Approaching the island of Caye Caulker
The palm trees lined the beach, it was beautiful.
This sweet little girl fell asleep in my arms. She and her sister were going with their dad to Caye Caulker to pick up their brother. She told me she wasn't sleepy.
This is her sister, they sat in the back with us so they could pet our dogs.
We were having a little engine trouble before we left the dock, but the guys had it running in no time and we were on our way to Caye Caulker.
Caye Caulker is only about 4 miles long and unlike Ambergris Caye where we live, there are no cars or paved roads. Everyone gets around by walking (barefoot is preferred), biking or golf carts. The golf carts are actually the taxi's in Caye Caulker.
This is what you get if you need a taxi in Caye Caulker. I think they are kind of cute with their bright yellow color.
We had breakfast at this resturant that was owned by a very nice Cuban family.
The food was really good and I was hungry for pancakes.
This was the only vegetable stand I saw.
Chalkboards advertising lots of good things to eat and drink.
Caye Caulker is a cozy little island with only about 1800 people. It is much more laid back than Ambergris Caye. Brightly colored hotels, restaurants and shops lined the beach.
I loved this small backpackers hotel.
This little boy was roasting and entire pig over the fire. That's a pretty "hot" job if you ask me.
Laundry hung high up in the trees.
The Lazy Lizard located at the split.
You could snorkel right off the beach.
They even have a outdoor cinema which is great unless it is raining.
How would you like to own this boat?
They still had a payphone in Caye Caulker.
It was time to head back home to San Pedro.