Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker Weekends Kardashian Style!‏

There has been much back and forth – rumors galore – around the Lazy Lizard at the Split in Caye Caulker.  I’ve written a handful of blogs about the saga (take a look just after this post.)   Electricity removed, liquor license revoked, closed down for a few weeks, open but not serving alcohol and nowKeep reading »

Answers? A Trip Back To Caye Caulker – Two Times in Two Days

Yesterday I posted about the rumors swirling around the Split at Caye Caulker and about how I thought the easiest way to get the answer about whether or not it was being developed was to ask the owner. I got a bit of negative feedback about this post.  About my superior attitude, general nosey-ness.  About howKeep reading »

Catamaran Sail to Caye Caulker on A Very Windy Day

Today is starting just as yesterday did.  Windy (with gusts up to 25mph), waves crashing over the reef, warm and hazy.  And yesterday, as over 20 kayaks took off from the back side of San Pedro to start the brutal 40 mile, 2 day Eco-Challenge, I decided to let someone else do all my boating work.  IKeep reading »

Blue Skies, Blue Water, A Friday Afternoon in Caye Caulker

I am sounding a bit like a skipping record and am WAY over using the word GORGEOUS.  Perhaps I need to switch things up a bit word-wise.  But the weather in Belize right now is just perfection.  Yesterday my friend and I took an early afternoon boat ride over to Caye Caulker. Everyone seemed toKeep reading »

Friday Afternoon & A Minister’s State Funeral in Caye Caulker, Belize

Friday afternoon in Caye Caulker has become an almost regular thing for me.  A water taxi ride over, lunch, a walk down to the Split, perhaps a bag of donuts, meet some friends at the Friday afternoon jam session…it’s like a mini-vacation.  (Take a look at this prior post:  A Proposed Caye Caulker Friday AfternoonKeep reading »

Caye Caulker: Checking out A Few Hotels

Caye Caulker is absolutely teaming with people.  And it’s a hot spot for lots of reasons.  One is the definitely the affordable hotels.  They have a wide range of spots to stay starting with a bunch of hostels and rustic cabins to smarter hotels.  There are so many to check out so I decided toKeep reading »

A Weekend Walk Around Caye Caulker, Belize: Looking Good

I spent just 4 hour on Caye Caulker on Saturday afternoon.  I left on a gorgeous day and as the hours went by, the grey moved in.  But I covered lots of ground, ate plenty and the caye looked gorgeous.  Clean, freshly painted, lots of new businesses…the islanders really got ready for the “busy season”Keep reading »

San Pedro Scoop: My Best of 2013 – Part Four & A Bit of Christmas

I’m no longer going to apologize for the endless quality this series is taking on.  I’m just going to dive back into it.  I hope everyone had a very very Merry Christmas.  Mine took place at a beautiful beach front condo south of town… Sun, lobster & steak, really great friends that I’m lucky toKeep reading »

San Pedro Scoop: My Best of 2013 – Part Two

Yesterday I meant to do a recap of my year (Part ONE) and going through pictures, I made it through 2 months only.  I guess I was busier than I thought in 2013.  Not a bad thing…not a bad thing at all… SAP ALERT!  Belize is really the coolest country ever.  I spent about 5Keep reading »