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Beautiful Caye Caulker, Belize All the Way to the South End

Caye Caulker is a much bigger island than I’ve ever realized.  The internet is telling me 5 miles long.  There is the village…which is a perfect leisurely walk from end to end in just a few hours and many many stops.  But that is just the village.. There is the whole north side…which is just starting to getKeep reading »

Caye Caulker’s 2015 Lobsterfest Is A Total Island Celebration

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Caye Caulker is small enough and their Lobsterfest (THE ORIGINAL BELIZE FESTIVAL) is big enough so that it seems to take over the whole island.    Sun and sand, gorgeous water and swimming kids, loud music, dancing and tons of food and drink – there is something for everyone and it’s a full family affair. SinceKeep reading »

San Pedro Snapshot Saturday and Sun?

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It has been a grey week and the last two days, we’ve seen quite a bit of rain.  Which reminds me that the rainy season is SO HARD TO DEFINE.  Actually, that’s not true…it’s quite easy.  Hurricane season (or “the season that can be rainy”) is June 1st to November 30th.  It CAN rain during thisKeep reading »

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Why Belize?

You are thinking about vacation (who isn’t?).  Why choose tiny Belize?  Here are eight reasons why I think Belize rocks.  See if you agree… KEEP READING »

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Trips and Tours

While some plan a trip to Belize to just lay in a hammock, drink a frozen cocktail and relax, most  like to take advantage of all the activities Belize has to offer.  Whether it’s mainland trips to the ruins or jungle, repelling down waterfalls, visiting the Belize Zoo or snorkeling the reef, there are plenty of things to do for people of all ages and all levels of thirst for adventure.

  • Parasailing
  • Snorkeling
  • Cave Tubing
  • Manatee Watching
  • SCUBA Diving
  • Maya Ruins
  • Sailing on A “Old School” Belizean Sail Boat
  • The Belize Zoo
  • Zip Lining
  • Catamaran Sailing
  • Traveling Latin America

    Though I live in full-time in Belize, there are so many amazing countries close by.  I’ve been to Mexico quite a few times but over the past year, I’ve tried to see as many as I could.  Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia… I’ve barely scratched the surface.

    Mayan Ruins