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Shark-rays, snorkeling and seafood- A day in Caye Caulker

The Belize Barrier reef has around 450 islands-Caye Caulker is one of them. In Belize,  islands are called cayes (pronounced as “keys”). Caye Caulker is very popular among tourists especially backpackers. 559 more words


Healthy Hippie Stew

SWEET MAGNOLIA  it has been almost two years since i have blogged.  this makes me want to cry and smile at the same time. cry because i love love love writing and blogging and collecting thoughts in print… and smile because this just shows that my life, this beautiful life, is consuming me and filling me right the hell up so that blogging has slipped my mind entirely!  1,066 more words


One Love

The vibe was decidedly reggae at Caye Caulker. The whole place felt laid back and chill.


The Making of Belizean Heat: Part 4 – The Split

This song takes its name from a small channel through the island of Caye Caulker appropriately named The Split. The water rushes through this small opening with a strong steady current, which makes it a favourite swimming spot for locals. 164 more words


Feeding The Tarpon

One of the coolest situations we stumbled upon was a bay of Tarpon eager to accept fish offerings. These fish grow up to 280 pounds. The ones in the bay probably peaked around 50 pounds.


Belize city

In continuation from a previous blog post- Playa del Carmen (Mexico-2)

A new country!

After spending two nights at Playa del Carmen, we were now ready to head to Belize. 779 more words


Caye Caulker: You Better Belize It

After having rubbish weather in Lanquin and Flores at the end of our stint in Guatemala, we were beyond ready to get back to sunny climates! 1,191 more words