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What A Glorious March Day on Ambergris Caye. Period.

Yesterday’s post got a bit heavier than expected so today I’ll just keep it to the GLORIOUS WEATHER.  Beautiful sparkly, breezy but not too breezy, low seaweed/sargasso perfection.

The view through San Pedro’s largest church – the Roman Catholic Church on Front Street.

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I was having lunch at Fido’s and as I cut through Central Park, I saw the fishermen out on the municipal pier.  Back from conch fishing (the season ends June 1st – but often earlier if the quota is filled) and displaying the empty shells.

Can’t walk right past that.


And then just the gorgeous shells.  I asked where they were finding these big conch.  I know that the shores of Ambergris Caye are pretty much (sadly) picked clean.

They go out to Turneffe Atoll and beyond.


That pink may be my favorite color.

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The entrance from the beach to Fido’s…a look out at their dock AND where I will be subwinging tomorrow.


And the look down to Amigos Del Mar…


Subwinging you ask?  Yes!  This was just filmed a few weeks ago here in Belize with Belize Parasail Ltd.  I hope I don’t need to dig my subwing out of the sand.

I’ll be heading out tomorrow morning…wish me luck 🙂

I drove north along Boca Del Rio and passed a new bar.

IMG_1242I love the new signage.

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And then over the bridge.  Sigh…what a gorgeous day.


I think it’s time to….


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7 thoughts on “What A Glorious March Day on Ambergris Caye. Period.

  1. Linda Young

    One day, when the conch divers were cleaning their catch, one of them let out a shout! He had come across a GORGEOUS CONCH COLORED HUGE PEARL IN ONE OF THE SHELLS HE WAS CLEANING!!! YES! That is my favorite color too!

  2. SPmQQse

    that subwing thing ,does look like fun…but i can see it causing troubles with marine life….,just from that video.
    be careful .. have fun…. good luck.

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