The people changed, the accommodations changed. One thing that was consistent for the four decades plus four years was a place for a fire around which conversations flowed effortlessly. A group portrait around the sacred pit seemed appropriate. Advertisements
The sign at Ak’bol restaurant is a sentiment I have held dear since I first heard it in the early 1980s. It is about peaceful coexistence between Humans and Earth Mother. I find that easier than peaceful coexistence with myself.
The vibe was decidedly reggae at Caye Caulker. The whole place felt laid back and chill.
Mara is the Cocotal Inn and Cabanas resort dog. She is known for walking people to restaurants then hanging around to walk the home afterward. She is unique.
One of the coolest situations we stumbled upon was a bay of Tarpon eager to accept fish offerings. These fish grow up to 280 pounds. The ones in the bay probably peaked around 50 pounds.
One of the joys of sitting in the same chair day after day is gaining situational awareness of the environment. This beauty spent quite a bit of time on the rocks at the edge of the water. It occupied quite a number of my photos and my attention.
Heron was so magnificent, he/she deserved at least two postings on this blog.
Last year in Belize, we saw rays as shadows skimming below the surface with gently undulating wings. This time, I was able to see a few from relatively close proximity. They are magnificent.