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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA!

31 December 2013 One Comment

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA!

Chaa-Creek-Belize-New-Year

Our friends, guests and family literally circle the globe these days, so we’re grateful for the power of the web to reach out as we attempt to pass on our wishes for a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year to as many of you as possible.

We don’t know why exactly, but we’re really looking forward to 2014 and seeing what it has in store for us. Sure, there will be trials and tribulations, but there will also be amazing new discoveries, experiences, unexpected gifts and those all-important random acts of kindness that makes it all worth it.

We also want to take this time to say thank you to all or our friends and supporters out there, and our guests, past, present and future, who have made Chaa Creek what it is today. We have truly become a local global meeting place for so many people, and we do feel blessed to share our beautiful natural surroundings with so many interesting individuals each year.

Your smiles, genuine enjoyment and comments continue to make hospitality a joy for all of us, from the owners to individual staff members, so a big “Thank You” on behalf of everyone here.

And while we can’t say Happy New Year in everyone’s language, here’s an attempt to try it in a few of our guests’ own languages. See if you can work out where they come from (answers below).

FELIZ AÑO NUEVO, GODT NYTÅR, GELUKKIG NIEUWJAAR, BLWYDDYN NEWYDD, DDABHLIAIN NUA, ΕΥΤΥΧΙΣΜΕΝΟ ΤΟ ΝΕΟ ΕΤΟΣ, BONNE ANNÉE, GLÜCKLICHES NEUES JAHR!, HAPPY NEW  SENA, GOTT NYTT ÅR, SRETNA NOVA GODINA, ਨਵਾ ਸਾਲ ਮੁਬਾਰਕ, LAIMINGŲ NAUJŲJŲ METŲ, MUTLU YILLAR,  С НОВЫМ ГОДОМ

We can’t guarantee accuracy of spelling, but we do promise sincerity of best wishes.

HAVE A GREAT 2014 EVERYONE!

From all of us here in Belize at Chaa Creek

(In order: Danish, Dutch, Welsh, Irish, Greek, French, German, Maltese, Swedish, Croation, Punjabi, Lithuanian,Turkish and Russian.)


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  • Mark said:

    Ooops

    The languages start with Spanish, which is widely spoken in Belize, and from then on in it’s all accurate… please forgive the author’s layout – we meant to skip a space after FELIZ AÑO NUEVO in respect to our many Spanish speaking Belizeans…

    And still, Happy New Year!

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