Hugh Parkey'S Belize Adventure Lodge
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... Belize Express water taxi we were packed like sardines in an unventilated room. It was hot, hot, hot! It felt good once we picked up speed and got a good ocean breeze. The water was clear and blue and I couldn't wait to get in it. After 45 minutes we received a drizzly welcome to Caye Caulker, the brother island of San Pedro. June was just the start of the rainy season and it came like clockwork. But, no matter! A little rain cooled things down and it certainly wasn't slowing us ...
... way down the ladder at the back of the boat. The water is choppy - not too bad, but much worse than the glass smooth water from yesterday. There is a lot of sea grass under us - something turtles like to eat so we keep a watch out.
I have to admit that I am a little disappointed in the snorkeling - I'm not sure when it happened but a hurricane hit Belize a while back and I think it really affected this reef. There are some fish, of course, but not as many as ...
... some Guatemalan version of deliverance. The son Continuously used the word "sneaky" (pronounced "shhhneaky") and used it out of context all the time which was weird. Like "that sandwich is really shhhneaky". I wonder if I have been doing anything like this whilst speaking in spanish? Maybe I have been asking for syphilis instead of rice. I did tell someone they looked 50 instead of 15 by mistake. cringe! He also invited me on a time capsule tour which I ...
... height of the structure. From the top of the High Temple, the view over the top of the jungle canopy was awe inspiring. From here the high priest (after recovering his breath) could look out over all of the land controlled by the City State. He could also look down over the people of the city. It is easy to imagine how the Maya at the base of the temple could believe that the priests and king were able to talk to the Mayan gods.
We were on a time schedule ...
... to come through customs etc. I had plenty of time for another flight to San Pedro.
Back to the hotel for a shower and find wonderful air conditioning in my room. This time I decide on dinner at the pool-side bar. They have one of those super heated slabs of lava rock on which they plop shrimp and veggies. That, along with a couple Belikin stout beer, and I'm a very happy camper.
Thursday, February 5th
This is a very quiet day for me. I ...