Shopping San Pedro, Belize: RubiMoon, A Step into A Beautiful World


I have been re-reading the book “Eat, Pray, Love” recently – and as usual – I am totally sucked in to the worlds of India and Bali.  For some INSANE reason…the Italy/EAT part of the book is nice but the one I would most quickly thumb through. The beauty, spirituality, foreign-ness of both of those twoKeep reading »

Happy Thanksgiving From Ambergris Caye, Belize


Happy Thanksgiving – a holiday not really celebrated by Belizeans but adopted a bit locally due to the influx of American residents and visitors. Plus – Food and football.  Friends, family, gratitude.  The one holiday where The Peanuts cartoons don’t annoy me. It’s just good stuff.  And I could go on and on about what I’m gratefulKeep reading »

Read all the Scoops

Some of my favorite Scoops!

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 »



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.

  • Kite Boarding/Kite Surfing
  • Charter Flights
  • Caving ( +ATM Cave)
  • 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