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"I hugged a feckin shark"
Today was the day that the first of Ian's two (planned) scuba ticks of the year was to be completed and a day that Sarah faces a fear.
Apologies the first half of this blog which will mean more to divers than those who aren't.
Alarm at 05.00. I slept through it. Woke up at 05.21 and legged it up the beach in a tropical storm arriving at the dive school at ...
... s boat-ride more and we arrive at our destination, Caye Caulker.
"No shirt, no shoes, no problem" is the saying the locals greet you with as they try to sell you a cheap room on the seafront. I can go with that! Caye Caulker is an amazing place to just chill. After leaving Puebla (MX), we have been on the move a lot and spent many hours in buses. We quickly slip into the Caribbean ...
... reef, sea kayaking, drank plenty of rum and chilled out on the hammocks and enjoyed being re-connected to the world with our hostels free wifi.
What we learnt
Going slow can be addictive
There is an annual lobster festival in Caye Caulker, which we were gutted to miss by only a few days
Fry jacks are my new favourite breakfast food
... bus leaves from the Marine Terminal. You can buy tickets at vendors on that strip. I was told if the 1pm does not have enough people it is cancelled. It is only a micro bus and costs US$25. Says it leaves at 9:30 but mine didn't leave till 10:30. I couldn't see other options available. Got to the border in just under 3 hours non-stop. So make sure you have gone to the toilet and have food beforehand. You pay $37.50 Belize dollars ...
... and explore the reef at a spot called Hol-Chan. Caveman led four of us out along the reef, luring out a moray eel form a cave (it was huge), barracuda, and finally green turtles, just casually eating and chilling out, whilst many snorkelers swam around gawking at it (us included).
Final stop on this tour was on the west side of Caye Caulker, we fed some tapron, which are huge, arm length fish, similar to carp. The were jumping into the air as we held food out for ...