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Spent the chilling mostly on my own today. Went for a long walk on the eastern side of the island, pretty much reaching the southern tip before making a return journey home. Great scenery with nearly no one around and saw 2 large iguanas as well. Stopped for lunch at Syd's for a fried chicken lunch. It was so ...
... lunch on the boat while the sun peeked through the clouds. The weather was not ideal, but that didn't really matter. After lunch we moved to the Hol Chan channel which was a sea route for the ancient Mayans. It's a break in the reef where we saw sea turtles, green moray eels, sharks, rays, and hundreds of varieties of fish. Made us want to get a saltwater aquarium.
The return trip was under sail while we enjoyed ...
The following day was an early wake up call and off to Belize Diving Services, 5am to be exact. We headed off on the 2 hour trip to the famous blue hole. The dive down the blue hole was not particularly spectacular but was interesting to see some stalactites underwater at 26m. The following dive at half moon Caye was a good dive with amazing alive corals and to top ...
... was pretty bloody cold and everyone came up shivering! The stalactites were pretty awesome! Visibility was not that fantastic on this dive, but still a very impressive spot! On the way up I felt a little sick and had a couple of little spews through my regulator before I felt better! After we finished the dive we had some snacks of watermelon and biscuits and dropped the snorkelers off at Half Moon Caye. We then headed to Dive site 2, Half Moon Caye Wall. ...
... part I'd say. They kept starting and stopping it but we were getting no where so they managed to get it going enough so we could turn around and go back to shore. Having sat in a smokey fuelled room for 25 mins they somehow had given us a new engine and we were on the way. It took about 40 mins to get to the island Caye Caulker with a few dippy moments from big waves but we got there in the end. You can defiantly tell this is the Caribbean Coast of Central America as the sea ...