Filed Under: Belize

Dead dolphin at La Jolla Shores, San Diego, California

Throwback Thursday: Dead Dolphins and Live Whale Sharks

It was with a smug superiority that I returned to vacation: living it up while climbing ruins, rafting rivers, and stalking whale sharks was the name of the game. To summarize:

The Belizean landscape was raw and rife with exotic wildlife.

The Mayan ruins were breathtaking and fabulous.

The whale sharks were one of the bigger disappointments of my diving career.

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Parrotfish in Curacao

The Best of 2012: My Year in Photos

2012 was a hell of a year. I settled in San Diego and got to know a ton of cool people. I was fortunate to travel to some really amazing places. Of course, there was quite a bit of diving. I saw some San Diego sunrises…   And some San Diego sunsets :)   I []

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Free diver with whale shark.

Diving with whale sharks in Placencia, Belize

Who wouldn’t want to swim with whale sharks? We certainly did–so when we realized that our anniversary trip to Belize was going to coincide with the May full moon (that is to say, smack in the middle of Belize whale shark season), we shuffled our itinerary around to include a couple of days in Placencia, []

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Spider Monkey on the New River, Belize

Belize: Altun Ha and Lamanai River Trip

In our first 24 hours in Belize, we got to two Mayan ruins sites, Altun Ha and Lamanai. In addition to the obvious historical coolness of Mayan ruins, a cool quality that people may not know is that you’re totally allowed to climb all over them. That would never happen in the States! I realized []

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