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Hidden Valley Wilderness Lodge: The New Villas, the Endless Property, THE FOOD Will Blow You Away

June 19th, 2024

I fell in love with Belize during my first visit to Ambergris Caye 18 years ago…with the sun, the beach,…

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Faces of Belize

24 Hours in Belmopan, Belize

August 20th, 2023

Belmopan: How I Got There, Where I Stayed And Where I Ate Belmopan is the capital of Belize. One of…

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My 12 Different & Fantastic Resort and Rental Home Stays All Over Belize In 2021

December 27th, 2021

Belize Navidad everyone!  Happy Holidays, Happy New Year, and Happy…well…Forever.  While I’m not a huge fan of the many Belize-inspired…

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The Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize: My Idea of Perfection in Belize and then Better

September 28th, 2021

Last week, to celebrate Belize’s 40th year of independence (on September 21st), Jeff and I headed out to western Belize…

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San Ignacio Resort Hotel: What a Perfect Location to Explore Belize’s Cayo District

April 22nd, 2021

Step out of town and Into the Jungle…Literally!  San Ignacio Resort in the Cayo District, Belize Last week, I took…

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A Dreamy Long Weekend At Gaia River Lodge in Western Belize

June 3rd, 2020

After over 2 months spent within a few hundred feet of my couch and computer, it felt glorious to get…

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Hidden Valley Inn & Reserve: One of the Most Magical Spots in Belize

May 31st, 2017

Hidden Valley Inn is a Special Spot in a Special Country Belize is an amazing country – just about 70 miles…

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San Ignacio, Cayo, Belize: The Changes, The Restaurants and My Guesthouse

July 26th, 2016

San Ignacio is a central hub for travelers crossing Belize – from the Cayes, from Tikal Maya Site in Guatemala.…

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Ka’ana Boutique Resort – True Luxury & Attention to Details In The Ideal Location

May 23rd, 2016

Last week, I visited Ka’ana Resort, just outside of western Belize’s San Ignacio town, for two glorious nights.   A short…

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Sleeping Giant Lodge In the Maya Mountains Continues to Amaze Me

January 8th, 2016

I visited Sleeping Giant Lodge in Cayo, Belize for the first time in August 2014 and was…blown away.  I gushed. …

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A Special Mystic River Resort Tour: Sapodilla Falls and Blancaneaux Cave

July 7th, 2015

After a day at the ATM Cave and then a gorgeous braised goat in red wine meal, I fell into my comfy bed at Mystic River Resort at about 7:30pm. I really really REALLY tried to stay awake but by about 7:39pm, I was out for the night.

While the ATM cave does not leave you winded or have you performing any moves that require great strength, you body is trying to stabilize much of the time and I was sore in areas that are rarely sore. Like my ankles and my hands (from just gripping the sides of the cave), the quiet

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Mystic River Resort: Something Special Carved Out of the Jungle

July 3rd, 2015

About 8 years ago, a tiny lady bought a large piece of gorgeous jungle on the Macal River and decided…

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Magical, Magical Sleeping Giant Lodge in Belize’s Maya Mountains

August 6th, 2014

Warning:  Cornball alert.  I am going to gush about this spot.  Wax lyrical…and use words like magical way too many times.…

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It’s Not Just About the View at Cahal Pech Village Resort

December 3rd, 2013

Belize is a relatively flat country…the highest man made structure is the Mayan main temple at the Caracol site.  The…

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Hidden Valley Inn – Some of the most relaxing and terrifying things I’ve ever done!

October 11th, 2013

Once again, this is Meg, guest-scooping for Rebecca while she’s out of town. We just got back from a fantastic…

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The Lodge at Chaa Creek: My Personal Paradise Found – Part Two

August 12th, 2013

Earlier in the week, I posted about my amazing two night stay at The Lodge at Chaa Creek in Belize’s Cayo…

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A Bit of Luxury In San Ignacio: A Look around the San Ignacio Hotel & Resort

April 6th, 2013

A few days ago, I wrote about eating termites and visiting green iguanas at the conservation project at the San…

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The Friendliest People I’ve Ever Met, Really: KenMar Bed & Breakfast in Belmopan

March 4th, 2012

I live in a friendly country so this might seem like exaggeration…but it’s not.  This bed and breakfast is amazing.…

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