Kanantik Reef & Jungle Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... concerned about my boy wearing a 25 pound lightening rod on his back, I asked the locals what they thought. The consensus was the storm is there and you are going over there, (out to sea). Everyone said it would blow by. Deciding on positive thinking we headed off on our underwater journey. I can't begin to describe what it was like to be with my buddy, going out to one of the largest barrier reefs in the world over 20 miles off shore to dive . It was one of those proud ...
... ourselves on the express chicken bus for our 3 hour journey to Independence. Another water taxi ride and we arrived in Placencia. Interestingly, we were the only tourists on this leg of the trip. I learned later that this is the slow season. It seems hotter here than in Caye Caulker and we had to pack it quite a ways before we found a room. Once settled, we were able to go out and get a beer and quesadilla. A little exploring and we called it an early ...
... up at the end of the road place that I suppose it's a guest house with a few beachside cabana type things and several other rooms in a main house, for which I am at. I'm still not sure if the lady running the place is bat **** crazy, drunk, or just cool crazy, but she instantly started calling me "Dan the man" and cooks meals which was pretty decent. At the end of it all, looks to be a good place in what I anticipate to be yet another cool ...
... is the first step to recovery. We're not quitters though :-S
R inquired about how one reaches the properties on the south side of the Sittee River, so a few instructions later, we were bombing down the best gravel road we'd been on since arriving, which led us to some new marina/development as well as a brutal dirt road that was muddy enough to engage the 4x4. We found the lots on the other side of the the river, but C decided ...
... cash and at a pharmacy for some itch relief. We bought some hydrocortazone for $7.50 BZD, not telling the guy I'd have gladly paid whatever he asked. We applied some of it, and headed down the highway to the Blue Hole. We were flagged down by a driver of a truck who needed the wrench for his jack. Fortunatley for him, he was in a Dodge truck, and we are in a Dodge product as well, so the parts fit. He thanked, us, invited us to his place, and provided us with a pine ...