A Snapshot of Belize’s Southern Coast

I’ve loved reliving Belize through blog posts over the past month, and hope you’ve enjoyed this little jaunt, too. As with most trips, though, ours had to come to an end, and it’s time for me to wrap up our Belize tour and bring us all back to real life, in real time.

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Ambergris Caye=Giant, Seafood-stuffed Burritos

Much has been written about Belize’s Ambergris Caye, a 25-mile-long isle located along the country’s northern Caribbean coast. (Fun fact: Once a peninsula, Ambergris became an island when the ancient Maya dug a canal between it and Mexico centuries ago. Let me restate that: They dug an island. Without a backhoe.) Much has been written […]

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Belize Eats: Fry Jacks

I fell in love with hot, fried heaven on a plate. It happened in Belize. It was amazing.

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2 Excellent Reasons to Visit Belize: Caye Caulker & Lobster Fest

“No shirt, no shoes, no problem.” A refrain you see all over Belize, it’s nearly a mantra on the island of Caye Caulker. It’s a great notion, and I love the sentiment behind it. But as someone who can’t stand sandy bare feet and who has to bathe in sunblock to avoid crisping like bacon, […]

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Belize, I Love You (and your god-awful puns)

On New Year’s Day, Shon and I were chatting about our 2013 highs and lows and realized that we both considered our trip to Belize a definite high. We visited last June for our 10-year anniversary and stayed for two weeks. I blogged about a bit of our adventure (including on the wilds of western […]

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