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Caye Caulker

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…

‘Twas The Night Before Belize… thumbnail

When I was thirteen, I carefully ripped a page out of a magazine I'd found at the orthodontists' office. Wanderlust had begun to take hold on my psyche, and I'd forgone the gossip rags and fashion fluff in favor of an old issue of Condé Nast Traveler. Something in it had caught my eye. And so…

Caye Caulker

Oh, Belize. Fifteen years ago, it was one of the first foreign countries I ever stepped foot in -- and I've been itching to return ever since. This photos from this past week and the one before it should explain why pretty well. While our first week in the country was spent exploring the mainland jungles…