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A Rainy Monday Morning on Ambergris Caye

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!

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2 thoughts on “A Rainy Monday Morning on Ambergris Caye

  1. TarheelBornGal

    Saving turtles for the win! Just don’t save any snappers…if they even have ’em down there (hope not). Saw a huge one on the bike path here in Fla. the other day. Eeek!

  2. Pam Disbrow

    Hi Rebecca! I love your blog!! ❤️❤️❤️ I started following you after our first visit to beloved Belize. We are planning our 4th visit this February and want to visit Flores and Tikal on the tail end of our trip thanks to your incredible posts about Guatemala. I start my day with you and look forward to every post. Keep up the excellent work! Lots of new stops on the agenda next year too thanks to you. Luv, luv, luv the photos. Amazing Belize 😎.

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