Popeyes Beach Resort
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... apparently they hadn't paid their leccy bill to Mexico, who timed it to pack a punch. Obviously we didn't know when it was coming back on and were sat in a beach bar by torchlight with our next Ex Pat friends while the yoofs circled waiting to be opportune. There was a stage with the some incredibly unpopular (allegedly corrupt) politician talking and not a soul clapped at any point. In fact the man ...
... from the cabin. One thing that really struck me was how colourful the buildings are. I also loved the signs – some are artworks in themselves! It’s a very relaxed lifestyle and I think the dogs probably have the best life; they have the run of the island, pick up snacks along the way and laze in the shade all day.
On Sunday we looked at a few shops after having breakfast at Brisas del Mar. It was really hot so we escaped to the comfort of our air-conditioned ...
... get high . .. just kidding, boats make me sick so,. I caught up with emails, read my book and wandered around. Andre got to swim among 35+ stingrays and touch them, saw about 25 different kinds of fish and beautiful corals.
The island is a bit too laid back for me . . . pick up your trash people! The same bottle of beer laid under a picnic table at the restaurant/guest cabanas we stayed at for the entire time we were there. How long it had been there, ...
... no wonder I felt sick. Anyway After 3 and a half hours and a heart attack it was complete. Bob Marley would be forever etched beside my heart where he belongs. It was 4 o'clock so I knew I had missed my water taxi back. I walked down to the second dock and managed to get on the 4:30 water taxi. I made it back to Caye Caulker at 4:50. The girls were all going through the shower as I got home. They had met an English girl Anna who was ...
... in the early 80’s. The biologist who looked after the 17 animals realised they had become too tame to return to the wild, so she began the zoo. It contains animals native to Belize, both as permanent residents and as passing friends.
When the road bifurcated (La Democracia) I decided to move to the front seat for a better view as we joined the Western Highway, and after 1½ hours we arrived at the edge of Belmopan, the (newish) capital ...