View to the sea from Tobacco Caye
When you wake to a view like this, who could complain?
We woke that morning to the sound of seagulls calling and a gentle breeze blowing across our sea salt-encrusted skin.
The island holds probably one hundred or so human residents, plus several dozen of the most laid-back dogs on the planet. Most of the islandís houses, interspersed between the plethora of beautiful, shady palm trees, are elevated to avoid damage from flooding.
The children of the island enjoy the sandy streets, playing games of tag and basketball, similar to any other neighborhood in the world (except for maybe the sandy streets part) and are more than happy to have a traveler or two join them in their games.
Photographs by The Time-crunched Traveler.
Here is the the whole story, Come Sail Away: Belize Raggamuffin Tour, Day Three and also
Late-night surprises on Tobacco Caye: Belize Raggamuffin Tour, Day Two
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