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Belize, Argentina, the Columbia River and More in Catch Magazine

Catch Magazine is out with a new issue of their online magazine. The new issue has a great cover shot from Jurassic Lake at Estancia Laguna Verde and features content from that destination in Argentina as well as Belize, the Columbia River, and more. 13 more words


Belize Day 2: Tire Swans 

One thing they do here in Belize is make swans out of tires and place it in the street to make it appear more beautiful. They make something ugly like tires into something beautiful like swans. 386 more words


Belize Day 1: A House Is Not A Home 

Just landed in Belize and it is absolutely mesmerizing! There’s fruit trees everywhere with fruit carts on the side of the road instead of produced fruits that have been transported in a freezer. 188 more words


Getting to Caye Caulker From Belize International Airport

Caye Caulker is a little island just off the coast of mainland Belize, there are no paved roads and the main method of transport on the island is golf cart or bicycle!   839 more words

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After touching down and stepping out of our cool, comfortable, air-conditioned plane, the first thing I noticed about Belize is that it is hot. It may have been early afternoon, and it already felt like was hot and humid enough to bake breakfast on a sidewalk. 760 more words

EF College Break| Belize: Rainforests, Reefs, and Ruins [Part 3]

Hello everybody, and welcome back to my Belize: Rainforests, Reefs, and Ruins travel diary! In Part 1, we got acquainted in Belize City, climbed ancient ruins in Lamanai, and spied wildlife on a cruise through the New River. 1,316 more words


WPC: Transient

“Lasting only for a short time; impermanent.”

I took this photo in Shark Ray Alley off the coast of Caye Caulker, Belize. It’s about a mile west of the Belize Barrier Reef, which is the second biggest barrier reef in the world behind Australia’s.

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