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Malenasharkey stayed here on May 17, 2014 during their trip titled: Belize with Chesapeak Bay Diving Center.
... living in the 'corals'. All soft corals - no hard corals, and not a huge amount of it. Towards the end, all the sharks again. Perhaps around 10 of them. Getting on to the boat was interesting. / rather dangerous. The boat was obviously being shaken around a lot by the waves. We were attempting to climb a small ladder while being smashed around. Thank goodness there were several boat men who basically grabbed hold of you and dragged you up. We had a surface ...
... search for fresh vegetables.
The other memorable meal had rather more to do with its location than anything else, although the food was tasty enough. We'd taken a kayak out, initially with the intention to round the northerly part of the island. Clearly, however, the Go Slow motto had contaminated our sensibilities and we decided to tie up just off shore with a pizza and cold beer. Simple but excellent.
... 1 mile (east to west). The town on the island is known by the name Caye Caulker Village. Some have said the island's name is derived from the practice of caulking or sealing the seams in wooden boats to make them watertight, due to the high number of shipwrights on the island. "Caye Corker", the alternative spelling of the name used by ...
... they are used to the visitors. As we docked the sharks were circling our boat so we got in and watched the frenzy as our crew tipped the lunch scraps over the side of the boat. Big fish were wrestling with nurse sharks trying to get in on the action and everything was piled on top of each other. Pretty chaotic.
We were joined by a load of sting rays too which seemed very pleased to see us. They swim right up and the guide was picking them up and putting them ...
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All my divers were very happy with my choice of hotel.
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