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Onto Caye Caulker, Belize

Amongst travellers, it is recommended not to catch buses overnight to the next town, especially crossing borders because it’s more likely to be held up by mugs wanting money (you need money to cross the border). 333 more words

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CHAPTER 30 - LOST AT SEA

The Jungle… The Farm… TWO MONTHS STRAIGHT – NO BREAKS!

We were hungry for an adventure so off to Caye Caulker we go!

JAY JUNIOR (aka JJ): You two have been talking about taking me away from all the dirt, heat and flies for weeks. 694 more words

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A Boat Trip in Belize

We had a good handle on the island of Caye Caulker (Caye technically, I know) within about 30 seconds. Caye Caulker is tiny, which makes the offers of “taxis” as soon as you get off the boat even more amusing. 705 more words

JUST YESTERDAY - WINDING DOWN

This place is magical. It is the uncommercial tropics – wooden huts, vibrant colours, a turquoise ocean, palm trees galore and to top it off, the locals greet us with so much warmth. 148 more words

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A week on Caye Caulker

We left Hopkins and set out for a night at the Belize Zoo as a pit stop to Caye Caulker. If you have the ability to travel throughout Belize and not just stay in one place, this is worth the stop. 465 more words

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Signs in Belize

Belize has to be one the places with some of the most colorful & interesting signs that I have ever seen.

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To Belize and the Cayes

Caye Caulker was our first stop in Belize, and our second Caribbean island. It was not an overly different experience to Mexico’s Isla Mujeres, although Isla Mujeres remains much like the Mexican mainland whilst Caye Caulker feels truly Caribbean: reggae music spilling from every corner; pastel coloured huts selling rice and beans; happy old guys with dreadlocks singing ‘bananas’ as they make their living pushing a fruit cart down the main street. 174 more words