Belize is a wonderful melting pot of culinary extremes; a tantalizing mixture of Caribbean spices, African vegetables and Central American cooking styles can be found in all corners of Belize. The seafood is delicious and the lobster is world-class, particularly along the Northeast part of the country. The following is a list of my favorite foods in Belize
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Belize has many natural beauties which we need to protect and preserve. We as young children growing up in today’s society need to be educated at first hand experiences and learn how to protect our jewel in the Belize forest. By educating us about our natural resources, it helps to be aware of the importances and reasons why God created them.
The Lodge at Chaa Creek is ending the year on a high note and with another award after recently being acknowledged as one of the world’s finest destinations, according to the prestigious Condé Nast Traveller Gold List for 2010.
Lucy Fleming, 62, and her husband Mick own the Lodge at Chaa Creek, Belize’s first jungle resort, which…
Explore the Maya ruins and culture from any angle: Remarkably grand and majestic, their stone Maya temples…
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Picking out a single place to be “romantic” can be difficult because let’s face it, real romance is spontaneous, energetic, they are moments in which you stop breathing and could almost count the times you felt your heart beat.
Every year on the Friday morning of the Sovereigns day weekend (March 7th in lieu of the 9th this year) both amateur and professional teams of rowers from Belize and elsewhere gather to participate in the “La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge”. This four day endurance canoe race is the only of its sort in this region and pits the teams of three against the rigours and surprises of navigating the Macal and Belize rivers.
Chances are that if you’ve been to Belize then it’s happened once or twice, so for those of you who always wondered what that Belizean guy jested at the other, heres 9 common words that mean something different in Belize: