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... a yummy tangy sauce and Raaj had red snapper in
Mayan sauce. We also had coconut rice, homemade coleslaw and parsley potatoes
on the side – YUM! With 6 bottles of beer too between us for £7 we had a pretty
good time over dinner while getting to know RoLo. Post dinner was a stroll
along the sea front and enjoying the sound of the waves before bedtime. When
looking up at the stars we saw another planet – this time Jupiter. ...
... into Belize City, followed by a 45 minute water taxi. We had only heard excellent things about Caye Caulker, but we were still completely blown away by the island's tropical beauty well before arriving at the dock. After disembarking the boat we were greeted by a seriously relaxed Rasta that threw out some of that classic West Indian banter that somehow draws a laugh regardless of what has actually been said. The man showed us a few places to stay, didn't ...
... and a coconut tart I bought from the local bakery. It was bliss.
I also did a snorkeling tour one day while I was out on the island. One of the two stops was in Shark-Ray Alley. This place was awesome. Not only were you in some of the clearest/bluest water in the world, but you are also surrounded by nurse sharks and sting rays. Most of the sharks were about 5-9 feet long and the rays had a wing span of around ...
... as 8 nurse sharks and numerous rays and other fish surrounded us. I got right in the middle taking video, even touched one of the sharks. The batteries to the camera died so I haven't confirmed that the video came out. One of the sharks was at least 8 feet. It was pretty big. After we ran out of bait, the sharks went off to find other boats waiting to feed them.
We then headed off to our last spot. It was called the ...
... Fortunately, none thought we were a seal or other tasty morsel and thus we were spared. On the way back, we were befriended by a small school of spinner dolphins that jumped in our wake and to our sides. Our driver went around in a few circles to allow them to play some more, before we went on our way through the still rough, but more moderate, waves back to our island.
Tonight is the last night for me and Paul. We've decided to head together ...
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