Blackbird Caye Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... more seriously if I have a fresh start and a new environment. I really want to study creative arts and use the other side of my brain, I miss it so much and want to take art classes all the time! Perfect pass time turned productive! But I won't be sad if I don't get it, because it will end up being further to travel, I'll lose a years worth of study because of the credit point maximum ...
... t real at all! The sea looked unbelievable on the way home while we sailed back and played our own music through the speakers. We drank rum punch and got pretty drunk haha. U couldn't see where the sky met the sea it was so beautiful. Can't believe I met these incredible animals sailing and snorkelling in Belize. Afterwards I spoke to Janet and it turns out the green sea turtle is on the red list it's ...
... being of paramount importance, we restricted our choice to these two dive shops, having also checked the reviews on Tripadvisor. We went to the first, which looked super professional, and enjoyed the air conditioning whilst we got some information about the package on offer. It was expensive. We headed to the second dive shop and did the same. We went with the second dive shop, Frenchies, only because it was cheaper. It was still very expensive ...
We got up at 6 and met the group at 8, waiting for the tender tickets. The shore was 5 or 6 miles away so the tender took around 15 minutes. This time the ship did not use its own tender, but the local catamaran, managed by the local people. It was pretty quick.
Today our pre-arranged activity was cave tubing. I was quite apprehensive, not knowing anything about cave tubing. I thought it might be like river rafting, but in a dark cave .... But it turned out to be so much fun and ...
... had to climb, crawl, and squeeze through the stone. I had to swim, wade, and walk through water. There were tight spaces and then enormous openings inside this other world. Cameras were not allowed in the cave so you will have to 'Google that ****.' No pictures here. I found myself giggling randomly during the 3 hours I was in the cave. I believe it was from being extremely happy, proud of myself, and really excited all at the same time. ...