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... in, so back on the bus with us. Having found a chilled hostel with great people to hang out with, it was difficult to leave and when I realised I could still be in that hammock in a month I decided it was time to hit the road and head to Belize. I didn't realise quite how luxurious the local buses were in Mexico until I jumped on a Belizean bus at the Mexican border. They bring the 'retired' American school buses down and paint them crazy colours, and they ...
... to enjoy the beach side views.
More rain after brekkie. Hinesh manages to find the link to the Arsenal game so we settle in to watch the FA cup final. Hinesh is tense the whole game and clearly upset at the first 10 mins where Hull took the lead 2 - 0. The game goes into overtime and I quickly run out to get us some Caribs (Caribbean beer) since the ones we got yesterday are frozen (we put them in the freezer to cool them down quickly). Hinesh finally relaxes as ...
... San Pedro is by golf cart- many with huge off-road tires to navigate the muddy roads after it rains. Streets are narrow and would barely fit two cars passing each other. It makes it easy to walk up and down the streets and makes everyone driving around in their golf carts look like they are on permanent vacation.
Jeremy and I split with the group to go confirm our fishing trip plans for the next day ...
... you’re in the West Indies. Everyone finishes each sentence with Yer man, respect or similar. It’s incredibly hard to put it words but it’s a great place, everyone likes to chat and say hi & nothing is too much trouble.
It took about 4hrs from the border to the main town Belize City, the countryside was so different to Mexico more palm trees, more tropical a bit like Northern Queensland. We headed straight out to Caye ...
... from Portland, Oregon, two girls from Australia, and a couple from Canada/Guatemala. The trip was a slow sailboat ride from Caye Caulker to Coral Gardens, then Shark/Ray Alley, and finally to the Hol Chan (mayan word for small channel) Marine Reserve. Ably captained by Rob, and assisted by Sherwin we were excited to head out to sea and see one of the places on our "must do" list and that was, Shark and Stingray Alley. It did ...