Spent the last 4 days here in Placencia. It's a small resort at the tip of a peninsula in southern Belize. Got some pretty crap accommodation for the first night. Looked nice enough at first and was pretty cheap, nice old rickety wooden house, with private bathroom. Shower didn't work though, and when I asked the guy what he was going to do about it he said it couldn't be fixed, but helpfully provided us with a bucket and a bowl, and demonstrated how to scoop water from the bucket and pour it over my head with the bowl. Also, there was a power cut during the night and so we woke up with the fan not working and literally swimming in sweat. So we moved into a much better place, more expensive but has its own fridge, so making lunches.
Not done much other than sit on the beach whilst we've been here, lying under palm trees which line it, and drinking the local rum at night. Food is really good, all fresh fish which is nice, not tried the local delicacies of Conch or Gibnut (small rodent-like creature - Jenny says they're endangered). Bought some fishing line and went fishing off the peir at the port yesterday. It was amazing. Whilst we were there, we saw giant sting rays and dolphins swimming literally just below our feet. Also, we were both successful with the fishing. Catching tropical fish. Felt a bit bad for them because we weren't very good at getting the hooks out, and I got a bit excited on the first catch and yanked the line and just about took it's face off. Hook was through it's eye. Managed to get it out eventually and throw it back in, but no sooner had it hit the water than a massive baracuda swam past and ate it. Was good fun though.
Leaving here tomorrow, by boat, which I'm not particularly looking forward to. Heading for Honduras.