Isla Marisol Resort
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This morning I met Derrick, Haley, Lauren, and Savannah at the coffee shop where they had the literature cart set up. Then we met with the group and 6 of us went up to Santa Cruz which is a small Spanish speaking village about 40 minutes away. We handed out invitations to the Spanish convention which is this weekend. I'm starting to get a little more confident in my Spanish ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: normal;">So there were a couple of snorkel stops before we hit Tobacco Caye where George the Lizard attempted to direct our boat into the pier. George is a local on Tobacco Caye and doesn't do much apart from drink rum. We tried to have a chat with him later but he made no sense and sticks his tongue out non-stop hence the nickname George the Lizard.
So we booked a trip to Glover's Atoll. For the unfamiliar, atolls are not islands per se, rather they are sand spits that are located on the "other" side of the reef. There are only four atolls in the Caribbean, three are in Belizean waters, one was Jacques Cousteau's favourite. Glover's Reef was one of his favourite dive sites, and it did not disappoint.
The day started at 5:00 with coffee, packing at 5:30 and heading to the dive shop for 6:30. ...
... a later reservation with a local airline and in the end only waited about fifteen minutes. Then they rearranged my airport pickup to come ahead of schedule. I am now enjoying a drink and am having lunch while looking at coconut trees and the beach. Total wait for the rescheduled taxi service... probably ten minutes. I would say I had huge success with three flights and a total layover time of less than... well my wait for customs to open ...
... as he prepared his spear and then lunged at it. The lobster however had backed away deeper under the rock, out of range. I was kind of pleased.
Later on while we were enjoying our dinner on the deck, the couple paddled past in their kayak and offered us some lobster. He had managed to catch 3 today! We were unsure as we didn't really know what to do with it but they explained and insisted. I checked if they were already dead and he confirmed that they had all ...