The real adventures of a boy and his borderline incompetent father. Join them as they travel the world and they try to laugh, learn and mostly avoid getting eaten by the local wildlife.

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  • Shark Dive Going HomeDay five, the dives are over and it’s time to go home. There was some hope of squeezing in one last set of dives, but the visibility was terrible, no sharks care around and there was a storm a brewin’. Before we left, the captain took us on a...
  • Shark dive dive days.The shark dive dive days are probably best told together. There are just not enough random things for us to do on a boat, and all three days are pretty well scripted so it’s hard for even me and Sander to get into much trouble. Furthermore, if 14...
  • The BoatSo we make our way down the coast and finally pull up to the boat. Only we weren’t allowed to get out until the Customs Agent said it was OK. This is where I should have realized that Mexico doesn’t care who enters the country, but they really...
  • Shark Dive Day DosDay Two starts promptly at 4.30 A.M. HOORAY!!! Here’s how my morning went down.Sander didn’t go to sleep until 11.30 P.M. because he was all hopped up on Shark Dive anticipation (if I ever create an energy drink to compete with Red Bull, or Qui...
  • Sharks! Day Uno.So the big day arrives for my and Sander’s biggest adventure yet. We’re going to go cage diving with Great White Sharks (or the latin, Sharkus Gigantus). Not only does this involve the afore mentioned Great White Sharks, but Mexico. And nothin...
  • on Sep 22, 2008
  • Day 6. Going home.
    on Aug 15, 2008 in Placencia-Belize-Summer 2008
    So our little adventure comes to an end. So we pack up, say goodbye to our little resort and head to the cab. In true Belizian fashion, we have to wait so the cabbie can troll the streets and pick up a few more passengers. Eventually, we all load...
  • Day 5. Guiding Light?
    on Aug 14, 2008 in Placencia-Belize-Summer 2008
    Now we arrive at Day Five (actually took me a few minutes to work out the rhyme, I hope you appreciate it). Day Five is the perfect example of how “disaster” and “fun” are in the eye of the beholder. Sander loved Day Five (except for the fi...
  • Day 4. Catch-up Day.
    on Aug 13, 2008
    Day four was a rest day. We were supposed to head to the Monkey River (which took our mind) but it was absolutely pouring that morning and the trip was cancelled. Not much happened that day; we played Mexican Train with the neighbors (Sander came i...
  • Day 3 (part two)
    on Aug 9, 2008 in Placencia-Belize-Summer 2008
    Everyone was still abuzz when we pulled into the reef for lunch. Fun thing about this lunch trip is that the Park Ranger’s boat isn’t working. So our guides jump on and fix his engine. Then we lash our boats together, along with another boat,...
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