Popeyes Beach Resort
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Travel Blogs from Caye Caulker
... slowly, we were told serve would be slow but didn't expect to take almost 2 hours for a meal.(who ate all the pies!)
Today nothing planned, so we are doing nothing -- tough to be on holiday .
For the first time we found fresh milk, not UHT, tea is on the menu! In the room. Our little travel kettle is doing a good job.
Whatever one wants to do in Caye Caulker do not expect it to happen in a hurry, it is so layer back it can be frustrating.
... humor, oh so important when traveling in less than ideal conditions. The trip filled with surprises and our guide was outstanding, such a warm and caring individual. He became one of the family.
The Mayan sights each offered something unique and their jungle locations were amazing adding a sense of timelessness to the visits. I loved all the flowers and birds with the background roaring of the ...
... 2 a bit swampy and 3 apart from one good bar it's just hotels. That said we used 3 returns that day, just couldn't get enough. And the golf cart was fun. We stopped in one hotel for a beer (drink driving seems to be encouraged) and met a lovely couple from Nashville 'hey y'all'. With all his pecs and triceps and stuff he was very keen to be likened to Matthew McConaughey. We didn't indulge ...
... a cloudy sunrise walk across the beach to Frenchies where I will be doing three dives, one of them in the iconic(for divers) Blue Hole. It is a two hour journey to the Blue Hole. It has been two years since I have dived and the deepest I have been is 28 metres. So I am a little nervous as we will going down to 40 metres. So once all geared up I step off board and we descend down into underworld of the sea. Below I see Caribbean reef sharks, at points there are about fifteen ...
... reminding you! I stopped off for a late breakfast. Of waffles. How American. There are lots of American people here - the menu seems to largely cater to them! They were good - even made with brown flour! I'm staying in a cabana - a traditional structure on stilts, steps away from the shoreline. It's very cute. Bright yellow and blue, with a mini kitchen and bathroom. I have a small balcony at the front with a lovely sea view. Love it! The rest of the day I spent ...