Finding the rhythm and beauty in San Pedro

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San Pedro transportation consists mainly of bicycles, golf carts and taxi  vans.
San Pedro transportation consists mainly of bicycles, golf carts and taxi vans.
The golf carts in particular are everywhere in San Pedro. Sometimes parking can be a challenge....as is staying our of their way as  pedestrian!
The golf carts in particular are everywhere in San Pedro. Sometimes parking can be a challenge….as is staying out of their way as a pedestrian!

On the water there are boats taking people everywhere -- off to other islands, over to the barrier reef for diving and snorkeling, to the mainland and up and down Ambergris Caye to homes and resorts in more remote sections.On the water there are boats taking people everywhere — off to other islands, over to the barrier reef for diving and snorkeling, or fishing, to the mainland, and up and down Ambergris Caye to homes and resorts in more remote sections.

Selling fresh caught fish on Back Street for $5 BZ a pound (That's $2.50 US)
Selling fresh caught fish on Back Street for $5 BZ a pound (That’s $2.50 US)
A majestic old house, a survivor of the faded glory of the British  colonial era, on Back Street.
A majestic old house, a survivor of the faded glory of the British colonial era, on Back Street.
Terrell is a street painter working on Barrier Reef Drive this morning. He'd just finished this painting of the corner directly behind him on which sits the Caribbean Connection Internet Cafe.
Terrell is a street painter working on Barrier Reef Drive this morning. He’d just finished this painting of the corner directly behind him on which sits the Caribbean Connection Internet Cafe.
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5 thoughts on “Finding the rhythm and beauty in San Pedro

    Kim Scholefield said:
    August 31, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Love the photos Bob! Have read everything you’ve written. Enjoying your discoveries, excitement & interest. Keep ’em coming please! xxxx

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      robertjhawkins1 responded:
      August 31, 2013 at 1:47 pm

      Thanks, Kim. You are our original expat inspiration! We miss you!

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    Karen Kelly said:
    August 31, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    I am so enjoying your blog. It is fun and amazing. Have fun in your search. Karen and Tom.

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      robertjhawkins1 responded:
      August 31, 2013 at 1:49 pm

      Hi Karen! Thanks for the encouragement. We hope you and Tom are settling in to Alexandria life and making great discoveries!

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    Monkey Bob bets on Belize | Bound for Belize said:
    September 10, 2013 at 7:58 am

    […] carry on, now back in San Pedro on Ambergris Caye for five days. Yes, without Monkey Bob, but still very much in love, even more […]

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