Early in the morning we headed over to the less developed Caye Caulker. Most accommodation required a minimum of 2 night stays, so we opted for beach front Tom's Hotel. It was adequate enough at $25usd and the lady was nice to us (everyone is in Belize). We walked around Caulker for a few hours (although you could do the a lap of the island in 30 minutes), then bar and hammocked hopped long funky beach front establishments. The beaches aren't as nice in Caulker as Ambergis, but the sea is calm, clear and warm. We ate at Marins, which is definitely recommended for serving up fresh homely filling dishes. We also discovered the local meat pies that the locals sell from their bikes. They don't beat Greggs sausage rolls, but we got our pastry fix :-).