I’ve just arrived in Caye Caulker, Belize. A caye, also spelled cay or key, is a small, low-elevation, sandy island formed on the surface of a coral reef. And that’s exactly what Caye Caulker is – a small sandy island in the Caribbean Sea off the Belizean mainland.
Umm. What to do now? A Caye Caulker dilemma. I’m not into getting wet so for me there’s absolutely nothing to do here save for avoiding melanoma and/or cirrhosis of the liver – there’s a real Caribbean feel here & shiver me timbers, there are rum bottles everywhere.
– Excerpt from GoCayeCaukler.com
Arriving at Caye Caulker, Belize. Day 434 http://t.co/D6yEwUlC0S #belize #cayecaulker #travel #beach #caribbeansea pic.twitter.com/9KTL1rpFS2
— davidMbyrne.com (@ByrneDavidM) May 13, 2013
I wasn’t planning on coming to Caye Caulker but now that I am I’ll be riding out the rest of my days in Belize right here – that’s 3 nights, starting tonight. Right I’m off; my first Caye Caulker 4-hour happy hour has begun.