Visual Adventure: Caye Caulker

Visual Adventure: Caye Caulker

Hammocks, sunsets and sea shells: Wanderer-in-Residence Gary Arndt learns what it means to “go slow” on this Caribbean island.

By Gary Arndt

In 2012, I took two weeks off to process some photos from recent travels, and to relax. I decided to spend that time in Caye Caulker, Belize, where the motto is “go slow.” It’s a sentiment that applies to everything on the island, from transportation (there are no cars here) to the attitude, and even the internet.

Here are some of the images I captured during my stay.

I took a nap one day and woke up just in time for sunset. This scene unfolded right outside my window. Bleary-eyed, I grabbed my camera and took this photo of a mangrove tree. Afterwards, I immediately went to back to bed.

 

 

Given its location just south of Mexico and close to the coast, Caye Caulker gets its fair share of visiting pleasure craft.
Given its location just south of Mexico and close to the coast, Caye Caulker gets its fair share of visiting pleasure craft.

 

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