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Belize, September 2016 GoPro travel video

Belize is a country unlike any other in Central America. A diverse blend of black creoles and Maya mestizos with a large and semi-integrated German-speaking Mennonite population, the country’s mostly flat topography contrasts greatly with its neighbors Guatemala and Mexico. 62 more words

Belize, September 2016

Boats along the dock in Caye Caulker

Biker duo crossing through town in Santa Elena, Cayo

Rio Frio cave

Mountain Pine Ridge Forest Reserve

Mayan Ruins at Caracol… 11 more words

Lazying in Belizean cayes

Stepping off a water taxi to a dock with pelicans and laying over the clearest turquoise water that shows you about fifty different shades of blue in the bright sunlight, you have to snap yourself to believe it’s not a dream. 1,005 more words


PB Travels... Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker is a tiny island off the coast of Belize – and my destination for the next three days. I knew from the minute I stepped on the island, I would be completely chilled. 615 more words


48 Hours in Caye Caulker, Belize

Though we’re only six days into our adventure, it feels like we’ve already done so much. Jeff and I are both admittedly still in “vacation mode,” continually reminding ourselves that we have  885 more words

Central America

It isn’t the mountain ahead that wears you out; it’s the grain of sand in your shoe. — Robert W. Service


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