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Belize is all about the colors. So, why shoot it in black and white?

If God wanted Belize to be a black and white photo, he would have called it Lower Manhattan.

If ever a country was born to serve up every smudge in the global color palette, it is Belize. 1,611 more words

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The season for sun worshiping on Ambergris Caye is near and a professional statue offers some tips

You know how you can be in a certain situation and all of a sudden, boom, a solution appears right at your fingertips? And sometimes, you are in a situation — and not even aware of it until the solution appears? 1,371 more words

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The Ultimate Guide to Belize Cayes

Belize is compact, occupying only 9,000 square miles. But don’t let its size throw you off. Belize is home to the worlds second largest Barrier Reef at where swimmers, snorkelers and scuba divers alike will discover paradisiacal spots like Hol Chan Marine Reserve, Shark Ray Alley and the Great Blue Hole. 1,861 more words

Ambergris Caye

Step Forward

I learned to negotiate randomly placed crab holes with crutches this vacation. As if crutches in sand aren’t hard enough – crab holes can be wicked – one wrongly placed crutch-end suddenly six inches down a crab hole can send me and my 9 stitches vaulting pommel-horse style into a hammock, into a thatched roof hut, into a thicket of palm fronds, hopefully landing on my one good foot and sticking the landing al a the best Olympic athletes… 1,671 more words

Fly vs. Drive/Water Taxi To Belize's Cayes

When I was researching logistics for our upcoming trip to Belize, in December 2017, I was debating about whether to fly or drive/water taxi to Caye Caulker from San Ignacio. 279 more words

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{belize} san pedro eats

No matter where I go visit, one of my favorite things to do is try all the local cuisine. Of course, there were lots of exciting things to try and eat while I was on Ambergris Caye’s San Pedro for just a couple of days. 135 more words

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{belize} san pedro sights

After visiting the smaller and less developed Caye Caulker, we made our way over to Ambergris Caye via ferry. Ambergris Caye’s capital is San Pedro, which Madonna sang about. 129 more words

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