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... get pictures from my shallow dives. Word of advice to all, don't pee in your wetsuit. Apparently, sharks are curious about the smell of urine...surfers take note! I was followed or stalked by a Bull shark for about 10 minutes. A very scary and inspirational experience. Convinced me that humans are not the prey of these animals. They seem more curious than anything else.
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... we meet, otherwise we would have no idea where the place was. Fortunately she text us and we met up as we disembarked the water taxi. She had arranged for a golf buggy (the only form of motorised transport on the island) to take us and our bags to the property. Sullivan, the driver, gave us a brief tour of the island en route. It's not a big island though so it didn't take long, it's three roads (sand tracks) wide! He pointed out places to eat and shop ...
An early start today as we left the ecolodge to travel to Caye Caulker. Luckily it was one bus to Belize City where we would catch a water taxi to the laid back island. A long but chilled out ride via chicken bus that played reggae. On arrival to Caye Caulker, it was hot hot hot even though the island is fairly small, with only 3 main streets. We got to our hotel quickly then ...
... fisherman, hoping to buy some fresh fish. However, he did not have any as he was not out for a few days because of the wind, which is blowing quite strongly off the ocean. Maybe in a few days we will be able to buy some. We then headed to a restaurant called The Shak. It was right on the
beach, and there was a lovely breeze coming off the ocean. We ate in this idyllic
setting, while listening to Bob Marley and The ...
... the engine to get back, they put up the sails and we sailed back, casually. It was awesome. The sun was out, no clouds around, sunbathing on top of a boat, reggae music playing loud, rum punch in hand (just to make us happy :) ), watching the waves go by in Belize. It was literally paradise. And we only paid $70 so suck on that Kim Kardashian, we can play posh too. Veronica and I had some laughs and everyone whooped when shaggae came on (inside tour joke :) ). ...