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Much Needed Mini-cation

Changing my flight to stay with four people I’ve only known for two weeks in a foreign country was the best decision I have ever made. 207 more words



“Slow doooowwwnn giirrll” a local Belizian calls out while I speed-walk my way along the beach road to the fresh smoothie shop on the island.  We were already running late for our scuba certification course with… 638 more words


Caye Caulker, Belize: Day 1

At 4:00 a.m., I took the bus for 150 quetzales from Flores to Belize City and for another 150 the Belize ferry to Caye Caulker (pronounced Key Caulker I learned at the border) where the carribean waters of cerulean blue and turquoise are Unbelizeable! 526 more words

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Going slow on Caye Caulker

Everyone that has been to Belize has told us one thing ‘you will LOVE Caye Caulker’, they weren’t wrong. Prepare to want to book your travel after you see the photos. 1,216 more words


My top 8 blue water travel destinations

Some people love mountains, others a quaint countryside. Some are fascinated by volcanoes or find ultimate paradise in the mist of a thundering waterfall. Me? I love blue water.  490 more words


Belize Bucket List: Scuba Dive the Great Blue Hole

The Great Blue Hole is one of the most unique natural wonders in the world. Located off the coast of Belize, this massive circular sinkhole is over 1,000 feet wide and 480 feet deep, making it the only marine cavern visible from space! 1,285 more words

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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