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This time last year, I was flying back to the USA after four months spent in one of my favorite pockets of planet earth: Central America. Over the course of five different trips, I've now been lucky enough to visit each of the seven countries making up this sub-continent -- some of them multiple times! A…

Month 48

Getting back on my roundup game! Thanks for putting up with my very tardy monthly wrap-ups. These are some of the juiciest, most comprehensive and most detail-filled posts I write, and hence, they take me a long time to put together. Hope you don't mind that they come served like fine wine... well-aged and with a…

Caye Caulker

"There's not much to do on Caye Caulker." I heard it over and over again while planning my family trip there, and have read it and heard it more since departing. People don't say it as a complaint, just a characteristic of this tiny, charming little island. If you're looking for action, convention Belize tourism wisdom…

Caye Caulker

Before arriving in Caye Caulker, we had next to no plans on our agenda. While there's plenty to do on the island (a post of all that we got up to on Caye Caulker is coming up soon), we figured we'd just wing it. But there was one thing I knew for sure we'd have to…

Caye Caulker

Hopkins was a salty playground. San Ignacio was a lush retreat. We certainly could have done Belize justice had our trip ended as we pulled away from the Ka'ana Resort. But we had one more region of this tiny Central American paradise to cover -- the Cayes. As teachers, my cousin and sister had over a…

Don’t Stop Belizing : Xunantunich by Horseback and Half Lotus thumbnail

My two weeks in Belize were filled to the brim with beautiful moments and memories. It was the kind of trip where, were it not for the day I'll share in this very post, I'd have been hard pressed to pick a highlight. But when I think back to our big family trip, one experience stands…

Ka’ana

Belize and the beach. They just go together, like bees and honey, like cheese and wine, like me and Diet Coke. And then there's Ka'ana Resort. Ka'ana Resort is located outside San Igancio, a two hour drive from the closest coast -- about as far as you can be from the ocean in Belize without backing…

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