Go ahead Sarteneja, take a little piece of my heart…

February 25, 2011

Sometimes places are just the way they are supposed to be.   I’ll let the photos speak for themselves…

Fading from top to bottom, left to right, just blue blue blue blue...

Homemade crab dumplings, thanks to Jamie's wife...

Snooze pups facing up to the pace in Sarteneja...

Nighttime jive (around a bicycle, naturally)...

A Sunday stroll through town to check out the schools and building of a fishing boat...

...which knocked my socks off...

The precision and angling were truly captivating. When I grow up, I want to learn how to build a boat like this...

Ground cover of clovers...

Silke...

Evan and Sarah...

And our very gracious host Jamie, who had spotted us riding the day before as he headed home from work as a lobster diver. Once he reached his humble house, he loaded his kids on his bike and came to find us in town. We stretched out in the town's playground late into the night, listening to stories of his life growing up in Belize City to his present occupation, the special boats built in town and the way of life round those part. We also were let to camp on his yard and spend our Sunday with him and his family....

Days end…
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3 Responses to “Go ahead Sarteneja, take a little piece of my heart…”

  1. c$ said

    that blue blue blue is amazing…i can’ stop lookin at it. just friggin fabulous. ❤

  2. Lily Russo said

    wow its so great to see you guys back on the rode having an amazing time!! the photo of the boa is totally incredible. silke is inspiring. i love you!

    • kellymariedonlan said

      lil! still in nj. we head back on the 8th to cancun and then plan to hitch back to our bikes (in belize) from there. isn’t that boa insane?!! got a few pictures of new jersey i will post soon… some including hubert! 🙂

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