From the ancient Mayan complex of Cahel Pech in the west,
to the 5-acre paradise of Tobacco Caye off the southern coast,
it’s hard to Belize how wonderful these last few days have been, as this country is a different creature altogether. We traveled by painted former American school buses,
past banana and orange plantations, and through thick jungle.
English, Creole, Garifuna, Spanish, and Mayan languages all mesh into one barely decipherable mumble, but boy are people friendly!
And so, for your viewing pleasure, here are some photos of
In the courtyard at Cahel Pech, San Ignacio
Even in historic Mayan ruins, Jordan is always getting ahead of me.
Even the fire engines seem tropical! San Ignacio
Full moon on Tobacco Caye, y muchos besos!
Our beautiful beach side cabana, Tobbacco Caye
The sun makes everything better.
A last look from our private paradise porch, and now, for an extrodinarily long journey...