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[6 Nov 2012 | 2 Comments | ]

Belize is at the top of every adventure addicts Bucket List as there are different experiences in each region. We will be featuring several articles in a series that tap into the array of types of experiences one can have in this stunning destination.

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[4 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]

I cannot even say in words how powerful it will be to be with the river and jungle and ceremonies during this time. To be there on the solstice and join in the prayers would indeed merge my dreamworld with this reality. I’d be able to share the experience with my mate, my children, my clients, my sister midwives, and everyone I meet. I sincerely believe the energy of the place and the moment would benefit so many others besides myself.

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[4 Jan 2012 | No Comment | ]

Belize is the only country in Central America with English as the official language. The small country, measuring 180 miles long and 68 miles wide, is a popular vacation destination for tourists whose native language is English. But Belize is good for much more than just lounging in white sand while watching the shimmering teal waves roll in and out while drinks, ordered in English, are replenished. Behind the luxurious resorts and relaxing vacation packages, Belize is an adventure destination.

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[12 Nov 2011 | 2 Comments | ]

What sustained the great, expanding populations of the ancient Maya in their seemingly inhospitable tropical environment? Recent pioneering work in Belize and Guatemala is introducing a remarkable new paradigm and setting a standard of sustainability for future generations.

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[9 Jun 2011 | 3 Comments | ]
Unsurpassed Place for Bird Watching

More than half of the bird species in Belize can be found in Chaa Creek Resort. In fact, the last they counted, it was 308 species. You can download the list of birds found in the resort here. There are about 543 species recognized in this small country according to Belize Zoo.

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[17 Sep 2010 | One Comment | ]
Belize & the Bigger Tribe to Which We Belong

As we bumped along a stretch of road through a savannah that was once a shallow sea, Miguel pointed to Spanish Lookout in the distance. There, he told us, was a Mennonite farming community, in its 50th year of providing Belizeans with beans, corn, chicken and eggs. This morsel of information was the first in a series of surprises Belize had in store for us.

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[22 Apr 2010 | One Comment | ]
Belize Honeymoon Sweepstakes Essay#23

Belize Honeymoon Sweepstakes
My husband and I got married the beginning of April however because we are both in college we’ve had to put off our honeymoon until the end of May when classes are out for the summer. Both of us grew up in small towns in Kansas and have never been out of the United States. Our love for history and nature is what drew our attention to Belize. The Mayan ruins hold …

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[24 Nov 2008 | No Comment | ]

Today, we’re sharing a great slide show of some Mayan sites. The slide show covers some visitors that went to Caracol, Xunantunich and Tikal. They walked away with some amazing pictures.