The flight from Orlando to Atlanta to Belize wasn’t so bad but there was a storm and we had to land in San Pedro, Honduras to refuel. I was a little scared but I knew it would work out.
I shared a taxi with a nice Canadian couple from the airport to the ferry and they told me all about the different Cayes. They said that Ambergis Key had all the resorts and night life and Caye Caulker had the laid back hippie stuff. My life had been go, go, go for so long, I knew I wanted to just sit and relax in Caye Caulker.
It was a $6 and 45 minute ferry from Belize City to Caye Caulker and by the time I got there, it was dark and raining. There aren’t any paved roads or street lights and it took me a while to find my hostel. The hostel looked like a shed and I couldn’t find the main check in so I found a hotel instead.
For dinner, I walked down a sandy path and found a$2.50 beer and the first of many $10 lobsters.
If you know me, you know that pretty much nothing in my world is allowed to actually go according to plan. I put my heart on the line from Detroit to New York and I knew it wasn’t going to go well. The drive to Niagara Falls turned into a long night in Columbus, Ohio and the day from Niagara to Boston turned into a direct drive to Manhattan.
August 25, 2018
Funny when you realize your Mr. Big is actually the Dennis to your Liz Lemon, ha!
Cheers and thank you for getting me from Detroit to New York and for letting this go.
I went to see if there was anything to do between Denver and Memphis aaaaaaand, just as I thought, there wasn’t much.
In case you were wondering, Arkansas is actually really beautiful even if it’s super humid and hella south. Lol the humidity actually turned Piccolo into a fur rug for the week. The best part was hitting a 42kg PR on my snatch.
Anyway, here’s a bunch of pics of me being cute or whatever.
I’m sorry, I’m a child, I laughed at this gas station.
Natalie is a California Bay Area born blogger moving to Manhattan after five years in Seattle. She is passionate about yoga and weightlifting but impossible to keep in one state for more than a month. Continue reading “About Us”