Tobacco Caye Lodge
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... such a great success were the great crew, Captain Kevin (Bob) and crew members Chilo (Bobi) and Sherwin (Bobbi) and the 16 passengers that set sail on that 3 day tour. We were quite a diverse group with people from Ireland, England the US and Australia. Everyone had a great attitude, they were on the trip to relax and have fun. The crew of three were great, they chatted amongst themselves in Creole and always referred to each other of Bobbi, which was ...
... ve ever been.
Admittedly it was night when I arrived, but everything was either shut, and generally provided the most unwelcome welcome possible, as dilapidated tramps stumbled around wanting money, then coming right in your face shaking your hand, breathing petroleum on you, then seeing you about five minutes later, forgetting all the above had happened and then doing it again. The hostel I wanted was fully booked. As I was walking through the town I walked past this ...
... the boat. On the first swim I felt relaxed as I heard 'Under the sea' from The Little Mermaid repeating in my head; now this was replaced by the Jaws Theme song and my life flashing before my eyes..ok maybe a bit dramatic but I was seriously wondering if this was safe!
But none the less we all jumped in amongst these nurse shark and swam around as they seemed to mind their own business as we snapped pictures in their ...
... t quite a feeling like that one, feeling as if nothing else in the world matters besides just being here..and of course finding a little restaurant to cheers with a local beer to kick off this vacation.
So we did just that, found our resort and asked some locals which place they would recommend for dinner. We went where they suggested, a restaurant called Rosa's, where you choose which fresh catch of the day you want. There is a BBQ ...
The rest of our week then basically consisted of lazy days swinging in the hammocks and reading, regular snorkels to different areas of reef, cracking open coconuts and eating on our deck watching the waves. As well as eating the raw coconut and drinking the sublime water, we also attempted coconut rice by grinding some up and adding it to the water. It worked pretty well. Also toasting some in a pan so its crunchy with some syrup (borrowed) and cinnamon as a tasty treat. ...