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Photo blog: Flying through the Air in Belize

6 November 2011 No Comment

Belize has a multitude of little sand islands, called cayes along its coast. The smaller cayes are nothing more than a pile of sand on some coral while the biggest one (Ambergris Caye) spans 40 by 1.6 km in size. Ambergris Caye is the most developed tourism destination in Belize with a big expat community enjoying fishing, scuba diving and hanging out at the pool.

Last week, I was fortunate enough to have to attend a training on Ambergris Caye. One of the perks of working in tourism is that you get to visit a lot of tourism destinations and nifty hotels.

On the way back (flying in a 9 seat Cessna) I took a couple of pictures of my commute from work:
From San Pedro to Belize City auf einer größeren Karte anzeigen

Little port on Ambergris Caye – Kleiner Hafen auf Ambergris Caye

The caye’s swamps, home to a million Moskitos – In diesen Sümpfen wohnen die Millionen Moskitos

More pretty swamps – Noch mehr schöne Sümpfe

Mesmerizing blue of the Caribbean Seas – das hypnotisierende Blau der Karibik

Cayes are coral atoll with sand on top and vegetation on top of that.

South tip of Ambergris Caye aka Cangrejo Caye – Südliche Spitze von Ambergris Caye namens Cangrejo Caye

Little boat inside the barrier reef – kleine Nußschale innerhalb des Riffs

Cangrejo Cay

Passing Caye Caulker – Wir fliegen an Caye Caulker vorbei

Stop at the international airport. Tropic air’s Cessna Caravan

Belize River

Little inland loop to fly from the international to the municipal airstrip – Kleine Runde über das Land auf dem Weg vom internationalen zum lokalen Flugplatz

Where Belize River meets the Caribbean Sea. Guess which one is which. – Hier trifft der Fluß auf’s Meer. Was ist wohl was?

Belize City Municipal Airstrip. – Der lokale Flugplatz.

About the Author

Holger is a management consultant turned volunteer. He loves to take pictures, run around in the sun, dive and he has never met a beer in his life he didn’t like.

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