This morning I headed to town – to run some errands. Some drop offs, some pick-ups (including one pound of conch – $14bzd), some shopping. The rainy seasons seems to be kicking in a bit. After a dry September, some wet weather has finally come and some uncertainty is forecast for the week.
The Weather Channel has called a potential system a “Central American gyre”. Some additional information about the unsettled areas.
It’s 1pm and things are brightening but here are a bunch of pictures I took this morning.
On my trip to town, I slammed on the brakes for this turtle. Called a Boca terra by locals – he’s a land turtle and does NOT want to be placed in the water. But I sensed that he did want me to move him.
I am on a ROLL saving turtles this week (pat on back).
There’s got to be some crazy clever caption for this. I don’t think it is GO SLOW BELIZE. Any help would be welcome.
I bought 1lb of hot corn tortilla for $2bzd.
Estel’s Dine by the Sea is closed for renovations and hopes to open at the end of this week/beginning of next.
Love the new signs…
And of course the view.
The sky was getting darker and darker…
So I scurried towards the Tropic Air terminal – where I like to shelter from the rain.
Passing this super cute sign at Caliente Restaurant.
And taking my seat JUST as the sky opened. Free Wi-Fi and I can enjoy the fish and beautiful paintings?
Probably not encouraged but the perfect spot to wait for the rains to pass.
Happy Monday all. And gyre? BE GONE!