 days - Seaside Cabanas. Our room is nice and big, two beds, tv, fridge, clean bathroom and wifi. Its a nice place to chill out. There is a pool here too but doesn't look too deep, we'll test it out later.
We drop our stuff and take a walk for lunch. We end up at La Cubana after being persuaded by the big guy at front. My lunch of roast pork sandwich should have made it on to Man vs Food. For a regular sandwich it was triple layer of bread, two layers ...