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Travel Blogs from Glovers Reef Atoll
... a beautiful island with colourful houses and relaxed atmosphere.
This party just went commando!!! panty ripper heiiinnn! Had a full lobster to myself omg was sooo good!
Now the motto for Caye Caulker is Go Slowwwww
Went for a night stroll to the split (pier between 2 Islands) and then for some mango daiquiri at the reggae bar and some pole and swing dancing!
Now that's got to get you tired!
V and mini V (Go ...
This morning we were setting off for our week long stay at Glovers Reef, a small and remote, fairly primitive island about 3 hours off the coast of Belize. It is situated on the edge of a large (80 square miles) atoll which is a world heritage site marine reserve, within which there are around 700 patch reefs. So basically a huge rectangle of coral reefs providing a large sheltered lagoon full of more coral and tons of marine life.
So we packed up and waited on ...
... ready to eat. we filleted the fish, bashed the conch and took the shells off the lobster. Dad did a bit of fly fishing but didn't catch anything!!! An hour later the meal was ready we ate ceviche, nachos and steamed fish and lobster. Pops was telling jokes and Ivan did a very good Donald Duck impression. After dinner we left the island and headed back to caye caulker the stars were out and it was very pretty. We arrived at the hotel at 8pm very tired after a great day out!!! ...
... Around 100 AD the great Preclassic cities collapse; both Kaminaliuyu and El Mirador were abandoned. There is no obvious reason as to the cause.
5. Early Classic- The period we think of as Maya really begins at this time- some 40 Maya cities, including Tikal, Xunantunich, Calakmul, Naranjo, Caracol, have their roots here. At its peak, Maya civilisation may have reached 2 million. We now see typical Maya buildings: pyramid-temples, plaza, palaces, ...
... world. It's so ridiculous, and we can't seem to understand it. Anyway, on the dive we saw lots of Spotted Eagle Rays and a giant turtle. We also visited a tiny private island which was really nice.
Other than that our time in Hopkins was spent relaxing after a stressful time in Caye Caulker and reflecting on how cool Central America has been.
Next up is Son teasing a man with a limp, we go clubbing and smash lank dops and I find an old friend in a hopeless place.