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[10 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

9 years ago I found myself alone, raising a 7 month old little baby boy. It was not what I had planned or expected. So, I sat down and asked myself, what do I want for Jack and what would I want our future to look like. I created a vision for us. I knew that I had a special little guy and I decided that just because he only had me, he would have all the opportunities any child would have and I drew it out.

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[13 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
A trip to Belize would be indescribable

From the snorkeling and canoeing to the beautiful animals and resort, I wouldn’t even know where to begin. My mother has spent the last thirty years devoting all of her time and energy to everyone except herself and to see her happy in such a beautiful place would mean the world to me. It will not repay her for all the she has done, but it sure would make a tremendous gift. Everything about this trip seems surreal.

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[2 Jan 2011 | 14 Comments | ]
WIN a 4-day all inclusive vacation package for two to Belize!

Write a travel story on why you want to Vacation in Belize and use your creative energy to convince the reader why your unique story should compete for the winning place in the Belize Travel Story Contest.

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[14 Oct 2010 | 5 Comments | ]
Chaa Creek announces creative travel writing contest

We’re looking forward to reading interesting and creative stories along the line of, ‘Why I want to visit Belize and Chaa Creek’ as well as past Belizean adventures, romantic sojourns, special experiences or any interesting Belizean travel story.

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[14 Oct 2010 | No Comment | ]
Was it a Dream?

The costumes were amazing. Men with jaguar skins and masks, their sweat glistening in the firelight as they twirled and danced, to the rhythmic drumming. Necklets of amber and jade, beautiful feather headdresses, animal masks all swirling, gyrating and generating a heady mixture of sensuality, fear and historic significance.