Saturday, July 19, 2014

Business, Island Style

Things move at a different pace on a Carribean island. On our recent trip to Ambergris Caye in Belize, we decided to explore the other side of our resort (as opposed to the beach side), the road that runs behind and into the town of San Pedro. So, we rented bikes and headed out.
Along the way, we decided to stop for drinks at a grocery store. Next to the store, we found Aurora's Grill.
Aurora's Grill, by Reed A. George
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS5
iso 100, f4.3, 1/250
The only problem? No Aurora. No one at all working the grill, even though it was about lunch time. Oh, wait a minute - look over there.
Aurora's Staff?, by Reed A. George
Panasonic Lumix DMC-TS5
iso 100, f4.7, 1/60
I just didn't have it in me to wake either of them up to ask if they worked at Aurora's. So, after a drink and ice cream from the market next door, we got back on our bikes and moved on.
The little DMC-TS5 waterproof, everything-proof camera was easy to slide into my pocket for the bike ride. Pretty handy.