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Diving the Hol Chan Marine Reserve // Belize

Who says second isn’t good enough?  Sure, we’ve all heard about the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, but if Australia is out of your price range (or you just don’t want to fly for 18+ hours)…look no further than Central America! 663 more words



On Wednesday I turned 40. My sister and a bunch of girlfriends came down to Belize from New York to celebrate with me for a week, and they rented a house in Caye Caulker. 200 more words

Living Abroad

Go slow on Caye Caulker

Recently I had the privilege of spending a few days on the amazing Caribbean island, Caye Caulker, off the coast of Belize. Home to the second largest barrier reef in the world, it’s needless to say, I fell in love. 31 more words


San Pedro town 'fathers' deliver stern lectures to fire victims before disbursing relief funds

Yesterday morning I answered the San Pedro Food Bank’s call for volunteers to help sort donated clothing for distribution to Hurricane Earl victims.

By the time I got to the Lion’s Den in San Pedro, shortly after 9 a.m., the sorting process was well under way. 1,552 more words


Central America Pt. 1 - Belize and Guatemala

This May, after finishing university, I set out on a 5 week trip across Central America with a group of my classmates. We followed what we quickly realised is the typical backpacker trail around those parts, the only difference being in which direction you travel – one of the most common questions asked when you chat to people at hostels is “Are you going up or down?!”. 2,815 more words


Belize Electric sees a brighter future for the power grid on Ambergris Caye

When you think of the electrical infrastructure that supplies Ambergris Caye with power, the mind travels back to Christmas.

Not last Christmas when the power went out for five hours. 1,431 more words


Sailing The Cayes

One of the highlights of our time in Belize was our 3 day sail south from Caye Caulker to Placencia.

After thorough research, and our fantastic day tour experiences with them, Raggamuffin Tours was our chosen company to sail south with. 515 more words