A Walk South of San Pedro: Working on the Beach & the “Sargasso Situation”
Yesterday, I took the 1.5 mile walk to town. It’s been hot WAY HOT but moving slow…I made it. Just mildly drenched in sweat.
There was a lovely breeze for the first time in a few days…
Just before Xanadu Resort, I ran into a hammock…totally tattered.
Ahhhhhh…a dark cloud. Rain…maybe? Please? Xanadu has built a netting fence just offshore their beach to hold the sea weed back.
Caribbean Villas Resort seems to be reclaiming their beach. Sand bags and sand fill.
Delivered sand being used to fill in the bagged area.
The dark clouds moved by quickly. A photo of Woody’s Wharf…
And the view of the beach at Exotic Caye Resort. Just north, the sea wall is complete and filled with tons of sand.
The sun out…and I love this dive shop’s September flags fluttering in the wind.
Pretty but HOT day.
The dock used by Belikin beer…
And a look towards the shore.
And a little more September patriotism…
The Diamante project has received a coat of paint and Hurricane’s Bar is closed for another week..
Phew…I made it to town without passing out. Drenched in sweat? Yes. But still on my feet.
I kinda like a sandy beach that slopes naturally into the water.
OH! And for those following Fin K’s epic/horrendous plane journey to Thailand, he made it! I’m quite excited about his post for the week…the pictures are already making me WAY jealous.