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[15 Sep 2013 | No Comment | ]

Along with the rest of Belize, The Lodge at Chaa Creek extends a warm welcome to H.E. Peter Hughes, the new British High Commissioner to Belize, who arrived to begin his duties by presenting his official credentials and making a courtesy call on Minister of National Security, Hon. John Saldivar at the National Security Headquarters in the Curl Thompson Building in Belmopan last week (September 13 2013)

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[25 Sep 2012 | No Comment | ]

Chaa Creek’s Super Tuesday specials offer guests 30% discounts off rooms and 20% off selected packages if bookings are made between midnight Monday September 24 and midnight Tuesday September 25. Began as a one-off event earlier this year, the Super Tuesday specials proved so popular that Chaa Creek began offering them on an irregular, barely advertised basis.

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[12 Oct 2011 | One Comment | ]

An ancient Maya white road known as a sacbe has been discovered buried under roughly 17 feet of volcanic ash at the archaeological village of Ceren in El Salvador by a University of Colorado Boulder team. The sacbe, shown here with a drainage canal on the left and several corn plants preserved by ash on the right, is roughly 1,400 years old and is the only one ever discovered constructed without stone linings.