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Caye Caulker, Belize

Long days at the Lazy Lizard drinking in the sun and swimming against the current. Fry-jacks and all kinds of deep fried every day, for every meal. 53 more words

Nature

Un paraíso hippie...Caye Caulker

¿Te imaginas estar en una isla desierta, en dónde puedas columpiarte sobre un pedazo de madera mientras tomas una chela?, te tengo una noticia, esas islas paradisíacas si existen y no tienes que ir tan lejos. 479 more words

Viajes...

Crazy Mac Returns Again

“Long time no see,” I said to the British girls. On the boat there was a girl, Monique who was giving me some tips on Guatemala, where I’m planning on going next. 290 more words

Writing

Make It a Booze Cruise (Belize Express Water Taxi)

Note: I misplaced some notes and just found them. This post takes place in the Boyfriend Era, pre-Tikal


The water taxi from Chetumal, Mexico to Caye Caulker only leaves once every other day- probably because the 2 hour indoor “water taxi” costs significantly more than the water ferry from Belize City. 271 more words

Writing

Belize: Relax. Go Slow.

Belize doesn’t seem to be part of Central America anymore, it’s much more a Caribbean country; people speak English and Kriol (and Spanish and Garífuna and a whole lot of other languages), the houses are different, rice is flavored with coconut (in my opinion that should be the normal way to cook rice), and once you get to the Cayes, it’s clear that you’ve left Central America. 551 more words

Photography

a stop in caye caulker

Caye Caulker is a popular destination for many travelers Belize.  It’s a lazy island, less commercialized or traveled as the neighboring island of San Pedro, but full of life and and colors: 212 more words

Rayna The Explorer