Prince Harry's quick tour of Belize ended in Saturday afternoon, 23 hours after it began.
But, however short, the trip was memorable and probably most important, it garnered Belize headlines all over the world - most notably for the few cultural dances that the Prince got into.
We look back at some of the highlites from his brief tour:
Monica Bodden Reporting
The prince started out his visit meeting the head of state, the head of government and the leader of the opposition.
The prime minister and his wife also had a casual unofficial conversation with him in the VIP room.
01:18 Prince Harry arrived at Belize house on Saturday evening for the formal occasion of reviewing the Diamond Jubilee stamp edition - chronicling his grandmother's 60 year reign.
Not far away on Cohune Walk, fans clutching the Union Jack and the Belize Flag, waited for a Guayabera clad prince - casually dressed for an evening of fun as dozens of international media waited for the money shot, when the prince broke free for a spontaneous moment
And even when the prince played hard to get - this very persistent dancer pulled him in and got him to bend a knee and take a twirl audio in a brukdown bram.
That seemed to loosen things up and the Prince even pinched a conch fritter with his bare hands which seemed to be slightly spicy, so he had to take some water but not before scarfing down another
And the looser he got, the more the fans screamed, the more the crush of spectators pushed - to see and touch this celebrity monarchy, a young prince on his first official tour for his grandmother, the aging monarch.
Maybe this sign said it all as the crowds were the same way the next morning at the Belize side of the western boarder
16:21 At Xunantunich, the Prince mopped his brow as he got a guided tour of Xunantunich from archaeologist Dr. John Morris - even as a marching band shrieked in the background.
And while he didn't dance the deer dance, he climbed a few temples - saw the sights and put the lens of the world on Belize.
Back at Price Barracks, Captain Wales as he is called in the military, hopped unto the vessel Temash
He ended his visit at 3:00 on Saturday afternoon laying a wreath at a BATSUB memorial and snapping a photograph with the expatriate community and the handful of Belize's World War 2 veterans.
And with that, it was off to the airport - ending a 22 hour whirlwind trip.
After Belize, Prince Harry travelled to the Bahamas and landed in Jamaica today...