St. George's Caye Resort
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... that we went out to a cenote and snorkelled around it and then to a sunken boat where there were lots of little fish hanging around in the shadows. We came back just in time for some partner yoga. So fun!! Lots of different poses that while not a flow class still worked up a sweat and felt like a great stretch. After yoga we had dinner - shrimp fajitas, stuffed jalapeños, and for dessert vegan chocolate ...
... We never made it to the floating part but the bar is open all the way around and located over the water with great views so the buckets of beer definitely happened. We had Indian food for dinner which Wendy loved but Kari (being the somewhat picky eater she is) didn't. She had to follow it up with chips and pico for dessert. After dinner we had a yoga nidra practice out in our yoga hut over the water. The sounds of the water were very peaceful and calming and Steph did a ...
... different types of coral. One shark took a liking to Kari and she screamed, sucking a large mouthful of salt water. Disgusting. After that Kenton took us to Shark Alley where the Nurse Sharks flocked the boat as soon as we pulled up. Apparently this is where fishermen used come to clean heir catch for the day so the Sharks were very familiar with the boats, thinking "Lunch!!" As soon as the boats came. There was the option to get in ...
... islands when the tidal action made the trench significantly bigger. Known as 'The Split', it is the place to be seen, apparently. We were only too happy to see rum being sold everywhere. Caye Caulker is the jumping off point for many watersport activities. For us, the main draw was diving the Blue Hole, a submarine sinkhole that is famous for clear waters, and sharks. Awesome.
We went to find some accommodation as listed in the Lonely Planet. ...
... mysteriously abandoned in the 13th century. The early economy was based on the high grade flint which is found in the city. Scholars and scientists have determined that there was a severe dry spell and draught that lasted from 900-1100. During that time they made human sacrifices to the rain gods in caves. Speculation is that in 1180 there was a peasant revolt over the lack of water and the city was abandoned in the ...