While the Northeast US and Canada are getting a doozy of a blizzard, the weather here is just gorgeous. The cold front swept over Belize as well…but brought cool (70s) and dry weather that has just been perfect.
I took a walk “up north” and though I would have called this area “around 5 miles north”…I walked by a marker that said 3.5. Very confusing. Please feel free to leave a comment to let me know exactly where I was.
Here are my pictures.
The Residences at Barrier Reef have gone up quickly!
The pool is now under construction. And then moving north…
A beautiful strip of uninhabited beach just before Indigo Beach Homes.
A lovely beach house…right up my alley.
And Indigo. There are not many stained docks on the island…in fact, I can only think of this one. The seaweed has colored the water (temporarily) to match.
After sitting in the palapa for about 10 minutes, I was cold and had to move on. The villas of Los Encantos.
This one type of moth? butterfly? was out feeding in droves on a clover like flower. Hundreds of them. They rudely will not stay still for photographs.
On a related note, each year, we experience a pretty amazing few days of a huge butterfly migration. Usually in June or July…Island Film did this short video of some of what you’ll see. It’s absolutely gorgeous.
Another grouping of villas, these behind a wall of sawgrass. Very pretty.
A private home with a serious supply of coconuts.
A dock with a dog house.
And a sign for the only grocery store in these parts.
A stunning home with some stunning trees.
And then this place – mentioned in a blog post earlier this month: “Belize Can Make You Crazy?”
Just a perfect day.
Brings us right up to Rojo Beach Bar – if you want to continue northward…Mata Chica Resort up to Canary Cove – check out this post.
Over and out for another perfect day in San Pedro.