Feeding Fish at Caye Caulker, Belize
Belize City and its Landmark Lighthouse
Flying to Dangriga
Hunting Caye, Belize
Puerto Barrios Cemetery, Guatemala
Break of Dawn in Livingston, Guatemala
River Dulce (Rio Dulce)
Castillo de San Felipe
We took a series of rides down the Belizian coastline in small light aircraft.
Seen from the air, some of the beautiful uninhabited cayes that border the Belizian coastline.
A basic Belizian wooden fishing boat almost identical to the Justin B.
Dangriga, where the Justin B and its passengers stopped for a week to collect ballast.
The wreckage yard in Dangriga where Boston picked up the engines he used to drown Chris and Peta. Vince (l), Orlando Carnegie (our Fixer) and Dan (r).
Dangriga and its lush coastline seen from the air.
Vince (l), Dan (r) and me took a boat out to Hunting Caye.
Hunting Caye - bleached white sand and crystal blue sea lapping its coastline.
Russell Boston describes their arrival: "We took the boat in slowly as the caye is surrounded by coral reef."
Down from our hotel in Punta Gorda, I took an early morning dip in the palm fringed warm waters.
Making landfall in the port of Puerto Barrios in Guatemala.
Entering the cemetery in Puerto Barrios, we were mindful of grave robbers and mosquitos.
Seeing their pathetic, crude headstones made the futility of their deaths even greater.
This remote corner was shaded by the ceiba tree (the national tree of Guatemala).
The first of either family to visit their graves, I felt honoured to be here.
The Guatemalan wildlife is as lush as the vegetation – a pelican at rest.
Livingston, where Boston had at one time talked of putting Chris and Peta ashore.
A shrimping boat complete with heron and pelican.
In the distance, Cabo de Tres Puntas Peninsula - off which drowned Chris and Peta.
Vince, Dan and me.