THE HOTEL RE-Opens on Ambergris Caye, Belize

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“The Hotel” was built as a high-end resort and has been in the works for about five years.  It is located just over the bridge on a very pretty lagoon side piece of property and has stunning ocean and lagoon/sunset views.  Two years ago, it was almost complete.  Molly Malone’s, an Irish bar (the ownerKeep reading »

Middle Street San Pedro Finds – Art and Ice

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As many of you know, the town of San Pedro, Belize has three main roads – The Front Street, Middle Street and the Back Street.  Each has more recently been renamed but I never hear anyone refer to these streets as Tarpon Street or…I don’t even remember the other names.  It’s easiest to keep themKeep reading »



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Why Belize?

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

Diving with Sharks

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.

  • 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