CAYE CAULKER: More Local Color

Walking down the beach--palm trees compete with the sand and the sea for natural beauty

Walking down the beach–palm trees compete with the sand and the sea for natural beauty

A picture is worth a thousand words–here are some random pix that wind

Modern building, condos I think--another example of the colors of Caye Caulker

Modern building, condos I think–another example of the colors of Caye Caulker

up our adventure on Caye Caulker. Coming up next: About Belize City.

Looking out at The Split--cut between north and south sides of the island, popular area for swimming

Looking out at The Split–cut between north and south sides of the island, popular area for swimming

Even the vendor signs are colorful--this is for Ragamuffin that does snorkeling adventures

Even the vendor signs are colorful–this is for Ragamuffin that does snorkeling adventures

Youth hostel--note swing benches

Youth hostel–note swing benches

Drinking is a popular beach sport as well, LOL--Belikin is the local favorite beer

Drinking is a popular beach sport as well, LOL–Belikin is the local favorite beer

Ms Paula--our favorite vendor with our favorite Caye Caulker souvenirs...shirts she hand-painted for us

Ms Paula–our favorite vendor with our favorite Caye Caulker souvenirs…shirts she hand-painted for us

Ms Paula's "Go Slow" sign--think the other is for her husband's tour biz

Ms Paula’s “Go Slow” sign–think the other is for her husband’s tour biz

This man carves a little of everything--we bought a bowl and spoon made from a conch shell

This man carves a little of everything–we bought a bowl and spoon made from a conch shell

Our last dinner on Caye Caulker--grilled to order lobster and sailfish at Rosie's Bar and Grill...OMG soooo good!

Our last dinner on Caye Caulker–grilled to order lobster and sailfish at Rosie’s Bar and Grill…OMG soooo good!

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