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 ...
... 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 ...
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. ...
There was some heavy rain during the night and as we walked about in the morning we found a few coconuts on the ground. I had spotted a metal stake in the floor the previous day by a coconut graveyard of piled up husks and shells, so we took our fallen nut over there. I then mostly watched as AP attempted to get into it. Turns out they are a very tough nut to crack!
You first have to try and remove the fibrous outer husk by ...
We had some time in the morning for Jamie to take us to the nearby waterfall. This required crossing the river around our camp an then following a small trail through the jungle for about 25 minutes. Along the way Jamie showed us a few interesting plants and trees that they use for various things, and also niftily prepared us an effective fan each from some leaves (he must have thought we looked sweaty)
We also spotted a jaguar footprint! They do live around here and ...