Tobacco Caye Paradise
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... was doing the usual introductions and getting to know each other. Randomly there was a group of 5 South Africans on board with us, all auditors bar one and living in Oz and the Cayman Islands. Later down the line we of course realised that the twins' sister Leah is in London with us and good friends with Nick and Jo. Also onboard were an American family from Colorado (Scott, Biz, Brad, Jay and Ashley), Italian couple Guilia and Georgio, NY couple Hayley and Johnno, ...
... they cooked great meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Caught and cleaned fish and lobsters provided an endless supply of drinks, predominantly rum punch. Huge platters of fresh fruit were available after each snorkeling break so noone was ever hungry. The cost of the trip included everything including drinks which worked to be a great deal.
A highlight of the trip was the music, there seemed to be a collection of music from every ...
Dinner was Belizian specialties. Hinesh tried the hudutu (fish in coconut milk with mashed plantain and cassava bread). I had the Fish Tea (fried fish with lots of veggies and a delicious soup broth).
Hinesh is speaking with an Island accent at the moment. Apparently he sounds cooler now…
Day 3: we start the day with Insanity as we are both feeling a little unfit. The legs feel like lead and the core strength ...
... items but R and I laugh at how I look at my purchases and call them my precious'. R's daughter would know exactly what that means. We often speak in Gollum :).
- At home we all collect those white plastic shopping bags and use them for garbage bags. Here they have black bags. They seem way too nice to use as garbage bags :).
- Like back home, there is a Chinese store on every corner. I was seriously very surprised by this. REALLY, we ...
We did our first snorkel and saw endless schools of tropical fish, turtles, some sting ray and lobster. Probably one of the best snorkel swims we've ever done, no shortage of sea life. Then the second trip the guide says 'ok now I take you to Shark Alley, are you ready?!' And he sure did take us to Shark Alley, the minute he stopped the boat there were sharks swarming the boat, with the classic one fin out of the ...