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Caye Caulker- tiny, charming, go slow

Caye Caulker- tiny, charming, go slow

For what Caye Caulker lacks in size it more than makes up for in charm. Caulker is tiny but there is an abundance of beautiful hand painted signs, artists and craftsmen, restaurants and food carts, palm trees on white sand, laid back bars, sun bathing iguanas and wandering chickens. There is a school and a couple grocery stores and a bunch of guest houses and small hotels.  I don’t know what it would be like to live full time on such a tiny island but Caulker has me…

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