Sarteneja Fisherman Drowns Near Turneffe Atoll
Tonight a family from the Village of Sarteneja in the Corozal District is preparing to lay their loved one to rest after he drowned while fishing for lobster on the Turneffe atoll area.
Reports are that on Saturday June 18th, between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m,, 29 year old Eugenio Santos Jr., his father, 66 year old Eugenio Santos Sr., and five other fishermen were all fishing inside a sailing boat near the Turneffe Island when his father decided to leave along with two other fishermen in separate canoes, leaving behind Eugenio Santos Jr. and two other fishermen inside the sailing boat.
According to Santos Jr., about an hour later a hard rain came down making it impossible for him to take the sail boat to meet his father and the two other fishermen.
COLA Blames GOB For Economic Woes
Weeks ago the International Monetary Fund, IMF, issued its Article Four Consultation Report. In that report they speak of a decelerating economy in Belize amid increasing external vulnerabilities which could result in more taxes and retrenchment. The release of this brazen IMF report raised concern for Belizeans and today Citizens Organized for Liberty thru action COLA, issued a release placing the blame on GOB for the dire economic conditions that is being faced by our country at this time.
According to their release, COLA attributes the IMF report which speaks of an imminent crisis and a widening of the fiscal deficit based on settlement of a loan to BTL, an increase in the wage bill and a ‘large overrun’ in capital expenditure as well as rising public debt, to the irresponsible spending, arbitrary and arrogant nationalizations and very suspect decisions at the very highest level of political office.
Leader Of The Opposition Weighs In On Economic Crisis
As mentioned, its Article Four Consultation Report on Belize’s economy some weeks ago, the IMF suggest that in the face of an economic crisis Belize should implement fewer GST exemptions on basic foodstuffs, cutbacks in the public service, and increasing the eligible age for government pension. During Friday’s interview with the media, PUP Leader, Hon. John Briceno weighed in on the matter attributing our economic crisis to be the result of the UDP's excessive and unsustainable borrowing and spending and called the suggestions made recently by the IMF as “strong medicine” for a weakened economy:
Honorable John Briceno – Party Leader People’s United Party"
“The issue of the economy, we know that we are going into a deep recession, we know that businesses are in the worst state ever whilst the banks are flushed with cash, we know that businesses has been slowing down where all of our major industries from sugar, bananas, shrimps and citrus all are under severe pressure so people are not having enough jobs, ..."
Are Guatemalans Planning To Visiting The Sarstoon?
Are Guatemalans planning a trip to the Sarstoon Island? That is the burning question tonight as indications tonight are that a group of Guatemalan residents are scheduling an excursion to the Sarstoon Island and river.
The announcement was made on Facebook under the page “Belice es Nuestro” which posted on June 16th a notice inviting Guatemalans to join in their first mission to the Sarstoon to place a Guatemalan flag on the island. According to the post, individuals who are planning the trip are calling for donors to support the cause, and in a subsequent post, it stated that they were still awaiting calls from the over one hundred people who proclaimed interest in going on the expedition when the first announcement was made. Those asking for more details are told to call or inbox. According to the first post, the date and departure time for the trip is set but has not been announced.
Oppositon Leader Speaks On third Round Of Village Council Elections
As mentioned the third round of Village council elections took place this weekend with the PUP only winning two village. During his press conference with the media on Friday, Opposition Leader Honorable John Briceño commented on the ongoing elections considering that the UDP is dominating the results so far. Briceño said that while they are not surrendering to the United Democratic Party, he has seen great improvement in his party and expects the party to be ready for the next general elections. Honorable John Briceno – Party Leader People’s United Party"
“I don’t have that number because a lot of this is in flux and sometimes on a Sunday people would appear and get nominated what we’ve have said is that at least that is my position that it is unfortunate that village councils have been political they should have never been political but it is what it is....”
Three Ambassadors Present Credentials In Belmopan
Today three Ambassadors presented their credentials to the acting Governor General of Belize His Excellency Carlos Perdomo at the Belize House in Belmopan.
His Excellency Mohammad Ziauddin, Ambassador of Bangladesh, His Excellency Evagoras Vryonides, Ambassador of Cyprus and His Excellency Lieutenant General Joseph Smith, Ambassador of Ghana, all expressed their pleasure of being a representative of their country to Belize. Each ambassador conveyed to the Governor General their country’s plan is to develop and maintain strong relationships between their country and Belize while the Governor General warmly welcomed them to Belize.
Music Industry Mourns The Death Of Popular DJ
Tonight the music industry is mourning the death of a well-known DJ from Orange Walk Town who lost his life in a tragic accident yesterday morning on the Phillip Goldson Highway.
Sometime around 8:45 a.m. yesterday thirty one year old Samantha Cordova Mendez was driving a white 1995 Geo Prism in the company of her husband thirty four year old Sergio Mendez, Belizean DJ and AC technician, forty four year old Myrna Trejo and fifty six year old Marina Cordova. The group was traveling towards the Corozal District when upon nearing a curve in the village of Buena Vista, a 2005 gold Nissan X-Trail SUV travelling in the opposite direction and driven at the time by twenty one year old Gilberto Sosa, Belizean laborer of Clarke Street Orange Walk Town collided head on into Cordova’s vehicle.
Fellow DJs Honor A Fallen Brother
Just a couple of hours after the news broke about the fatal traffic accident which claimed the life of Sergio Mendez better known as DJ Che, DJs from the Orange Walk community assembled at the Phillip Alvarez Park in the Union Town area with the objective of painting a mural in order to pay tribute to their fallen collogue.
Today when we visited the area, we caught up with a few of Mendez’s close personal friends who told us about the initiative.
Lucio Alcoser Jr:
“The idea was from a K-Fed that he came up with and doing a mural for DJ-Che and then he contacted me and as well Elvis the artist and I as well spoke to the other DJ’s and we thought that the best place to do this mural would be the Phillip Alvarez Park which is the closest where DJ-Che grew up his neighborhood and as well close to his family, his mom and his dad’s house so we thought out of respect that we should do it here at the Phillip Alvarez Park so then we contacted the Mayor.”
Heavy Rains Caused Flooding Up North Of The Country
The incessant heavy rains over the past weekend in caused families in the Corozal District to move out of their homes and move in with relatives. According to District Coordinator for NEMO, Corozal Willard Levy, the heavy rains caused flooding in the Villages of Libertad, Progresso, Santa Clara and Louisville. Libertad, Santa Clara and Louisville were the most affected.
Willard Levy District Coordinator for Corozal NEMO: “We had extensive flooding, the reports that I got was from Libertad, Progresso, Santa Clara, Louisville and San Narciso, and those were the only villages that I got reports from. Mostly affected was Libertad, Santa Clara and Louisville, we had the shelters prepared to house them but they did not go to the shelters they preferred going to relatives and friends, the relief and supplies committee had made an assessment of damages and that is what we did during Saturday and Sunday and together with that we gave out some food supplies and cleaning supplies, we are supposed to be giving out some mattresses to some areas that were really wet and damaged and we are doing that but we are waiting for the rains to pass a little because we can’t be giving out mattresses during the rain.”
Kraal Road Heats Up Leaving Edison Williams Dead
The murder count increased by three over the course of his past weekend. Friday night saw the murder of 22-year-old, Edison Williams on the south side of Belize City. Williams was reportedly socializing in an alley off Kraal Road when he was approached by his killer. Assistant Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams who commands the […]
Shepherd Shot at as He Lit Cigarette at Night Club
A night of socializing turned deadly when gun men executed twenty three year old Mark Shepherd of Hattieville Village. On Saturday night, Shepherd and his girlfriend visited the night club Iguana Lounge. Less than two hours later, Shepard was in a nearby drain fighting for his life. Assistant Commissioner of Police Edward Broaster of Rural […]
Murder in a Rather Peaceful Village Shakes Residents
The third murder was reported in the Toledo District as we hear from correspondent Paul Mahung. PAUL MAHUNG “The murder has stirred concerns in Pointe village which is known as a rather peaceful community. Officer in Command of the Toledo Police Formation, assistant Superintendent Clement Cacho spoke to Love News about the murder.” CLEMENT CACHO […]
Teen Who Fired Shots at Precinct Three, Injuring Four, Has History with Police
Residents of Belize City, particularly in the south side, have become accustomed to hearing of shooting incidents and murders in the various hotspots. But on Friday, June 17, the entire city was taken aback at the new level that a 15-year-old had taken gun violence as he brazenly pulled out his weapon and fired multiple […]
COLA and the PUP Express Grave Concern Over Belize’s Economy
The Coalition organized for Liberty through Action (COLA) issued a press release this morning on the topic of Belize’s economy and the recent report from the International Monetary Fund. The organization has registered serious concerns at Belize’s economy based on not only the findings of the IMF but also from confirmations they have reportedly gotten […]
Popular DJ Dies in Road Traffic Incident
A popular deejay is dead and several others injured following a traffic incident over the weekend. The collision between two vehicles occurred just after nine o’clock on Sunday morning near a dangerous curve in Buena Vista Village, Corozal District. Assistant Superintendent of Police, Peter Serrano of the Corozal Police Station spoke to Love News on […]
Catholics on a Mission at the Western Border with Guatemala
This past Saturday, Catholic Missions from Belize and Guatemala held a unity and peace mass at the Western border. Representing the Catholic Mission in Belize was Bishop Christopher Glancy and representing the Guatemalan Mission was Bishop Rodolfo Valenzuela. Love News spoke with both bishops. Bishop Glancy said the church can help resolve the conflict in […]
New Ambassadors Present Credentials to Acting Governor General
Three ambassadors today presented their credentials to the acting governor General, His Excellency Carlos Perdomo. His Excellency Mohammad Ziauddin, Ambassador of Bangladesh; His Excellency Evagoras Vryonides, Ambassador of Cyprus; and His Excellency Retired Lieutenant Joseph Smith, Ambassador of Ghana expressed their pleasure in being in Belize and extended warm greetings from their respective governments. They […]
Intervention Follows Friday’s Shooting and Murder
Following Friday’s two murders, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams conducted meetings and interventions as part of the preventative measures. Williams explained how that intervention went over the weekend. CHESTER WILLIAMS “We did have an intervention myself, Ms. Finnegan and Nuri Muhammad sat in two intervention groups and the objective there was to be able […]
Chester Appreciates Criticisms But Welcomes Solutions and Ideas
As ACP Williams and Dianne Finnegan continue their interventions and various initiatives with the objective of fighting crime, they have come under heavy criticism on social media with some commenting that Williams may be doing these programs for the accolades and attention and that their behaviour toward the persons receiving the intervention may be untoward. […]
PUP withdraws from Washington talks on Sarstoon
Leader of the Opposition People’s United Party John Briceno today said that the country has made no progress in the international front in stopping Guatemala from advancing its territorial claim.The PUP is also irked that their political rivals appear to have frozen them out of the Guatemala process...
COLA seeks clarity from GOB over ICJ
Accusing the Government of Belize of pushing “an ICJ agenda” at such events as the 46th OAS General Assembly through the draft resolution of support, Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action (COLA) wants to know whether the groundwork has been laid for the needed referenda to secure a trip to t...
Taxis collide near Northern border; one person injured
There was an accident near the northern border late Thursday night. According to reports, two passenger taxi vans collided near the Las Vegas Casino, on a curve on the Phillip Goldson Highway.At around 8:30 p.m., 49 year old Belizean taxi driver of San Joaquin Village Delmiro Correa and his wife Mar...
RonleePetillo and 23 year old Matthew Smith walked free of murder of Miguel Angel Rivera
Late this evening, the murder trial of RonleePetillo and Matthew Smith, 23, charged with the murder of fruit vendor, Miguel Angel Rivera which occurred on March 11, 2011 at the Michael Finnegan Market concluded in an acquittal before Justice Adolph Lucas in the Supreme Court. The trial came to a en...
BDF volunteer soldier arrested on drug charge
A BDF Volunteer soldier of Esperanza has been arrested on drug charges. On the morning of Thursday June 16, 2016, San Ignacio Police executed a search warrant at the residence of 31 year old Anthony Goff in Esperanza Village which led to the discovery of a school bag with cannabis. GOFF and he was p...
Top performers honored at 2016 PSE awards
Their hard work is done, and now it is time for some celebration. Belize’s brightest students got their due at the annual national award ceremony for the 2016 Primary School Examination (PSE), held in Belize City at the Ramada Princess Hotel. Minister of State in the Ministry of Education, Culture, ...
Shoot Out In Front of Queen Street Precinct
A gunman, believed to be 15 years old, opened fire this morning in front of the Queen Street Police Station. Sometime around 8 0’clock this morning, as Belize City residents were moving about to head to work, shots were fired and when the bullets stopped reigning, four persons were injured. One of t...
Breaking Belize News
National track team grabs medals in El Salvador
The 17th Central American Seniors Championship in Athletics was hosted in San Salvador, El Salvador over the weekend at the Jorge “Magico” Gonzalez Stadium. Belize’s 30-member delegation captured 12 medals – six gold, four silver and two bronze. They also set six records at the […]
New Zika cases on Caye Caulker
The Ministry of Health says it is investigating and closely monitoring three confirmed cases of Zika on Caye Caulker, based on an investigation of fever and rash cases reported earlier in June. This brings to five the number of confirmed cases of Zika in Belize […]
Stann Creek minor, 15, charged with attempted murder at Queen Street Police Station
He was alleged to have been brought in to target a well-known gang associate. But indiscriminate gunfire resulted in injuries to 4 persons, including a police officer, and he was unable to get away. A 15 year old minor from Silk Grass, Stann Creek […]
Family of Cleon Marage seeks funds for bone marrow transplant
12-year-old Cleon Marage Jr of Belize City has spent the last few years battling acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a type of cancer in which there is a rapid growth of abnormal white blood cells in the bone marrow. These end up interfering with the production of normal […]
PACT speaks about funding priorities for conservation
In the 20 years since its founding, the Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) has assisted local conservation organizations with millions of dollars in funding for grant projects to sustain the development of the more than 20 protected areas on land and sea countrywide. Today, it […]
Three ambassadors present credentials to Acting Governor General
Acting Governor General of Belize, H.E. Carlos Perdomo today received the credentials of three ambassadors at the Belize House in Belmopan. H.E. Mohammad Ziauddin, Ambassador of Bangladesh; H.E. Evagoras Vryonides, Ambassador of Cyprus; and H.E. Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Joseph Smith, Ambassador of Ghana were […]
Orange Walk family seeking missing relative
The Cardenaz family and the Orange Walk police are requesting the assistance of the general public in locating 32-year-old Saul Cooch from Macal River Street in Orange Walk Town. On Friday June 16, Alicia Cardenaz, 31, reported to police that her common-law-husband left their residence […]
Man hangs himself while detained in OW
Orange Walk Police are currently investigating the details surrounding the suicide of a male prisoner while in custody. Twenty-nine year old Luis Magaña was detained after his wife had made a report against him on Thursday, June 16. Magaña was later detained and placed in […]
Hattieville police investigate murder
Hattieville police are currently investigating the brutal murder of 23-year-old Mark Shepard of that village. Initial investigations have revealed that on Saturday around 11:55 p.m. Shepard was inside the yard at Iguana Lounge along with his common-law-wife when two men entered the yard. One of them open fired in […]
Fisherman drowns during storm
Tonight there are more questions than answers for a family in Sarteneja Village in the Corozal District. Eugenio Santos Jr., 29, reported to police that on Saturday June 18, sometime around 9:00 a.m. he was along with his father, 66-year-old Eugenio Santos Sr., a boat captain […]
Stable conditions predicted
The National Meteorological Service of Belize is calling for a drier and more stable air mass which has moved over the area. The 24 hour forecast is for sunny skies with cloudy spells today and partly cloudy skies tonight. Showers or thunderstorms will be isolated, except […]
Head on collision claims life of popular Orange Walk DJ
A head on collision on the Philip Goldson Highway claimed the life of 34-year-old Sergio Mendez, better known as DJ Che, from Orange Walk and left several others injured on Sunday morning. So far police investigations have revealed that 31-year-old Samantha Cordova was driving a white Geo […]
Can’t Blame Belize for It’s Obsession with Spiny Lobster
“Wondering if there was anyone in Ambergris Caye who did not have lobster for dinner tonight?” commented Ambergris Caye resident Karen Brodie on her Facebook profile page on the evening that lobster season opened in Belize, Wednesday, June 14, 2016. I guess it was the question on everybody’s mind as they enjoyed a succulent, sweet and meaty lobster dinner that day.
Guess what!? I have not had lobster yet….but, I know I will get my HUGE fix during the big San Pedro Lobster Fest Block Party this coming weekend. Once again I have the arduous task of being a judge at the Lobster Cooking competition; poor me! That is when I know I will get stuffed with lobster to my heart’s (and belly’s) content.
Just a few days into the lobster season, island residents are boasting pictures of their first catch of the season and the amazing lobster dishes they have cooked up. The best pictures come from the restaurants that are enticing customers to dine out for lobster. YUM!
THE CARIBBEAN’S BUSINESS LEADERS MEET IN BELIZE (PART 1)
34th annual ICACIn a speech opening the 2005 annual conference of the region’s accountants in Belize, then Cabinet minister Jose Coye, an accountant by profession, reminded his colleagues that they were mandated by their own ethical standards to bite the hand that fed them.
His statement was an allegorical call for the profession, reeling in the wake of the Enron scandal, to return to an emphasis on integrity in accounts, and the promotion of transparency and incEnronreased accountability in financial reporting.
The theme of that conference was “We harmonize” and these professionals, perhaps the most assiduous of the financial professions, recognized that creating a harmonized network of accountants in the region was a core objective of the ICAC, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean.
Pool Project Update: The Fates Have Their Say
Well it's been a little over a month since our pool project was completed, and I thought it might be a good time to share how things have been going.
For starters, we have been very pleased that the screens have been doing their job by keeping leaves and bugs out of the pool. Other than an occasional dusting of marl, the pool water looks pristine.
The screens also lend a real Zen feeling to the space. You feel like you're outdoors, but can enjoy the space without being eaten alive by mosquitoes.
We took delivery of our furniture for the seating area and it is awesome!
Green Iguana Conservation Project
Great article about the Green Iguana Conservation Project. Lots of fun pictures in it too. Everyone love the Iguana Project!
"All we can say is give it a go! This is a great activity for families, couples, or those flying solo. Strangers become close friends for a short period of time as you mock everyone’s reaction to the lively lizards. To learn more about the green iguana conservation project visit their website."
Shipstern Nature and Wildlife Reserve
Currently officially known as the Shipstern Conservation and Management Area, Shipstern is a large area of land of 21,500 acres (8,700 ha) in Belize’s northern Corozal District. Although not contiguous in design, Shipstern is centered on the Shipstern Lagoon, one of the largest inland lagoons in the country. The conservation area is designed to protect rare forest trees, including seasonal and dry coastal tropical varieties.
hipstern is most famous for its large variety of birds that make their home in the reserve, at least 300 in total, including egrets, parrots, warblers, flycatchers, toucans and American coots. The reserve is also home to raccoons, pumas, deer, peccaries, armadillos, tapirs, crocodiles, manatees and jaguars.
One of the most popular attractions in Shipstern is a butterfly farm adjacent to the visitor center where butterflies are being bred for trade with the United States, Europe and Asia.
The entrance to Shipstern is 3.5 miles (6 km) from the village of Sarteneja in Corozal District.
The Butterfly Breeding Center is open from 9:am to 12:00 and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm daily. The reserve is only open during daylight hours but night hikes can be arranged with permission from Shipstern.
Controversial park plans in Guatemala’s Maya Biosphere Reserve
Hansen’s current Mirador Basin Project proposal includes a designated roadless “wilderness area,” but over the past two decades, proposals have included a Mirador Basin National Monument, a Mirador Archaeological and Wildlife Preserve, and a new or expanded Mirador National Park. Regardless, any redrawing of the boundaries within the Maya Biosphere Reserve would entail legislative reform, as would the creation of a wilderness area, a category of protected area that does not currently exist under Guatemalan law.
The Mirador Basin Project encompasses Hansen’s archaeological work, scientific research, and the proposal for the wilderness area. Hansen is the principal driving force behind the idea, but he’s not alone. Backers of the new boundary and tourism development proposals have included the San Francisco-based NGO the Global Heritage Fund (see disclosure statement at end of story) and Pacunam, a Guatemalan corporate-based foundation.
“I’m passionate and I’m emphatic about the need for change,” said Hansen. The future of the Mirador region will be determined by the actions of the Guatemalan government that came to power this past January, he said. “If we leave the status quo as it is, we’re going to lose it.”
Local family rescues dogs from Belize with help from community
For Boomer, his puppy friend Tony, and even Poogie, the likelihood of getting adopted was pretty slim. But now, these dogs have hope, thanks to an East Lansing family and the community.
Rachel Hoke and her family turned a Caribbean vacation into a rescue mission, when they decided to bring these homeless dogs from San Pedro Island off the coast of Belize to Mid-Michigan.
"These dogs just know they have another chance, they have a chance at a home and a life," says Hoke.
In Belize, the strays are called potlickers, forced to lick empty pots for food just to stay alive. But, thanks entirely to donations, the family cut through some major red tape to get passports for six potlickers.
Belize downloads its digital dreams
Errol Cattouse is a man on a mission. He's the chief operating officer of Centaur Cable and the newly appointed chairman of Belize’s internet exchange point. Launched in Belize City on April 27, the exchange point is seen as a key component in the country’s growing technology sector.
An internet exchange point or IXP is the physical infrastructure through which data traffic is exchanged between networks on the internet. So far, more than 300 IXPs exist in 80 countries around the world. In the Caribbean, several countries have set up national IXPs to significantly lower the cost of local internet traffic delivery and to eliminate the expensive inefficiency of sending domestically-bound traffic overseas.
For Cattouse and others in the Caribbean, IXPs also hold the promise of better network performance and greater options to innovate in the delivery of services to local consumers.
Thing is, Cattouse already knows he can’t do it on his own. So he’s on a mission to develop the human resource capacity needed to bring the dream home. And he’s not alone.
The Grackle’s Secret to Success
There’s an aura of power around invasive species. How is it that they can sweep in and take over from the locals? Are they more adaptable, tougher? What are their secrets?
The great-tailed grackle is a case in point. North America has its own similar species — the common and boat-tailed grackle. But the great-tailed bird, Quiscalus mexicanus, native to Central America, is one of the most invasive species in the United States.
The black birds with iridescent feathers were prized by the Aztec emperor Auitzotl, who, by some accounts, relocated some of them from Veracruz to near Mexico City about 500 years ago.
Over the past century or so the bird has spread north and its range is still expanding, particularly in the West, where it haunts cattle feed lots and big dairy farms. The birds are also quite happy in urban areas, like Santa Barbara, Calif., where Corina J. Logan captured and later released some grackle for recent experiments.
Great-tailed grackles first caught the attention of Dr. Logan, now at Cambridge University, in 2004 when she was doing undergraduate research in Costa Rica.
B.P.P.'s POLITICAL LEADER, PATRICK ROGERS, ON KPFK, LOS ANGELES 90. 7 FM & INNERLIGHT RADIO, RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA!
The Belize Progressive Party (BPP), political leader, Patrick Rogers will be discussing the Anglo/Guatemalan Claim, Belize, and the International Court of Justice (I.C.J.) with Sista Nana, host of the Los Angeles popular education show called UPRISING, on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 at 8 PM Los Angeles time, which is 9 PM Belize time, and other time periods across the United States. Listeners worldwide can hear the exclusive interview by the political leader of the B.P.P by logging on to the KPFK website at kpfk.org and listen to this most dynamic discussion on Belize through KPFK's live streaming.
BELIZEAN QUEENS WIN GOLD FOR BELIZE AT THE 2016 CENTRAL AMERICAN & CARIBBEAN GAMES!
It is just a proud thing to declare here at Belizean Legends that Belize's female Track & Field Team recently won the gold medal in the 4x1 relay in El Salvador .
As the country of Belize struggles to maintain its sovereignty and territorial integrity as a nation with all its borders and land intact, these golden girls of Belize's Track & Field are standing up for Belize and winning gold.
How best can a country show its strength but through its most prized possession and resource, its youth, who have raised the Belizean flag at the 2016 Central American & Caribbean Games in Salvador.
Kaina Martinez brings home gold in the Women's 100 M, 1.5min. You made my day, will have to share. Congrats again, made me proud to Hear our Belize Anthem.
Belize Vlog!! Day 1||swimming Monkey!, 7min. Hey guys I hope you enjoy today's vlog! I will be vlogging my 3 week trip!!
Tropical Ecology in Belize and Guatemala Summer 2016, 8min.
Caye Caulker, Belize., 2min. 2 días en una isla de belice!.
Half Moon Wall Turtles Lighthouse Reef, 1min. Dive Two of Blue Hole Adventure Day, Half Moon Wall, Lighthouse Reef Belize
Get ready to PARTY at Costa Maya 2016!!!, 1min.
Costa Maya 2016 Promotion, min.
Michele and Chris in Belize and Guatamala, 10min.
Snorkeling in San Pedro, Belize 2016, 3.5min. Jan 2016. Snorkeling in San Pedro, Belize. Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley
Belize Day 2 - Snorkel Trip #1, 9min.
Belize Day 1 Arrival, 4min. This video is about getting to Belize, Ambergris Caye.
UNCUT with Tbone in Belize, 18min. Raw footage of the cooking show prep for the NEWDist colony.
Rappelling in Black Hole Drop, Belize, 3min.
Bicycle tour of Long Caye at Glover's Reef in Belize, 2min. The only vehicles on our island are bicycles. Join us on a mountain bike tour of this 13-acre tropical paradise.
Belize Travel Diary 2016, 10min. My trip to Belize through Ecology Project International!