Walk through any major town on a Caribbean island and you are sure to be drawn by the succulent fragrance of spicy seafood or the tantalizing smell of a scotch-bonnet-flavored chicken being grilled over a pimento-wood fire. 805 more words
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I am honored to win this month’s My Gutsy Story Contest.
Sonia Marsh, author of Freeways to Flip-Flops: A Family’s Year of Gutsy Living on a Tropical Island, celebrates the gutsy in each of us with this collection of stories from 64 authors who found the courage to face their fears and live their dreams. 476 more words
As we made our way out of the jungles of Guatemala towards Belize, the prospect of seeing the sea for the first time since San Francisco, over two months ago, was an enchanting prospect. 1,078 more words
For those of you who can’t make it to Belize but have it on your bucket list, this article contains some great information on Caye Caulker and includes some wonderful photos of a beach bar I’ve featured on the website many time, the Lazy Lizard. 6 more words
Our next port of call was the under the radar Country of Belize, which is a country on the north-eastern coast of Central America. It is the only country in the area that has English as the official language, though an English ‘Creole’ and Spanish are more commonly spoken. 1,523 more words