WEIGHT: 53 kg
Services: Strap-ons, Tie & Tease, Hand Relief, French Kissing, Dinner Dates
After a few months of hard work at our day jobs while balancing the blog and home life, Eric and I were in desperate need of a getaway. I think the main lesson for me during this vacation was to unplug! The good news was internet connectivity was spotty. Just what I needed! Though it was tempting at first, I soon found myself only needing my phone to take a million, dreamy summer pictures. I even stopped paying attention to the time and what day it was.
I call that a success! I was really able to finally relax for once and engulf myself in the tropical paradise of San Pedro. San Pedro is a town on Ambergris Caye, which is the main island off of the shore of Belize and is a 15 minute plane ride from Belize City.
The food on the island has Latin, Caribbean and Indian influences. There are three languages spoken; English, Spanish, and Belizean creole.
Almost all Balizeans speak English due to Belize once being a part of Britain. On our way from Belize City to Ambergris Caye. The community center on Front Street. Golf carts and markets on Middle Street. Pack lightly and try to bring a carry on if you can — the airport can be quite chaotic. Make sure you do pack some coverage for your skin though. Enjoying the view at the Dive Bar after a day of snorkeling at Mexico Rocks with the family.
Resorts along the shore line of Ambergris Caye. The only good thing about the Palapa Bar and Grill were the inner-tubes. Aside from a sunburn here and there and a couple of hours without water in our condo, we fell in love with the beautiful ocean and people of San Pedro, Belize. We hope you got a little mini vacation just looking at these photos. Have you been to San Pedro, Belize? Please share your travel wisdom with our readers!