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... From Belize City a 45 min ferry ride to Caye (= key) Cualkner, a small Island.
Imagine a Caribbean Island and you got it! No motorised vehicles except for a lorry for building supplies and a small tractor. The rest are golf carts and bicycles. CC is famous for it's lobster, perhaps tonight.
Booked a snorkeling trip, 9.30 to 2.30 gear included as well as lunch ,chicken, fish or vegetarian roll, pineapple, watermelon and cold water. Also ...
... in its face, I really felt sorry for it. I didn't make the same mistake when i saw a stingray but instead had a few moments to marvel at it in peace before everyone else found it. Next we found a green sea turtle, which must have been a meter long. He was subjected to the same attention as the shark. It must really suck to be shark or a turtle around here. I hung back until the turtle had a little peace and then did a few dives close to him, even getting close enough to ...
Up at 6:15 this morning and we packed and got ready for the day. We dropped our bags at Mayawalk tours then went for breakfast at Pops. We both had omelettes the same as yesterday except with ham. We were supposed to meet up at 7:30 and we put our stuff on the bus, although the bus didn't leave until just before 8. We met our guide John and we drove along the same road as yesterday past the Amish town. We continued along this road a lot further and then turned off on a very ...
... represent 21% of the population; 6% of the Belizean population is Garifuna.
The official language is English, but Spanish, Creole, three Maya languages, Garifuna, German and Mandarin are also widely spoken.
Belize comprises more than 200 islands (cayes) and there is also the longest barrier reef of the Western Hemisphere. Since Belize is quite an expensive country we decided to explore only one of its paradisal islands which is said to be a ...
... Caye. This is where Josh and Terry got off to stay for the next four days to fish. Anne, Lance, Jason, and I had about an hour or so to spend on the island before heading back to San Pedro. Caye Caulker is much smaller than where we are staying and there isn't nearly as much development or things to do here. Locals tell us it's what San Pedro was like 20 years ago. In 1961, Belize had one of its strongest hurricanes and it split ...
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