Hokol Kin Guesthouse
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... the event 'on film' as it were. I was just trying to fill the frame when the 'battery empty' sign came on - I knew I was in for a nasty hour/day or so. Still smarting, an hour later, we tried again - with adequate results. Then we went over to the diving buoy on the western 'wall' a 6000ft cliff. Very specco!
There was no wind - excellent snorkeling without the complication of sails - so we stopped at four diving buoys on Long ...
... to the bottom of the ocean floor. Coral gardens was the first stop, however we had one unlucky victim who didn't have sea legs and was chumming the water as we slowed down. Captain Robs comment was classic "Don't worry love, even the fish gotta eat!" She didn't make it, a boat had to come and fetch her and her husband. However, we got in the water for about 45minutes with our team guide Rasta man. He was knowledgable about all the varieties of Coral and pointed out ...
... was just too bizarre not to! It turns out they are actually from Buenos Aires, not Spain. And now we’re Facebook friends so that means it’s official, right?
The next morning Fuego treated us to a little show over breakfast. He huffed and he puffed but thankfully he didn’t blow any houses down. I couldn’t see any fire because it was daylight but it was there. So I climbed up onto the roof above the terrance to get a better look – and there was a ...
... Americans were actually really cool too, which isn't always the case. I got to dance at the next club we went to which was much sketchier, but still fun. We all made it back to the hostel in one piece, although I was never worried since all my boyfriends, which they call themselves, we're there to protect me. Two Mexican gangsters, not really gangsters in the least, three Israeli army guys, and two American beefed up guys. No harm was ever going to come to me. ...
... for many backpackers – Caye Caulker.
From the bus terminal in Belize City we walked to the jetty even though we had read that this neighborhood was quite dangerous. We wouldnīt definitely do the same thing after dusk. At first we considered Belize City to be a very interesting place to visit because it wasnīt lacking this typical chaos and local vibe. Later Gonzalo walked around a little bit and admitted that he felt strange. He couldnīt describe it well ...