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Independence Day II: Chalk! Chalk! Chalk!

Last year, the San Pedro Town Council raised the bar on Independence Day with the introduction of the Flying Pinata — a candy drop from a hovering helicopter — and the chalk fling thing. 305 more words

Belize

You Better Belize It!

As a goodbye to summer, here’s a post about my senior trip we took about a month ago to Belize! The title of this post contains just one of the many cheesy puns that we came up with before the trip. 577 more words

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TIME: Even a little bit of this goes a long way

Do you know what single thing can improve brain function, shrink fat cells, make you happier and help you age slower?

Wait for it….

Exercise. 124 more words

Island Pilates By Rose

Rescuing the wildlife of Belize, one animal at a time

One of the stories you hear about often in Belize is the steady advance of civilization into the jungles and forested lands and even the low scrub savannas, and the devastating impact this has on wildlife. 1,041 more words

Belize

Ambergris Caye: This rolled in this afternoon

Today started out like many another day recently — no breeze and hot, hot, hot.

I know, because I was riding around on my bicycle this afternoon, searching for empty 100-pound flour and rice sacks to use as sandbags. 476 more words

Belize

Ambergris Caye is Paradise on Earth

Despite having a vast majority of the island ripped apart by Hurricane Earl just two days before I got there, Ambergris Caye still managed to take my breath away every second of each day I was there. 71 more words

Wanderlust

Belize

We packed our bags and headed to Belize in December 2015 to ring in the New Year. We flew into Belize City and boarded a puddle jumper… 1,354 more words

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