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"It's been nine years since I made the move to Belize and life is good. I was fortunate to meet a wonderful Belizean gal—born in Honduras—and her three beautiful children, all of whom I adore.
She happens to be skilled at cooking my favorite cuisine, Middle-Eastern—which has led us to open a Middle Eastern café on Caye Caulker called Aladdin's on the populated north tip of the island, across from the caye's best beach. We've had some success with it—after the first six months our tiny café was hovering around #2 or #3 out of 65 on Tripadvisor's Caye Caulker list—but the best part is the people I now meet.
I always wanted to circle the entire globe, a feat too deep for my pockets...but thanks to the café, we get to meet great people with fascinating stories of adventures far and wide. They fill in the many gaps in my travels and keep me up to date with what's going on in the world.
These conversations all take place daily as we gaze at the azure sea 60 feet across the dirt street. We're happy living on Caye Caulker. Though the café will never make us wealthy, I'm living proof that you don't have to have lots of money to feel truly rich on this tiny island."