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... even the odd German Mennonite*. Mexican dishes such as burritos are sold alongside fry jacks and stew beans and you can hear people conversing in a number of languages including English, Creole and Spanish. Once across the border we headed to Dangriga the jumping off point for Tobacco caye a tiny island about 40 minutes by boat. The island is made entirely of sand and from the centre you are never more than 100 metres from the shore in any direction. The island took no more than ...
... suspecting me of a visa run. A visa run is when you leave a country for just a few days and then return to the country of origin to get a new visa. In my case the problem was, that my visa to Mexico would expire in less than a month and it did indeed seem like a visa run. After I knew what the problem was, I showed him my student ID of Mexico, and my flight to Colombia. As a matter of fact, that trip to Colombia was supposed to be my visa run, but I ended up making a trip within a trip ...
... made it to the water taxi and had to wait an hour and half till the first one left. Had some tacos for breakfast and then we where on our way :) the ferry ride took an hour and once we pulled up to the ferry dock it was a beautiful little island! We found another local who showed us to our hostel "DIRTY MCNASTY HOSTEL!" Checked into a aircon room that had 16 beds not all where taken at this stage but we dropped our bags off and then headed to the beach, which is not a beach it's just ...
... Miss Elma was the retired headmaster of the local school whose family had been on the island since it had been settled so was as local as they come.
We were accompanied by Sarah and Julian, an Australian couple that had been on the same bus as us in Mexico and they decided to stay too. The four of us went off to join the other people who had been on our boat as we had arranged to have dinner together. Dinner turned into drinks and it was 4am before we got home so the next ...
... up the reef and spent the rest of the day relaxing along the beach.
The next day we grabbed a quick breakfast and went down to the yacht which was taking us out for the day to meet the rest of the group who would be joining us. The day included three snorkel stops, and all our drinks, lunch and snacks. The three locals guys looking after us were brilliant hosts and their Caribbean humor had us in good moods all ...