We left San Pedro just before lunch time yesterday, in a small ‘Tropic Air’ plane, and this time, I really enjoyed the ride. the wind had dropped considerably since the last trip, and I just relaxed and enjoyed my last view of this beautiful place.
The little lonely house on the tip of the peninsula, waved a last goodbye, and we were on our way to Belize City.
Coming in to land, I got a good pic of the surrounding farmlands.
The airport is quite small, and has only a few shops, but I did find some very pretty porcelain mugs. One of them says ‘Belize’ on it, but underneath, it says ‘Made in China’. There doesn’t seem to be much that isn’t made in China these days? 😕 Anyway, I liked them, so I bought them.
I went to the restroom, and was rather puzzled when I saw this sign, as I walked in. The toilets were just normal ones, with the handle on the side, so I can’t imagine most people lifting up their foot high enough to push it down, let alone doing it with both feet at once. It conjured up a funny picture in my mind. 🙂
Our flight to Miami was only two hours long, and we had three seats for the two of us, which was perfect. Of course, I always get the window.
Approaching Miami, I could clearly see the high-rise beach condos along the shore line.
We collected our car and on the way home, stopped off at Target to buy some berries, milk, and a salad. Walking through the clothes section, we spotted our little blonde granddaughter smiling across at us.
Back home, there was just time to eat and unpack, before falling into bed. What a great holiday we had, and this morning, looking out of the window, I noted that nothing had changed whilst we’d been away.
I’ve done a mountain of laundry, and will start on the ironing when I’ve checked on a few of your blogs. I have 1,543 Emails in my inbox. 😯