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[17 Jul 2014 | No Comment | ]

Like many people in Belize, especially those of us with an interest in Maya culture, history and archaeology, the news that Dr Jaime Awe was stepping down from his post as the Director of the National Institute of Culture and History’s Institute of Archaeology (IA) came as a surprise. No one, and we do mean no one, has done as much for archaeology in Belize as Dr Awe. Working tirelessly and passionately, Dr Awe makes Belize’s rich Maya heritage come alive for a countless number of students, writers, observers and ordinary citizens.

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[21 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]

We mention this to explain our excitement about a recent find in northwestern Belize called Tulix Mu.

Maya, Vacation Sweepstakes »

[24 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

So much has happened since my last visit to Belize, a journey that has included loss of loved ones, new additions to family, internal growth, and the development of my career. I want to return to Belize, specifically Chaa Creek, to reconnect with what I found there14 years ago.

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[26 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

It was late Sunday evening when I noticed missed calls and text messages on my cell phone. I was amazed at the news I received and walked downtown to see it for my own eyes. What was happening? Archaeology in action on what I believe to be the busiest street in San Ignacio! AWESOME was the word that came out of my mouth. As an archaeologist, I never pictured excavations to be carried out in front of one of our regular hanging out spots!!! For years we had been travelling outside of town, not knowing that underneath our feet lay a SURPRISE waiting for us!

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[27 Jul 2010 | No Comment | ]
Top 10 Sites to See in Belize

Turquoise waters, the climate and the Belize Barrier Reef, as well as over one hundred surrounding islands, draw visitors from around the world. Fishing, rafting, kayaking, snorkeling, the jungle and wildlife reserves and bird watching draw others. However, of all the things to see and do in Belize, Central America, the fantastic and amazing sites are the toppings on this adventurous, eco-friendly cake.