Costa Maya Beach Cabanas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sting rays, some of which were really big. Of course, some cool coral and many fish again. It was still fun, but I would have liked to swim with the sharks!
Once we were back on the boat again, Milo had lunch prepared and waiting for us. Lunch was delicious with fresh and fluffy tortillas, rice, chicken, fish, and coleslaw, Jason and I feasted for sure. Shortly after finishing lunch, we arrived at Caye Caulker, a smaller island south ...
... Saracuda, a semi local who was the life the party. Thanks for spending time with me guys it really made the diving fun.
The diving in and around Caye Caulker offered the best of everything in the Caribbean, the visibility was very good, the aquatic life was varied, we saw will Turtles, Sharks, Rays, saw morays and plenty of other fish life. On the night dive we got to see a whole new world, squid and octopus as well as plenty of ...
After a long journey from Flores in Guatamala we made it to Caye Caulker, a wonderful island in Belize. Our first day here didn't go so well due to our poor selection of accommodation, which included a bed with a gold satin bed sheet! We quickly changed to a nicer beach side place and had our own private dock where we spent a couple of days chilling in the sun.
Being the only English speaking ...
... and did some yoga listening to the rain coming down and coffee brewing on the counter. Was actually quite a nice hour.
I said to Ryan that I think this rain is kind of a blessing in disguise for us, it is forcing us to just hangout and not do much. A little forced relaxation can be quite good for us. Normally we would arrive somewhere and think 'ok what can we do here..' But all we have done today is bought some fresh pineapple, ...
... posses the most powerful jaws of all the big cats and unlike other wildcats, they prefer to kill prey with a single bite to the skull. This is why a Jaguar attack on humans is very rare- in ideal conditions they won't attack prey unless they've determined they can kill it in one strike. Hunting and deforestation has reduced their numbers and forced them out of their habitats into ...