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making a living #50149
02/27/02 12:12 AM
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cyndy Offline OP
 
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hoping to move to belize by this summer. Looking to by a plot inland and hopefully do some farming, just enough to make a living. Is this something that seems possible. Suggested crops to sell in town? If not, how hard is it to find work as an American?

Re: making a living #50150
02/27/02 12:19 AM
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This is going to be very hard girl, unless you own the land.. Let us know.. Thanks, Rick

Re: making a living #50151
02/27/02 12:23 AM
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HELLO.. is this my Cyndy? OMG, she should have told me, I want to go too.


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Re: making a living #50152
02/27/02 09:45 AM
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//www.ambergriscaye.com/economics/labour.html

Re: making a living #50153
02/27/02 01:31 PM
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Hondo, TX. USA
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Cyndy, Chole...count me in.

Re: making a living #50154
02/27/02 01:57 PM
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There is definitely an interest in organicaly grown fruits and vegetables and herbs right here on Caye Caulker. Nothing grown here, so it all must be brought from the mainland. There are 2 restaurants that specialize in organic foods and coffee - Cocoplum Gardens & Cindy's Cafe. I've heard their complaints about how difficult it is to get organic produce, and that most of the Mennonites use copious amounts of herbacides and pestacides. Its not all that difficult starting and doing business here in Belize as long as you are not competing with the locals for marketshare. Doing business in Belize is all about good will, and if you are supplying a good or service that they are not, all the better for you, and if you are employing Belizean labour, even better. Several businesses I would not get into are the bar business, restaurant, convenience store or dive shop operations. Lots of problems and competition there. Take your time, find out who's who, and what's what.
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Re: making a living #50155
02/27/02 03:53 PM
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Pilgrim, are you saying you have HOE will Travel? [Linked Image]

CYNDY... we are just keeping your thread alive, so others will read, and give you good information.........we are not here to insult you, believe me.

[This message has been edited by Chloe (edited 02-27-2002).]


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Re: making a living #50156
02/27/02 05:11 PM
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Chloe...yes, have hoe will travel. I've been following the adventures here for about 6 months and will make my 1st trip to AC 3/11. Spring break you know and I would not choose SPI.

Re: making a living #50157
02/27/02 06:24 PM
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Pilgrim, can't imagine why you would choose SP over SPI.....lol....well I will be doing springbreak this year on SPI, as day breakers with my grandkids. They just called today, bringing their two dogs, and their pet mouse....true pet mouse, on 3/9.
I am blessed, how many kids take gramma on springbreak with them?


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Re: making a living #50158
02/27/02 06:49 PM
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You might want to talk to Vicky and Ray the owners of the Pook's Hill Jungle Lodge in the Cave Branch area. I think they started out with farming in Belize before they built their wonderful Jungle Lodge. They are very nice people with lots of knowledge and have been many years in Belize. We enjoyed talking to them alot and made our stay at Pooks Hill special last June.


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