I know I’m repeating myself here but…end of August, September, October…it’s the Slow Season in Belize. And much of the Caribbean. It’s the stormy season – the heart of the hurricane season. And though that DOES NOT MEAN RAIN ALL DAY, it means the chances are higher. That you might have a rainy morning…or more likely, rain at night. Or…a few times a month, a full rainy day.
Heavy rain means the rain lilies bloom and things are green…it’s a pretty time of year.
It’s the time when those who visit, many in the States and Canada, are taking off their summer shorts and flip-flops and putting on their “adult pants”. Time to head back to work and school…summer vacation is over and the weather, in general, is about to cool off. Less vacations…more “real life”. The HEAVY vacation planning starts with the first frost…maybe the second.
Plus, the Delta variant has put a big Delta-damper on all things – including travel planning. (I obviously was premature when I posted my Post-COVD Bucket List in May of this year…but doesn’t hurt to plan!)
Since I haven’t done this in a while, I thought I’d make a list of the good stuff. The great TV shows, books and podcasts I’ve enjoyed this summer.
If you see me driving with my headphones on – I’m DEFINITELY listening to a podcast.
Photos taken in the last week or so!
How to train a dragon fruit cactus (below) – trying to get it to climb the tree.
Table of Contents
Books I’ve Loved
I’ve read 57 books so far this year – and while not quite on track to beat my 2020 Pandemic induced record of 96,
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