Party at Hol Chan
Yesterday was a perfect day for a pot luck partyÂ on the Seaduced Catamaran. We had lots to celebrate – end of Lobsterfest – Mitch’s birthday and One Caribbean Weather crew coming down to film us. Started out with breakfast for everyone at Changes in Latitudes then we all went and got out potluck stuff and headed to the boat. Luckily while at breakfast tq called from Lazy Croc and we got her to pick up 2 lbs of pulled pork to bring on the boat.
I got an email from Mike today and thought it was fitting to add in this Hol Chan post as it is about getting everyone to come out to the ACCSD [Ambergris Caye Citizens for Sustainable Development] meeting tomorrow night 5pm at Sunbreeze against offshore drilling. Presentations will be given by – Program for Belize – Healthy Reefs and Oceana.
Hello San Pedro Friends,
As I mentioned to many of you, I attended a really impressive event at the Radisson in Belize a couple of weeks ago about the various consequences related to offshore oil drilling. Usually I fall asleep at these things, but this one I was seriously on the edge of my seat the entire time. It was not only really educational, it was entertainment. I mean, at the end of the presentations, the crowd went nuts.
Especially if you are a business owner or work in tourism, which is pretty much everyone I know here, then you should definitely come and show your support. Everyone I talked to about the presentation regrets that they didn’t come with me to Belize City, so don’t miss this one!
Tuesday (tomorrow) 5pm at Sunbreeze. Presenters are from Program for Belize, Healthy Reefs, and Oceana.
Let me know if you have any questions. For more info please read the article on Ambergris Daily.
Snorkeling Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley was great. I chose just to float and handed my underwater camera over to Forrest and tq who did a great job of snapping some fish pics. Rob had RLD’s camera and I am sure he got some good pics as well [feel free to email some for the blog when you are home and settled Rob] It was Rob’s first time snorkeling and he was duck diving like a pro.