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Hol Chan Marine Park, Belize

I nearly didn’t take this trip, because of the motley pattern of second degree burns on my back which another day’s snorkelling would do nothing but exacerbate (and the pain was already vicious – it was difficult to put clothes on, and worse to¬†feel the sun on my skin through my tshirt). 1,189 more words



Days spent paddle boarding and sailing into the sunset on crystal clear Caribbean waters. Bliss! Loving our time here on an island with easygoing vibes and great Belizean food. 23 more words


16th March: Getting from Caye Caulker to Flores, Guatemala

We very reluctantly said farewell to Caye Caulker and the Bella’s hostel. It really grew on me towards the end. Unlike other hostels when you need to book and pay in advance, at Bella’s you can stay for as long as your heart desires. 587 more words

Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Belize

The past week has been spent lazing on the beach, and exploring a cave. I did not take many pictcures, the ones that I did take are quite beautiful. 328 more words


Coming Full Circle in Belize

Back in 2008, Paul and I went on a month-long backpacking trip in the Caribbean. Fresh out of university, this trip was all about freedom, exploration, soul-searching, and adventure. 744 more words


A few days of paradise does you the world of good.

Its been mentioned already but really Caye Caulker needs its own post. After an 8 hour overnight bus drive, leaving at almost 1am, our arrival in Belize was very welcome and the atmosphere of vibrant, friendly people, the beating sun and the eclectic noise there to greet us. 855 more words

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