A clothesline, kayak, and floatie on Beach Street down the sand road from our hotel.
This house has it's clothesline and political flags on the front balcony. An election was approaching and the blue and white flags were for the PUP -- People's United Party.
I love this clothesline right above the real estate shop!
Master Lee's clothesline above the shop in downtown San Pedro. There were lots of clotheslines in downtown San Pedro.
These people are missing a clotheslines, so they've figured out how to hang clothes off the security bars on the windows. They're very brave people because I took this photo in San Pedro in the late afternoon during Carnaval when the kids in town were running up and down the streets throwing paint. Wonder if these clothes were decorated with little painted handprints?
This one's a cheater. A vendor on Caye Caulker was selling beach toys and towels by way of the clothesline.
Typical Belizean clapboard house with the wood shuttered windows, tin roof, and colorful clothesline in the side yard!
One major difference between Ambergris Caye and Isla Mujeres related to laundry. We only found one laundry in San Pedro. We had to have missed some, but lavanderias seemed scarce. The hotel's laundry service for guests seemed pricey at $15 U.S. a load, so we decided the two mile walk to Nellie's Laundromat in San Pedro was worth it. Laundry at Nellie's was $5 U.S. a load (really not a bad price), and they were very busy!