Tobacco Caye Lodge
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... for dinner as well as a whole lobster each and some amazing scalloped potatoes. Seriously good feed.A bunch more rum punch then a better nights sleep in the tents as it wasn't blowing a gale. Tobacco Caye is actually populated so we were surrounded by trees and houses to block the ...
... creating a natural pool! There was a huge water slide right into the sea water as well as tubes to float around in. Absolutely beautiful!
Kathy left for the airport right from there. I took the bus back to Belmopan wondering what it would be like tomorrow when I am really on my own.
Turns out, I will never be alone unless I want to be.
The morning monsoon almost stopped me from traveling to San Ignacio. Marta ...
... drinking rum punch (happy juice) was a great afternoon. We docked just before sunset at a tiny little island called Rendezvous, it was only about 100m wide by about 30m and had 2 caretakers, a loo and some straw shades. The crew set up the tents in the middle of the island which was just beach sand and we got mata and sheets from the boats. Then it was time to mingle and drink more rum punch whilst we waited for dinner. The dinner was superb, shrimp cerviche to ...
... arrived late in the afternoon and had the place to ourselves. The crew cooked up a feast and provided an endless supply of rum punch. The next morning involved an early departure to ensure the two caretakers had sufficient time to prepare the Caye for that days hoard of cruise ship passengers. The combination of rum punch and an early start ensured a very quiet start to the day.
One of the Irish lads turned out to be the fisherman of the tour, as ...
... of my observations to make a post of random thoughts.
- I am enjoying reading again. The last couple of years we haven't had much "me" time so being able to devour three books so far has been such a treat. A co-worker was nice enough to help me pick out some books to take along and I've enjoyed reading every single one of them. The problem is I'm out of books now! I still have some beach days ahead of me in Isla Mujeres. I'll have to hit up ...