Caye Caulker, Belize

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Caye Caulker is a lonely flat island offshore of  Belize. 

The Caye is a part of the Belizian Barrier Reef, the second largest barrier reef to the Australian Great Barrier Reef!

The island is one mile wide and five miles wide and has an interesting history. Tourism is their sustainable industry!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caye_Caulker

You don’t fly there, you don’t drive there, you take a boat there…

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It’s one of the little offshore dots!

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One hour from Belize City by motor boat

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Will get you to Downtown Caye Caulker Village

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Our Boat awaits us while we eat lunch by the Cemetery

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There is a phone booth on Main Street

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You can stay in a bungalow by the beach

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The Traffic Control Committee keeps the golf carts in line

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You can purchase supplies at the Friendship Shopping Center

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30 little hotels on the beach

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There is a police presence

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You can eat the…

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About rsingram

Environmental Specialist, Disaster Reservist, Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, Para-Archeologist
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