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Caye Caulker, Belize

Off the shore of Belize lie a number of Cayes, or small islands with their own communities and rich marine life. I took a ferry from Belize City to Caye Caulker, a very small Caye with only one main street. 181 more words

Sharks and Rays and Turtles, Oh My!

If I could invite three people alive or dead to dinner, they would include David Bowie, David Attenborough and Jacques Cousteau. Bowie for not only the incredible music and jaw-dropping costuming, but for the revolutionary way he challenged society’s perception on gender, individualism and creativity. 417 more words

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Snorkeling in Caye Caulker and the Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Snorkeling is my favorite tropical activity and I never pass up a chance to hit the water whenever I can. I did some research prior to booking our day snorkeling trip and I found great reviews for  811 more words



May 24 – June 20, 2016.

After spending 6 incredible months in Mexico, we crossed into Belize on May 24, 2016 and explored the small country for about a month. 2,793 more words


Caye Caulker: It Was Unbelizeable

People often like to share the most glamorous aspects of their traveling experiences, which can make it particularly difficult when you’re right in the thick of some less than favorable moments. 2,352 more words


The Caye to My Heart

Everything they say about Caye Caulker is true. The sand is white, the water is crystalised blue, the food is zestily caribbean, Rastas are sleazy as all hell, and it’s a paradise on earth. 705 more words

Central America

Easter Travels : Belize 🇧🇿 

13:00 Wednesday

We made it to Belize! It was such a long journey, we had to get the 3am bus from bacalar (and sneak out of Victor’s house, as he was still passed out). 475 more words