Blue Reef Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ocean and the threat seems to subside and we were able to just watch these amazing creatures feed and swim around. It was a really cool experience and I was super proud of myself for doing it! Our last stop was Hoi Chan Reserve, a really beautiful part of the reef which showcased lots of beautiful fish , coral and we even swam super close to a green turtle who was feeding nearby. Harry even swam through ...
... face joined us. We had not seen Han since our leaving party and it would be great to travel with her for almost 2 weeks.
We boarded the boat and were off towards Caye Caulker a small caye in the Caribbean. For those of you like me who did not know the difference between a caye (key) and an island. An island is made by volcanic or plate movements whereas a caye is built upon coral where sand is gradually built up over time. On the ...
On Monday, Heather and I went scuba diving while the others went fishing. It was very exiting. Neff took us out diving at Esmeralda reef. I found it rather easy. I just had a bit of difficulties like learning the buoyancy compensator on my jacket. We first dived and went to some old sunken sailboat. It was very cool to see. We both used ...
... yet another taxi to Belize City.
Immediately on entry it is stepping into a 2/3rd world country, the houses are wooden, some on stilts and most are painted in bright colours. Sugar cane, bananas, paw paw's, palm trees, country side sparsely populated but covered in trees and shrubs.
Belize is a British colony, with the queen's head on the currency,
English is the main language but the locals speak creole. Many descend from ex ...
... selling chicken tamales for $2, so obviously have to try it to see what the fuss is all about. It's quite nice in the end. We made our way to the opposite end of the island and bathed in the cool water with more sun. Leesh and I are starting to get real bronze now after this non stop sun. It's a mint day but the wind is up making the water choppy. We found some lunch with some Belizean style meat and rice before changing rooms. We ...