Monthly Archives: April 2016

Wow.

I haven’t blogged for almost two weeks. Dos weeks. Two. That’s probably the longest I’ve gone since starting this trip! Apologies. I have a lot to catch up on. First of all: Cuba. Amazing. Then we flew to Florida to … Continue reading

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The bluest water: kayaking in Caye Caulker

Somehow this post got lost in the ether of my WordPress account and was never posted?! It details a glorious afternoon of kayaking around beautiful Caye Caulker in Belize.

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Swimming with sharks, stingrays and eels

The title of this blog post could be a nightmare or a dream come true, depending on how you feel about ocean dwellers. While I don’t mind harmless sharks and stingrays, eels are nothing short of the devil’s work. As hideous as … Continue reading

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Caye Caulker, Belize

Caye Caulker is dreamy. What’s not to love about a postage stamp sized Caribbean island, crammed with swaying palm trees, pastel weatherboard houses and surrounded by crystal clear turquoise water? Oh and the food? Delicious. The locals? Charming with amazing … Continue reading

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Laguna Bacalar, Mexico

After the busyness of Tulum, a few slow days on the lagoon at Bacalar were nice and relaxing. Most of the tourists there are Mexican families, so there is a far more authentic vibe to the town than further up the … Continue reading

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Swimming with turtles at Akumal Bay, Mexico

Akumal is a tiny town north of Tulum towards Playa Del Carmen. The name ‘Akumal’ means ‘land of turtles’ in Mayan, which is pretty appropriate seeing as snorkelling with said turtles is the number one thing to do there. One … Continue reading

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