We took the water taxi to Caye Caulker today for lunch and some sightseeing. We dined at a yellow picnic table by the water and walked up and down the sandy streets. The place has a young laid back vibe and I loved taking photos, but I'm not sure we'd want to stay there. My original plan was to spend a week on Caye Caulker and just visit Ambergris, but Craig and I both agreed Caulker's a little too slow for us. The trip is only 30 minutes by water taxi and we really enjoyed taking a look!
We'll be moving to a new location farther away from town tomorrow, so I'm not sure if I'll have consistent WiFi. So if I'm not posting, you'll know why!
Here are some scenes from our Monday!
Approaching Ambergris Caye on our return trip.
The boats are enclosed with some windows that open, so I stuck my camera out a window to get this photo of the crystal blue Caribbean water.
The lunch table on Caye Caulker.
Chicken tostados and fish kabobs.
People mostly use their feet or bikes to get around the island on sand streets.
Lots of No Loitering signs on shops and fruit stands.
Lots of Rastas!
This little piggy became meat. A young guy was sitting behind the pit turning the spit by hand.
Conchs and cocos!
Caulker bulletin board.
Tranquil spot. I didn't hang long because the skeeters were biting.
More bikes and restaurants!