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Sailing Belize

Now that Cindy is back Molly is still loving that we are upstairs and she keeps coming up to visit. Tonight she tried to fool us and was doing her best to look like she was in desperate need of a meal – we figured since she has some kibble down still she was ok. A while later Cindy came up and told us that as soon as she had fed her Molly came barreling up here – sneaky dog. Now Basil [the cat] just dropped in for a visit.

I refilled the hummingbird feeders on the weekend and used about a cup of sugar to make simple syrup for the two feeders and Paul keeps joking about how the birds are going crazy over it and getting drunk from my mixture. I will have to start taking some bird pics soon we are getting so many.

Anyone still writhing 2010 for date by accident? All day long I kept double checking to make sure I did not make that mistake and so far so good – hopefully that means it will not happen.

Today’s pictures of Carole’s Friends Eric – Catherine and their 2 kids Coralie & Malix. They are here on vacation for a bout a month – started out on the island at Royal Palms on the beach. They are gearing up to go Sail Belize  in a TMM 5 day charter this Sunday – lucky kids to have such great vacation planners for parents.

With the  the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and the second longest in the world –  Belize offers fabulous calm-water sailing adventures. Belize is truly a heavenly Caribbean sailing experience there are over 175 cayes an a vast amount of wildlife to explore. After Sailing the crew will go travel on the mainland for a bit and then come back to ambergris Caye again.

TMM Sailing Belize – 7 day sail in Caribbean Paradise.

Home to the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere and the second longest in the world, Belize offers fabulous calm-water sailing

6 comments

  1. This just reminded me – when we first turned up someone told us about being nice to people on the island and said you never know who the guy raking the beach is the cousin of – small island.

  2. Emily (@EmilySNC)

    Agree totally with Renee. Thanks so much to the men who rake that grass! More often than not, they were so friendly when my husband and I biked through where they were raking in the hot sun. Definitely a tough job and has to be redone day after day.

  3. Good to know Gwen I will have to check how many cups of water between the 2 feeders it is probably close to 4 to fill both might be slightly more.

  4. LOL about your hummers getting drunk! The recipe should be four to one. One cup of sugar would do four cups of water. It wouldn’t do good to get them used to too much sugar. :))

  5. Kudos to all the workers who rake that turtle grass every morning. It seems a thankless job… indeed, a never ending one. Let’s all take a moment to greet these folks or give them a smile to let them know they are appreciated!

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