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It's the end times?


A fish and a bird can fall in love, but where will they build their nest?

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No,,,I was just sharing important world news.......you know, other than Belikin, 1 mile of beach and the local shootings.

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OMG..we get enough no news about this tragic event, no need to post more.we already know all this stuff..ugghh.


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Originally Posted by Cooper
OMG..we get enough no news about this tragic event, no need to post more.we already know all this stuff..ugghh.


I was just getting tired of recipes and petrocaribe, blah blah blah

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smile there are other message boards and forums. You don't have to get your fix here.


A fish and a bird can fall in love, but where will they build their nest?

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Okay, this is meaty, sans recipe and fuel



EU Ambassadorto discuss Belize/Guatemala issues as well as climate change Head of Delegation of the European Union to Belize Ambassador Paola Amadei will be visiting Belize from March 26 to 30 to participate in the first political dialogue with the Government of Belize as foreseen under article 8 of the ACP-EU Cotonou Partnership Agreement. The British High Commissioner Peter Hughes will also participate in the meeting which will address issues of mutual interest for Belize and the EU related to national security, human rights, regional integration, climate change and natural disasters. The dialogue will also cover recent developments in Belize and the European Union in the political and economic sphere. Commenting ahead of the meeting, Ambassador Amadei said:"We appreciate the good relations that the European Union has with Belize and reaffirm the EU's commitment to strengthen a comprehensive dialogue on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues. Our aim is to harness our already strong and mature relationship based on shared interests to the benefit of our citizens." As part of the dialogue, Ambassador Amadei and other officials will take part in a high level visit to the Guatemala border being organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the security and environmental concerns between Belize and Guatemala, including illegal logging and gold panning , will be examined. Ambassador Amadei will also hold meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development in charge of EU development cooperation, and participate in a special tour to the Toledo Cacao Growers Association and the Maya House of Cacao in Southern Belize which have received funding under the EU supported Belize Rural Development Program (BRDP). The tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 29. The Ambassador will depart Belize on Sunday, March 30.




EU Ambassadorto discuss Belize/Guatemala issues as well as climate change

Head of Delegation of the European Union to Belize Ambassador Paola Amadei will be visiting Belize from March 26 to 30 to participate in the first political dialogue with the Government of Belize as foreseen under article 8 of the ACP-EU Cotonou Partnership Agreement. The British High Commissioner Peter Hughes will also participate in the meeting which will address issues of mutual interest for Belize and the EU related to national security, human rights, regional integration, climate change and natural disasters. The dialogue will also cover recent developments in Belize and the European Union in the political and economic sphere. Commenting ahead of the meeting, Ambassador Amadei said:"We appreciate the good relations that the European Union has with Belize and reaffirm the EU's commitment to strengthen a comprehensive dialogue on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues. Our aim is to harness our already strong and mature relationship based on shared interests to the benefit of our citizens."
As part of the dialogue, Ambassador Amadei and other officials will take part in a high level visit to the Guatemala border being organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the security and environmental concerns between Belize and Guatemala, including illegal logging and gold panning , will be examined.
Ambassador Amadei will also hold meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development in charge of EU development cooperation, and participate in a special tour to the Toledo Cacao Growers Association and the Maya House of Cacao in Southern Belize which have received funding under the EU supported Belize Rural Development Program (BRDP). The tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 29.
The Ambassador will depart Belize on Sunday, March 30.


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Originally Posted by seashell
smile there are other message boards and forums. You don't have to get your fix here.


Clairvoyance at work wink

I'll be sure to send you my next post, before I post it, to ensure it meets your specific criteria...lord knows I wouldn't want to post anything that doesn't get your approval.

What fix? fill me in. I still fly in and out of Belize at will....without signing up for roll call, etc etc......will that change?

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Originally Posted by Katie Valk
Okay, this is meaty, sans recipe and fuel



EU Ambassadorto discuss Belize/Guatemala issues as well as climate change Head of Delegation of the European Union to Belize Ambassador Paola Amadei will be visiting Belize from March 26 to 30 to participate in the first political dialogue with the Government of Belize as foreseen under article 8 of the ACP-EU Cotonou Partnership Agreement. The British High Commissioner Peter Hughes will also participate in the meeting which will address issues of mutual interest for Belize and the EU related to national security, human rights, regional integration, climate change and natural disasters. The dialogue will also cover recent developments in Belize and the European Union in the political and economic sphere. Commenting ahead of the meeting, Ambassador Amadei said:"We appreciate the good relations that the European Union has with Belize and reaffirm the EU's commitment to strengthen a comprehensive dialogue on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues. Our aim is to harness our already strong and mature relationship based on shared interests to the benefit of our citizens." As part of the dialogue, Ambassador Amadei and other officials will take part in a high level visit to the Guatemala border being organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the security and environmental concerns between Belize and Guatemala, including illegal logging and gold panning , will be examined. Ambassador Amadei will also hold meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development in charge of EU development cooperation, and participate in a special tour to the Toledo Cacao Growers Association and the Maya House of Cacao in Southern Belize which have received funding under the EU supported Belize Rural Development Program (BRDP). The tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 29. The Ambassador will depart Belize on Sunday, March 30.




EU Ambassadorto discuss Belize/Guatemala issues as well as climate change

Head of Delegation of the European Union to Belize Ambassador Paola Amadei will be visiting Belize from March 26 to 30 to participate in the first political dialogue with the Government of Belize as foreseen under article 8 of the ACP-EU Cotonou Partnership Agreement. The British High Commissioner Peter Hughes will also participate in the meeting which will address issues of mutual interest for Belize and the EU related to national security, human rights, regional integration, climate change and natural disasters. The dialogue will also cover recent developments in Belize and the European Union in the political and economic sphere. Commenting ahead of the meeting, Ambassador Amadei said:"We appreciate the good relations that the European Union has with Belize and reaffirm the EU's commitment to strengthen a comprehensive dialogue on bilateral, regional and multilateral issues. Our aim is to harness our already strong and mature relationship based on shared interests to the benefit of our citizens."
As part of the dialogue, Ambassador Amadei and other officials will take part in a high level visit to the Guatemala border being organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs where the security and environmental concerns between Belize and Guatemala, including illegal logging and gold panning , will be examined.
Ambassador Amadei will also hold meetings with representatives of the Ministry of Economic Development in charge of EU development cooperation, and participate in a special tour to the Toledo Cacao Growers Association and the Maya House of Cacao in Southern Belize which have received funding under the EU supported Belize Rural Development Program (BRDP). The tour is scheduled for Saturday, March 29.
The Ambassador will depart Belize on Sunday, March 30.


Here's hoping the EU can solve some of Belize's problems......wasn't the Ukraine thinking about joining the EU?

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Huffpo has a new travel section,........I think it's one of the best,

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/larry-waight/the-top-best-places-to-vi_b_4380750.html

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