|This is the Airport Office
|Jessica packed light...she had to head back to college and only had 3 nights
|The plane is not huge, but it is a turbine motor and not a reciprocating motor
|On the way home we decided to tour the less businessy part of Caye Caulker
|We had to laugh at living room furniture out on a pier
|Past the airport there is no public electricity nor is there any public water....the lots are bigger and we stumbled on a huge estate for sale.
|We heard the guy has lived here for 20 years and kept improving the place the whole time. You can see the solar panels that run the place.
|Caye Caulker is filled with cute signs everywhere
|We happened upon a particularly festive fence
|Finally it was time for lunch and we needed to hurry and eat to catch the ferry
|Cara went and checked us out while we finished up lunch
|The Ferry was big and we settled in for ride back to Belize City.
|There was a lady with 5 little kids who all slept on the trip. The little boy's feet kept falling off
the bench, so Cara just put them on her lap so he could sleep well.
|On the drive home we decided to stop at Lamanai Chocolate.
|Overall the quality of the product, the prices, and the whole experience left us pretty unimpressed
|We chilled out at the bar at www.VillaRisingSun.com where our friends stayed in Hopkins.
|We checked them into www.VillaRisingSun.com towards the end of the day
After that we walked over to a local restaurant and chowed down on some Burgers.....No pictures were taken.