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... had some really rich cheesy food.
Feeling rejuvenated, we headed for the water taxi to sartenaja. Lexxi risked life and limb walking along a wobbly plank on a half built pier (I went the long, safe way round). While waiting for the taxi, we met a future wildtracks volunteer on the way to sartenaja with her mum. We managed to get seat on the deck of the water taxi, which meant no sea sickness! It was a nice, relatively comfy journey, and Lexxi fell asleep on me for ...
... were on our way walking over the bridge that separates Mexico from Belize. Kirsty thinks it was her smiling whilst saying no that made him give in, she may be right! Golf carts would offer to take us to the Belizean border control for a fee, we kindly declined and walked instead, I managed to fall over, the big backpack on my back helping to ensure I was planted well and truly into the ground. Fortunately it was mainly soft mud, leaving a dusty white residue ...
... or San Pedro as the locals call it, referring to the primary city, is a 30 minute water taxi ride from Caye Caulker. We made the trip with our new friend Rachel. We knew that if Rachel was along, it would be a good time!
After checking out the central tourist area of San Pedro, we rented a golf cart and began our exploration in earnest. Rachel drove and Steve and I enjoyed the views ...
... our snorkelling gear fitted, flippers and a mask and then we had about an hour of free time. Most of us followed Diego down to the end of the island where he said was a good swimming spot. Only he went swimming as he said he needed to 'wake up' from the night before but we actually ended up taking to some local fishing guys and it was so interesting to hear what they had to say. How they grown up here on the island, how they make a living etc. They are ...
... sting rays, some of which were really big. Of course, some cool coral and many fish again. It was still fun, but I would have liked to swim with the sharks!
Once we were back on the boat again, Milo had lunch prepared and waiting for us. Lunch was delicious with fresh and fluffy tortillas, rice, chicken, fish, and coleslaw, Jason and I feasted for sure. Shortly after finishing lunch, we arrived at Caye Caulker, a smaller island south ...
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