More of Belize

2:30 in the morning, and I was awakened by the rocking and rolling of the bed. And no it wasn’t Adrian gettin’ frisky! It was an earthquake. And it went on for a little while, too. How weird to feel the ground moving beneath you like that. After the movement stopped, Adrian and I just said, “wow, THAT was interesting.” Then rolled over and went back to sleep! This morning, though, we learn that most everyone else was out on the balconies, or scoping the ocean worrying about a tsunami. All while Adrian and I were blissfully asleep. To be fair we’d only had about 2 hours of sleep in the past 24 hours from all of the flying. But it certainly added to the excitement anyway. Apparently they hadn’t had an earthquake in 10 years. And not as big as this one. 7.1 they say.

Besides the eathquake, the trip has been aweseome so far.

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We’ve met some wonderful people. This is on the dock where we have supper.

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This is supper the first night. OMG, it was so good!

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This is where we’re staying. Our room is on the bottom right there.

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This is it tonight. I’m sitting out there on the porch on the lounge chair while I type this.

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This is where we have supper. So beautifullit up at night. I’ll try to get a decent non-flash photo but don’t hold your breath!

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The pool where we spend our afternoons. Love that pool bar.

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Took a boat tour this afternoon to a nearby island that Ringo Starr used to own.

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And this was his house!

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Adrian and I inside the house. Oh yeah, we’re sweaty!

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The residences from the pool. Our’s is the on the left.

That’s it for now. Gotta run.

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This is where we have breakfast.

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You can see Adrian there on the right in a blue/white shirt.

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My view from my seat at breakfast.

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About Debbie

I am a stay at home mom of 2 energetic children. I homeschool them as well. I have a great husband who, after 7 years of working away from, finally has a job where he is home every night. We are trying to learn how to live together again along with adjusting to the lower pay that came along with the job change.
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3 Responses to More of Belize

  1. Jen Boustead says:

    Wow it looks beautiful!! You are getting some great pictures and it is so great that you are doing so many tours!! Exciting! The food does look amazing! And the swim up bar….splendid!! Have a wonderful time today!!!

  2. poetoftheisles says:

    Wow, 😯 those photos are amazing and just look at the scenic beauty and sunshine.

    I can now understand why the British Army undertake training in Belize.

    Enjoy every moment and hope the earthquake had no serious effects on your vacation.

  3. Dawn says:

    How beautiful and what a great adventure, even the earthquake as it was experienced and had no adverse effects on you. Looks like an awesome time. Enjoy to the max.

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