|Scott looking fabulous relaxes with a sundowner. We|
stayed a week at this beautiful spot. It got quite windy but
we found good protection from the east behind Long
|Hopefully you'll get an idea how beautiful the water is out in this pristine paradise - but the reality if much better. That's|
our buddy boat Emerald Seas anchored near us.
|Scott went diving every morning with Jim & Renate - they|
have a compressor on board to fill all the tanks.
|"Million Dollar Beach" on Long Caye|
|An informal dinghy raftup with two of the other boats at|
anchor with us.
|Renate tries hard to get the internet working at Hurricane|
Diving Resort on Long Caye. It rarely worked.
|Several groups of fisherman plied their trade around the|
Reef. We enjoyed meeting them
|Another beautiful sunset after a "green flash".|
|We traveled with 3 boats this trip - Emerald Seas,|
Cordelia and ourselves.
|These beautiful trails wander all over the island - signposts show the way.|
|This is the view over the treetops from the viewing platform|
Four thousand boobys roost here and this is nesting season.
In addition there is a rookery of magnificent frigate birds.
|Here's a baby booby - a fluffy white ball and not at all|
|And here's an adult.|
|Sunset beach looks out over the interior lagoon towards|
|The boobys prefer these Orange Flowered Ziricote Trees|
for their nest. Good taste!
|Ellen from Cordelia and Renate from|
|Two of the fisherman came over to sell us fish and stayed|
for lunch and a beer. It was a nice change from their rather
lonely and certainly long days fishing.