Here's Jenny and Molly doing their pool skills
Here's Drew with Junior working on his next certification. Believe it or not Drew was 8 and Junior introduced him to Padi bubble makers for his first dive experience. He's grown up a little bit since then!
after that we headed to pick up supplies on the preferred method of transportation
in San Pedro - golf cart!
Supermarket nearby us
back to the beach for a spell....life's tough
Sunday's are big beach BBQ days in Belize so we headed off to Estel's on the beach for a fabulous BBQ lunch of chicken and ribs.
Oceanfront dining. Not too shabby
Dinner at Hidden Treasure. So let's say the food was a treasure but the hour and a half long wait to get it was NOT! Don't go hungry... you may pass out before you see your food!
beautiful downtown San Pedro
We took a break from diving as the weather was pretty rough and headed to Saga Humane Society where my sweet dog Mango came from almost 4 years ago!
I brought a GIANT 50 pound duffel bag filled with goodies for the shelter there including poop scoops, thermometers, leashes, collars and lots of dog and cat toys, treats and bones.
This is Ingrid Lima who runs the shelter and is a fantastic advocate for the animals!
Off we go to Fort Dog to gather up the older dogs and take them for a walk!
These dogs are so happy and grateful to get a walk on the beach and escape from those kennels!
walking dogs on a hot day makes you sweaty and gross! Time to cool off with a margarita on the beach!
FINALLY! I get a pic of me! Camp photographer always gets left out!
Molly photobombing me...
Time for a dip in the pool!
afternoon Pantyrippers at RoadKill bar!
The day was topped off with perfection with dinner at Wild Mango's! Our favorite favorite island restaurant and our Saga dogs namesake!
Another tough 2 days in paradise!