Dianes Beach House
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... to jump off and a raised standing area in the water for people to drink. There's a bar playing music and selling my new favourite drink, Rum Punch. It's been a nice place to hang out, cool down in the ocean and watch the world go by.
I also insisted we visit and volunteer at the Caye Caulker animal shelter. Ben was nonplussed but I really wanted to do something altruistic. So we went today and it was fun to pat all of the animals....
... But, I got fleas. ...
... to sample the food at a local restaurant called Roy's by an enthusiastic street promoter. We turned up early to find that the restaurant was packed, but managed to grab an empty table. We had heard that apart from lobster, lionfish was the best choice in town, as this invasive Asian species was enthusiastically hunted to maintain the reef life, making it an affordable treat. We opted for a portion of this delicacy and a portion of jerk chicken to share. The fish was ...
... bed between 9 and 11. During the day and between these fixed points - breakfast, emails and web research, lunch, swimming, reading, scrabble, happy hour, dinner, bed - you walk around organising coconut bread and cinnamon bun from the bread guy that passes by on his bike from time to time, getting veggies from the little booth where the owner's boy gives you tips for receipes. In the supermarkets that are mainly owned by Chinese people you find all you get on ...
After a lazy morning Robin and I headed north, to swim the Split and explore the uninhibatied island. Despite only being 30m or so the swim was made harder by a pretty strong side current, that seemed to be going in the opposite direction of the waves. On this island there were plenty of big lizards including iguanas. The swim meant no cameras though. The island isn't actually uninhabited. There are some buildings ...
... get tired. If you have ever seen a cow being airlifted in one of those harnesses that's exactly what he looked like. You'd have been in tears if you'd seen this. Me and Sheeno were in stitches. We saw so many fish at Hol Chan. These aren't the type of fish you can buy it Petworld in Carrickmines these ones have incredible colours and designs on them. The Barracudas were enormous as well and would have no hesitation in swimming right up to you and then move away at ...
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