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Doing stuff we haven’t done before, Part 2: What's SUP!

There have been better days than last Friday to go stand-up paddling for the first time on Ambergris Caye.

For one, the four previous days, which were marked by still air and a glossy flat sea. 975 more words


Doing stuff we haven't done before, Part 1: Solo snorkel

The past five days didn’t start out this way.

I mean Rose and I didn’t sit down and agree to try some different things now that we’re back on Ambergris Caye and in our new home. 847 more words


Nice try, rain clouds. You almost made it!

This morning it tried so hard to rain. The clouds gathered on the horizon and put on their best gray colors for the march westward toward our shore. 348 more words


I swear, the heat's making me stupid

I thought for sure that it would rain last night.

While cycling back from Annie’s with a bag of chips for dinner I felt like the mythical fish on a bicycle (“A woman needs a man like a fish ….”). 949 more words


In Belize, we finally made our move, and not where we thought we'd be!

A man paddles north in a kayak so brilliantly green that it matches the water beneath him.

A young Belizean in a sideways red ball cap, a basketball jersey and white baggy Gekko shorts, his hands clutching a small throw net, pursues a school of feeding snapper close to shore. 1,197 more words


Blissfully Belizean

With my recent trip to Ambergris Caye, Belize, I realized that yoga is at least ten times better on a palapa or a paddle board with a pina colada. 6 more words


Ceviche, Sinuses, and CPR on Caye Caulker, Belize

In the spring of 2013 we landed on the tiny island of Caye Caulker, Belize.  Caye Caulker is the lesser known, less visited southern neighbor of Ambergris Caye. 790 more words

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