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... It looks like one of the worst places I have ever been. And I've seen slums in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and South Africa. It was foul. The streets were dirty, everyone trying to scam you, water/sewerage everywhere and just dirty. Will never stay there and don't advise anyone too either. We get the San Pedro express water taxi to Caye Caulker for a round trip of $25. It's a quick 40 mins speedboat to Caye Caulker and the sun has decided to brighten up the day. It's an ...
... now?' Floating in the Caribbean Sea off an island of Belize. Amazing. Once out of the water you dried within minutes and we then ordered some food. The best chicken, rice and beans I've ever had and by now you must realise the amount of rice and beans I've had on this trip. Drinks were also being ordered and I treated myself to a strawberry daiquiri which suited the situation perfectly. We stayed at the beach for a few hours with the occasional dip ...
... The rain did stop late in the morning so we wandered out for lunch, dodging the minor lakes that had formed on the roads. We had lunch at Sobre las Olas, where we remembered having a wonderful lobster club sandwich when we were here in 2010. We had actually been trying to go here for several days. One day they had a big tour group ...
... the next morning. From Belize City I headed to Caye Caulker, a tiny island near to the legendary Blue hole, a must on any scuba divers bucket list. I found yet another amazing hostel right on the water with the mandatory hammocks swinging from palm trees and settled in for some serious relaxing! If life on mainland Belize is slow, then the Cayes can only be described as standstill, with some of the friendliest people I have met so far. It is impossible to walk ...
... Reef and the Aquarium. We saw amazing corals and sea fans as well as a speckled moray, some rays, lobster, puffer fish, groupers and a school of trevally.
Between the dives we stopped for lunch on Lighthouse Caye, home to a colony of Red Footed Boobies (lots of jokes were made!) and Frigate birds and the island was beautiful with crystal clear seas and white beaches. One the way back they served more rum punch which was great, although we moderated our consumption as ...