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As you walk off the boat and down the pier, over the turquoise waters of the Caribbean sea, you look down and see the sign: "Caye Caulker, Go Slow". OK then, if they insist! When we first stepped foot on the sandy shores of this island off the coast of Belize we breathed a huge sigh of relief. Almost three weeks after Chris had met us in Panama …
... scanned. They all had to be lined up first and then a sniffer dog kind of ran over them. Then they were scanned and then we had to press the button that glowed green or red at random for bag searches. We then had a 45 min wait before we took the good old Mexican buses, so we ate hot dogs at a stand by the bus station. The bus ...
... is one of
the most precious possessions we as kids of mom and dad have, the
warmth, wisdom, care, acceptance, energy and beauty of the people of
Belize. Time and again I just teared up as it washed over me. They
have given us much.
Grace took us to pick up Herbert Cain and
ms Girta. Ms Girta showed us a picture of their son Sam, and I
immediately said he was the splitting image of Howard Barrow Jr, a
fine looking guy, and ms Girta looked up ...
... Creole (similar to Jamaican Patois) in the stands.
For our third and final day on the island, we tried to book kiteboarding lessons, but the wind wasn't right. So, instead we booked a Snorkel With the Sharks boarding excursion. During the excursion, we swam with nurse sharks and reef sharks, and saw turtles, beautiful fish and rays. During the boat ride back to Caye Caulker, the captain made us jungle juice, which was basically half (or more) rum and ...