Just past Victoria House as you walk south is the two mile sign post that basically marks the beginning of the Mosquito Coast. I love this area of Ambergris Caye. Mostly private houses, some resorts. This stretch, in my estimation, would an ideal place to live.
It’s starting off grey and cool, the breeze is coming from the leeward side and the sea is perfectly flat. (This has been a frequent weather pattern over the past week or so.)
Casa Plata, a private home, soon after has a tiny dock that seems custom made for weddings. I’ve never seen one there but it really seems perfect. You could decorate the crap out of this little structure.
Let’s play name that bird. I am horrible at this game! This guy was quite attractive.
Pelican Reef rakes the beach and lays out the towels early…it must have been 7.15am. Now THAT is good service. The whole resort has great attention to detail.
Onto Mile 3…where it really starts to get good. And beautiful. Just how I want Belize to look. Pretty white beaches, mangroves, wild flowers and lots of coconut trees and a few smaller, wooden houses with screened in porches.
When the water is higher, you can’t get too much past here without walking in ankle deep water.
And you follow this little path around some bushes growing on the beach. (Probably not a good idea to do late at night).
And you find these awesome palm tree dragons.
And around another secret path…
One last house with a great view and you are at the end of the line. At least the very end of the line that you can walk on the beach without a machete or wading knee deep in water. I know what you are thinking…WIMP!
As I walked back, the sky was brightening a bit. The perfect day for a fundraiser/BBQ and if you are very brave, a pool party at Pedro’s Inn. Doesn’t matter if you care for Pedro or his inn, this is for Liberty House Home for Children just outside Belize City, so it would be great to see you and your open wallets there!