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All my divers were very happy with my choice of hotel.
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Malenasharkey stayed here on May 17, 2014 during their trip titled: Belize with Chesapeak Bay Diving Center.
... could not be better. Peaking sun and no clouds. We head out for a quick guided tour of the reef pointing out various coral and fish species. We then head to stingray and shark areas where we can stand/swim amongst sharks and stingrays. It was amazing. Got some mint videos on our Go Almostpro of the sharks and stingrays swimming between us on the sea floor. Such an epic experience. We head back to shore to locate some protected fish species and sea horses in the area. It was sweet ...
... music. Alex set the ball rolling with Shania Twain, man I feel like a women, so obvs I had to join in that one :) We did a group number of shaggy, it wasn't me (again, tour joke :) ) which was awesome and Alex filmed it so we could send it to max. We boogied through the night to some classic songs and got back around 1:30. A much needed fun night out. Got a huge day of travel tomorrow as we head into our last country of the trip. Mexico. The journey awaits ...
... from the ride are Carol's. My camera was fogging and I couldn't keep water drops off the lens). Then, after a couple of well-earned Belikins, we headed home and ate supper (Italian sausage with diced tomatoes on a bun) at home & rested up for this morning's snorkeling trip. (It's a beautiful sunny day today--and hot!) Heading out ...
... lobster I've ever seen and of course millions of tropical fish, AMAZING!! It has totally reignited my love of diving and I can't wait to do more once I get to Honduras. Having found yet another amazing place, it is far too easy to just spend my days wandering around, lying in hammocks and chatting to the locals but it's time to move on again. Tomorrow I head to Guatemala and try and pick up the tiny bit of spanish I know and see what I have been told is a beautiful ...