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You Better Belize It!

Our first ever boat border crossing was fast and easy, though we stuttered a little over answering the immigration officer’s questions about why we were in Belize (you never know if immigration will require a visa for volunteer work, as some countries officially demand, but often don’t request). 2,900 more words



“Hapax Legomonen”

Ted Loveday on University Challenge

One of the best things about travelling solo is being able to be whoever you want to be. In my two short months I have come across numerous people who were clearly on the business end of a lot of wedgies at school but who have reinvented themselves while travelling. 1,774 more words


The Adventure Continues!!!

Being Canadian is to get that winter vacation booked so that you have something to daydream about before the snow and frigid cold sets in!  Today my daydreams can begin!   120 more words


Finding our feet in Central America

Landing in Belize City signalled the start of the second major leg of our trip; a four and a half month jaunt through Central and South America which could take in thirteen different countries … or perhaps even more, we’ll see! 1,314 more words



The van from Tikal dropped me at the junction where I was intending to thumb a ride east to the border of Belize. Walking along the road the small van pulled up and the side door slid open. 503 more words


Caye Caulker: Go Slow

Caye Caulker, as the name implies, is a one of the hundreds of cayes along Belize’s Caribbean coast (Belize is the only Central America country that does not have a Pacific coast). 359 more words

Central America

Belize Day 3: Leaving Placencia + Heading To Ambergris Caye

It was a sad morning when we had to leave Robert’s Grove in Placencia. Before we started the 3 hour drive to Belize City we ate breakfast at the hotel. 743 more words