The Phoenix Resort
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... the local reefs after we checked into our hotel. This was well worth the trip as we not only saw lots of colourful fish on the reefs but we also had the experience of snorkelling with reef sharks and sting ray! We enjoyed hanging out at the split, swimming and drinking cocktails in the evenings. The island is not short of great litt le places to eat, we were particularly fond on the 'fry jacks' (fried ...
... It is truly beautiful. Looking down on it from above with the mist settling in on the tree covered mountains was nothing less than magical. Even in the drizzle. Which is why we all look damp in the photos. That and the sweat from going up a million steps to get there. On the way me and Lea got chatting to some guys from San Diego who were fun to hang out with. It turned out that the five of us would be spending the day together and we were the only ones from our group booked ...
... small spaces.
FRIDAY 6th Feb
Found the hotel restaurant and bar, and had breakfast overlooking the jetty and fishing boats. Decided to look for the museum, apparently 10 mins away, but realising that they walk much slower here after I nearly found myself back at the airport. Gave up looking for the museum, and found 'Oxford Street' Belize style. More like a run down shopping street in Deptford, but the people ...
... film btw!). So that takes me to today where it's been a little stormy (huge thunderstorm this morning) so involved a bit of sunbathing, lots of napping and quite a bit of eating! We're catching a catamaran tomorrow to head down the coast of Belize over the next 3 days, which I'm looking forward to (just hoping for not too much rain....some forecast but fingers crossed!). Anyway will hand over to Mr L to update you on that in a couple of days! Big love ...
Once we reached the entrance to the cave, he tied all our tubes together and we hopped on our tubes and away we went. The water was "refreshing" as he put it...it was cold, but easy to get used to. The caves were pitch black and so beautiful. We could see because of the flashlights on our helmets. The float lasted about 45 min and then we were back at the start.
We changed into dry clothes and tried some of the ...