3 Arraigned for Beating of Kevin Brown; Court Simmers with Tension
There was high drama in the Magistrate Court today when twenty-one-year-old Jafari Castro of Maskall , the son of Minister Edmond “Clear the Land” Castro, eighteen-year-old construction worker Gilbert Franklin [...]
Experienced Trucker Loses Life in Mishap on Hummingbird Highway
There was loss of life on the Hummingbird Highway this morning. Around six a.m., a terrible accident left one person dead and three others injured. Winston Dawson along with his [...]
Police Say Shot O.W. Man Challenged Customs Officers at Yo Creek
Thirty-year-old Dwayne Almendarez, an Orange Walk resident of the Union Town area tonight remains in a critical but stable condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital after he was shot [...]
More on the Special G.O.B. Relationship with ‘Special Effects’
An audit conducted for the period 2012-2013 by the Auditor General is exposing blatant disregard for the appropriation law and other government regulations. On Tuesday night, we reported on sweetheart [...]
Education Ministry Spent Thousands on Tertiary Assistance; Minister Says He Can Explain
From Works to Education…The Ministry of Education also came under significant scrutiny for its handling of tertiary financial assistance grants during the period April 2004 to March 2012. Examining various [...]
Minister Elrington Says Decriminalization of Marijuana No Big Deal
An amendment to the Misuse of Drugs Act is to be tabled this Friday at a special meeting of the House of Representatives in Belmopan. For years, a committee headed [...]
Can New Guatemala Road Help Belize? Foreign Minister Looks at the Bright Side
The Guatemalan press reported that Taiwan is to grant that country six hundred fifty million U.S. dollars in assistance to construct the CA-Nine Highway to Puerto Barrios, Guatemala. But the [...]
Sedi Deals with Progresso Heights Case Privately
Minister Elrington was also asked about an embarrassing case that has gone as far as the Caribbean Court of Justice, brought against him by Progresso Heights Limited. The court had [...]
Education Minister Stands by Gwen Liz Investigation
Doctor Lorna McKay, principal of Gwen Lizarraga High School, was sent on administrative leave on August seventh during the Tropical Storm Franklin scare, when she was visited with a letter [...]
Charge for Employee Accused of Robbing Caribbean Tire
In an update to a burglary at Caribbean Tires in Spanish Lookout, Cayo, over the weekend, police have arrested a company employee. He is twenty-two-year-old Omar Gomez, a truck driver [...]
Weed Recovered in Chan Chen
Corozal police made a significant bust in a joint operation in the village of Chan Chen earlier today. In an open lot, they found nineteen point five pounds of compress [...]
The Lights are On at Marion Jones; Athletes Will Make it their Home
Wednesday night saw the launch of lighting fixtures for what is expected to be the crown jewel of Belize’s sporting facilities, the Marion Jones Sporting Complex. The Mexican Agency for [...]
Faber Says ‘Chin Up’ to Anna Banner-Guy
Incumbent Belmopan area representative John Saldivar’s slate came in together in the August thirteenth U.D.P. convention for the City Council, freezing out Anna Banner-Guy, who is left to serve out [...]
No General Elections till 2020
With municipal elections coming up in March 2018, the speculation has been that the U.D.P. will be pulling a fast one and calling general elections at the same time so [...]
Belize Rural Kids Get School Bags for New Year
The new school year starts in a couple of weeks for primary school children across the country. Today, the Rural Eastern Division of the Police Department had a back to [...]
Taiwan Helps Out with Back to School for Albert Division
Today, we also found politicians tying down loose ends in assisting residents with expenses for the new school year. This morning, Albert Area Representative Tracy Panton received a donation from [...]
CitCo Donates for Samuel Haynes Institute’s Beautification Program
For the past three to four years, the Samuel Haynes Institute of Excellence has been facilitating a landscaping and beautification program for single mothers and youths from the Pickstock constituency. [...]
Minister Faber Expresses Disappointment In Auditor General's Report
Today Hon Patrick Faber also spoke on the Auditor General’s findings in particular those that dealt with the Ministry of Education. The Minister also expressed disappointment, but on the content which the Auditor General reports. Honourable Patrick Faber - Minister of Education, Youth and Sports:
“I am disappointed in the fact that the Auditor General and her team or whoever the team was, went in to the ministry to do an audit I think it is the tertiary unit of the ministry that deals with the scholarships and when they found certain things they said well, Mr. CEO could you answer to these things, now the way I understand it but I may be completely wrong but I don’t think so that once you get in there and you are doing an audit and you find certain things you give the entity an opportunity to respond”
John Briceno Speaks On Auditor General's Report Of Government Expenditures
On the agenda also for Friday’s House Sitting, will be the presentation of the 2012-2013 Auditor General’s report of Government expenditures. If you’re wondering why the 2012-2013 report is just being published, it is because the audit process is very tedious and painstaking. For the auditor general’s office, the work is even made more difficult because of insufficient human resource and support provided by the Ministry of Finance. In her reports, the Auditor General Dorothy Bradley makes continuous mention of the need for more resources for her Department to be able to carry out its work timely. Looking closer at the contents of the report, there are serious questions raised about financial decisions taken by Government Ministries. On such is the Ministry of Works and its relationship with a vehicle parts business known in Belmopan as “Special Effects”.
Will The Opposition Support Decriminalization Of Marijuana?
On Friday, the House of Representatives will meet to consider a number of bills, one reportedly being a proposed legislation to decriminalise the use of Marijuana in Belize. In 2012, a Committee known as the Decriminalization of Marijuana Committee (DOMC) was established to carry out extensive research on the issue and provide recommendations. One of those recommendations is for the de-penalization of marijuana possession for quantities of 10 grams and less. For several years, the recommendation has remained on paper but it appears the Government is now prepared to propose the necessary legislation required for changes to the law to take effect.
Briceno Warns Taiwan About Dollar Diplomacy
Opposition Leader Hon. John Briceno also discussed the heavy dollar diplomacy being played by the Taiwan Government with the Barrow Administration. As we had reported last week, Taiwan’s Ambassador to Belize H.E. Charles Liu handed over financial support of $60m to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, part of which will go towards budget support. The concern is that Taiwan is helping to prop a Government that has failed economically and financially, and has provided an easy way of keeping the Government’s pocket full which the country remains broke. Briceno had stern words for this kind of dollar diplomacy, warning the Taiwan Ambassador that he cannot trust the Barrow Administration.
Belize Participates In Human Trafficking Workshop
Back in the month of June, the US State Department issued its 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report which demonstrated that Belize remains as a tier 3 country and is classified as the worst trafficking offender in the Central American region.
The report indicated that Belize does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking and that the Government is not making significant efforts to do so. The US State Department also claimed that there is an alleged high level of trafficking-related complicity by government officials.
Bill to decriminalized small portion of marijuana to go to the House on Friday
Love News has confirmed with Solicitor General Nigel Hawke that a bill to amend the Misuse of Drugs Act will be tabled on Friday during a special sitting of the House of Representatives. The piece of legislation seeks to decriminalize up to ten grams of marijuana. The Decriminalization of Marijuana Committee chaired by Douglas Singh […]
Former CEO questions BSCAP’s figures
Last Thursday Love News obtained a letter in which Shyne Barrow resigned as CEO of the Belizean Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (BSCAP). His resignation followed internal financial conflict within the organization. According to Barrow, former CEO Heather Cunningham, and current Chair of the BSCAP board is claiming six hundred thousand dollars in expenses […]
Belizean musicians throw support behind former BSCAP CEO
Tanya Carter, one of Belize’s top artists is currently a member of BSCAP but today she told the press that she will remove herself from the organization after what has come to light. Tanya Carter – Musician: “To be honest with you about maybe five or six years ago we received a cheque for $20 […]
BSCAP’s Chair responds to allegations
Last Friday the BSCAP Board sent a release in response to Barrow’s allegations. In it, BSCAP accepted Barrow’s resignation from the post of CEO. The board also expressed regret on how Barrow had chosen to address the situation saying it was best to deal with it outside the media. It also stated that the allegations […]
Belize Network of NGOs decries postponement of re-registration exercise
The voices that object to the postponement of the re-registration continue to be heard. Yesterday the Belize Network of NGOs registered its discontent that the exercise has been put off another year. In its release the BNN says given that the last re-registration exercise was conducted two decades ago, the electors list is very likely […]
Taiwan makes donation for the fight against chronic renal failure
Yesterday the Republic of China, Taiwan, officially handed over more than two hundred and twenty thousand US dollars to the Ministry of Health for its Capacity Building Project for the Prevention and Control of Chronic Renal Failure in Belize. The handing over was held in Corozal Community Hospital where the Minister of Health, Pablo Marin […]
Dialysis patients must pay for treatment according to Minister of Health
The Minister of Health also spoke about dialysis offered to patients. A patient would need dialysis when they develop end stage kidney failure –usually by that time they have lost about 85 to 90 percent of their kidney functions. The purpose of dialysis is to balance the body by removing waste, salt and extra water […]
Minister of Health calls for ban of soft drinks in schools
Last month the Ministry of Health released statistics which named cardiovascular diseases as the number one cause of death in Belize so far for this year. Cardiovascular diseases have also placed in the top non communicable diseases list along with hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and chronic renal disease. Minister of Health, Pablo Marin says that it […]
Belize backs Taiwan for observer status at World Health Assembly
Belize and the Republic of China, Taiwan, have been close allies for decades. So it was no surprise that Cabinet Minister in charge of Health, Pablo Marin had been lobbying members of the World Health Organization to allow Taiwan to be an observer at the World Health Assembly. The World Health Assembly was held back […]
Minor missing from Burrell Boom Village
12-year-old Catherine Esmeralda Claros of Burrell Boom Village was reported missing by her mother, Silvia Janeth Simon, a Honduran national. Simon told police that she last saw her daughter at approximately 6:30 a.m., on Saturday, August 12, when she left home. Claros is five feet three inches, of brown complexion, has shoulder length curly hair […]
Teenager charged with rape
Nineteen year old Andy Pop has been charged with rape and is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow in Punta Gorda. Pop was shot on the leg when he attempted to escape on a motorcycle after allegedly raping a nineteen year old female. The girl had accepted a ride with Pop who took her to […]
ACP Chester Williams says all reports of Police corruption will be investigated
It has been less than a stellar month for the Belize Police Department. As of late, at least five police officers including a superintendent have been accused of illegal activities. While some have been criminally others are being investigated by the Professional Standards Branch headed by Assistant Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams. Williams says that […]
Woman deported from Belize makes Court appearance in Canada
Last week we told you about the deportation of thirty three year old Canadian National Robin Leanne (Greenway) Trockstad. She was arrested by Belizean authorities after a warrant for her arrest was issued in Canada. She is accused of abducting her four year old son TreysonTrockstad-Greenway. Reports from Canada are that Trockstad appeared today in […]
Breaking Belize News
GOB to decriminalize marijuana?
Belizeans at home and abroad are eagerly awaiting Friday’s upcoming Special Sitting of the House of Representatives following several media reports that the Government of Belize will decriminalize small amounts of marijuana.
Several local media houses have reportedly confirmed that Government will pass a Bill, which follows the recommendations given by the Decriminalization of Marijuana Committee, commissioned by Prime Minister Dean Barrow in 2012.
Several church related groups have already begun to voice their discontent with the decision over social media, pointing out that the decriminalization may actually make marijuana more accessible to Belizean youths.
City Hall not backing Willoughby’s promises
Belize City Mayor Darrell Bradley has debunked claims made by Mayoral candidate Phillip Willoughby that the council will be writing off property taxes for needy Belizeans.
In an interview with Channel 7, Bradley explained that he did not know Willoughby made any such promise but clarified that the council has no such policy in place.
Body found in Belmopan
According to reports, the lifeless body of a man was found behind his house this evening in Salvapan, Belmopan.
Six Corozal students get scholarships
Six students from the Corozal District have received scholarships courtesy five-time Mr. Belize, Rigo Vellos and his gym, Spartan Fitness, located in Corozal town.
Yesterday morning Vellos presented the official letters to two primary school and four high school students, which commits to covering their cost of tuition once they keep their grades up and provide community service hours monthly.
Jafari Castro arraigned in Belize City
Today, 21-year-old Jafari Castro, son of Transport Minister Edmond Castro, was arraigned in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on a single count of harm, with respect to the August 6th assault of Kevin Brown.
Castro was jointly charged with James Young and Gilbert Franklin. They all pleaded not guilty, and Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraizer granted them bail in the sum of $1,500 plus one surety, on the condition that they surrender all travel documents and refrain from having any contact with Brown or his family.
Retired NBA Star is in Belize
Retired American basketball player, Charles Smith, is in Belize City for the next four days.
He was spotted at the Philip Goldson International Airport sometime this morning.
According to reports, Smith is in Belize to collaborate with the Sport Council.
Caribbean Association of Pharmacists holds AGM in Belize
The Pharmacists Association of Belize (PAB) hosted the 37th Annual Convention and Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Association of Pharmacists in Belize last week.
The AGM was hosted under the theme “Caribbean Pharmacists Contributing to Improved Health and Wellness of our Communities”.
Man charged for robbery at Caribbean Tire
Today in San Ignacio town, Oscar Gomez,22, a truck driver of Billy White Village, Cayo District was formally arrested and charged with burglary, handling stolen goods and damage to property.
NEMO excavating and clearing drains in Jacintoville
Flood mitigation works in the Toledo district are ongoing as the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) is currently excavating and clearing drains and culverts in Jacintoville.
This area was affected by severe flooding just over a month ago when a portion of the highway was submerged by water for a few hours and had to be temporarily closed to vehicular traffic.
Garifuna groups express outrage over Eldred Neal reinstatement
Three Garifuna groups within the diaspora have issued a joint statement condemning Eldred Neal’s reinstatement as President of the Public Service Union (PSU).
The United Garifuna Association, Garivision and All Peoples Foundation, issued the statement this morning, contending that Neal’s reinstatement sends the wrong message to the PSU’s Garifuna members, as well as the membership on a whole.
Custom officer guns down alleged contrabandista
A contrabandista refusing to peacefully surrender his goods to Custom officials was gunned down yesterday.
According to police reports, shortly after 5 p.m. cops visited Yo Creek Village in Orange Walk District where they saw Orange Walk resident, Dwayne Almendarez, 30,suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Police investigation revealed that Custom officers and BDF soldiers conducted a search on a passenger bus near La Union.
Motorcycle thieves in Belize City continue string of theft
Motorcycle thieves in Belize City continue to steal around the clock.
Police have issued a report on the two latest victims of motorcycle theft.
Dwayne Reneau, 31, told police that between Monday night and early morning morning his red Meilun brand cycle with license plate number BZ M- 085 valued at $2,187.00 was stolen.
Fatal traffic accident on the Hummingbird Highway leaves one dead, several injured
According to reports, early this morning a Benny’s towhead delivery truck heading to PG overturned on the Hummingbird Highway. Confirmed reports are that the driver Winston Dawson, 45, passed away. Three other persons were also severely injured in the traffic accident -Dorian Buckley 21, Albert […]
Three men detained for Caribbean Tires robbery
Caribbean Tires in Spanish Lookout was robbed of US $20,000 and BZ $5,000 sometime between 6:15 Friday night and Saturday morning. The thieves broke down the door of the iron safe and stole the money. According to reports, the main suspect is an employee […]
Man reportedly shot by Customs officials in Orange Walk
According to a report from 7News, a man was shot by customs officials in the Santa Cruz area of Orange Walk last night. This area is known as a hot spot for illegal border crossings over to Botes, Mexico. The man was reportedly shot […]
Castro and Franklin Jr. to be charged for Kevin Brown assault
Yesterday, police informed the media that cops had detained Jafari Castro and Gilbert Franklin Jr. for the assault of Kevin Brown in San Pedro last week. Brown was badly beaten, air lifted from San Pedro and taken to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital where […]
Pirate’s Pizza – Where a Slice is always Nice!
On September 1, 2016, Serge Lalonde and Susan Young of Montreal Canada made the big leap and became business owners on Ambergris Caye. Now owners of Pirate’s Pizza, Serge and Susan take pride in selling delicious pizzas to the local community and visitors who stop by as well. “We have been very busy since we started…we have repeat customers and even know their order before they ask!” they said.
They have a fabulous local staff, and thus refer to their pizza as Belize-style. “It’s made here in Belize, by Belizeans, containing the freshest ingredients. Of course it’s as Belizean as it can get!” The pizza looks a little bit different, as hot, melty, bubbly cheese is on top, and those delicious ingredients like sausage, pepperoni, veggies, are under that layer of gooey cheese!
The Eclipse in Belize & Approaching Weather Potential
First – a look at the weather map. It’s mid-August and the time when weather disturbances tend to spin off the west coast of Africa. Picking up steam over the WARM Atlantic and threaten our coast lines.
Right now, things are getting heated.
They are still quite a ways off. But the one closest to us is forecasted to reach our general area early next week. These are only forecasts! But DO keep an eye on them.
The main celestial event next week, especially in the United States, is the total solar eclipse. The moon will be passing over the sun, mid-day, and in the path of totality – will completely block it out.
ak's Single-Origin Brownie Flights Will Make You a Better Chocolate Eater
I approached the flight like I would a wine tasting (minus the swirl and spit), smelling them, inspecting the texture, and then taking a bite. (I wish Zak's would throw in some raw coco beans, too, for a visual examination of the differences that begin at harvest.)
The brownies were arranged from Belizean to Madagascar to Guatemalan, and I assumed this was an intentional order based on intensity. I was right.
The brownie made with beans from Belize smelled like a typical chocolate brownie, the comforting, homey smell unadulterated with any other aromatic notes beyond the coco and sugar. The cake-like interior crumb was sweet and mellow. It was an easy to eat and easy to love rendition of the childhood classic.
Without a Scholarship I wouldn’t be here today. Support UB Endowment Fund
“Like other recipients of the UB athletic scholarship, it came at a time of heavy financial constraints for my family. I was good in shotput and the discus, so a track and field scholarship combined with God's grace, paved a path. It was of great relief to my parents. We were struggling to pay for my education up to that point. This scholarship gave me and many others an opportunity that is awarded to very few people. That opportunity was to be able to finish our degree programs. The responsibility was great but the reward was even greater. Had I not receive this scholarship, life could have been very different and I may not be where I am today.
Good Cops donate to kids in the Community
The Police Department's Rural Eastern Division embarked on its Back to School Drive. 195 bags with school supplies (exercise books, erasers, folders, crayons, pens, pencils, sharpeners, rulers and glue) were distributed to students of the entire region. Its a community effort during which members of society donated cash and supplies.
Triple tropical threat looms in the Atlantic, Caribbean
Two of three budding tropical systems in the Atlantic will approach the Caribbean, Central America and the United States in the coming days.
Three batches of thunderstorms are moving westward across the tropical Atlantic within a swath of moisture at midweek.
From west to east, the systems have been dubbed 91L and 92L. The third system is likely to be 93L.
"Nintey-one L may become a tropical depression or storm as it moves through the Lesser Antilles on Friday and the Caribbean Sea on Saturday," according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.
This feature is likely to bring an uptick in showers and thunderstorms in the Windward and southern Leeward Islands from Thursday night to Friday.
Modern genetic sequencing tools give clearer picture of how corals are related
The documentary “Chasing Coral,” released on Netflix in July, is a cinematic warning about how the bleaching of coral reefs may foreshadow how these marine animals will respond to climate change. Corals are key to ocean health because they support the densest, most diverse ecosystems — harboring species from turtles to algae to reef fish.
University of Washington scientists are looking at the burgeoning field of coral genetics to better predict, and maybe even prepare for, coral’s future threats. Their new study uses modern genetic-sequencing tools to reveal the relatedness of three similar-looking corals.
“This coral appears to be three different species, but it’s been debated whether it’s really three separate species or whether it’s one that’s really variable in its appearance,” said first author James Dimond, a UW doctoral student in aquatic and fishery sciences.
Fly Fishing for Permit:
Stalking tailers in Belize’s Permit Alley
Saltwater Sportsman Magazine on chasing for Permits in Belize! An ever increasing angler's choice in Belize. Of note is that the permit is a catch and release fish in Belize. Great article.
Overcast skies and gusting winds over 20 miles an hour are hardly ideal for finding permit, but with legendary Belizean guide Lincoln Westby poling the boat, I still liked our chances.
Not 25 yards down the slim coral shoal we were tracing, two shadows moved in from the adjacent depths and crossed our path. They were a pair of 20-pounders, and Westby turned the boat, affording me a better casting angle. I sent a permit crab fly sailing toward the fish, but before it touched down, the permit exploded and dropped back off the edge. Shaking our heads in disbelief, we resumed our search.
After 44 years of guiding, Westby returns to the sites of some 2,000 permit hookups, aided only by memory and a compass atop his panga's -console, to offer anyone willing to risk sanity and self esteem plenty of shots at fish regularly surpassing 20 pounds, within earshot of waves breaking against the barrier reef.
Amazing macro-footage of nursery-grown, outplanted elkhorn corals spawning, 1min. At Laughing Bird Caye National Park, Belize, 13 Aug 17
BELIZE SOFTBALL LEGENDS REUNION "WHEN WE WERE QUEENS: CELEBRATION!, 3min. This specular reunion of the legendary Belizean women of softball "Hall of Fame" comes to you the "Belizean Legends" audience as a special tribute to the these outstanding Belizean athletes of Belize. Let's honor them through this celebration of being the best ever of their time and throughout the years, and remember this as a monument of greatness achieved for Belizean generations of athletes of the past, present and the future.
THE BELIZEAN SOFTBALL ROUNDTABLE---RHAMDAS, SMITH & ELLIS (PART ONE)!, 15min. We seldom at "Belizean Legends" hear a variety of voices by the legendary Belizean softball players serenading the moment of victory of the "1974 Golden Medal" victory that Belizean athletes won for Belize at the Central American & Caribbean Games, and the win against the United States "Orlando Rebels" by the "1979 Bronze Medal Team" of Belizean softball hall of fame.
BELIZEAN SOFTBALL COOL OPERATOR---SHE IS BERNADINE MCDOUGALL!
, 25min. The outstanding Belizean softball player from the 1974-1979 Belize national softball championship team, Bernadine McDoudall's discussion with yours truly two years ago was very enlightening. Just revisiting these sports classics on Belizean women athletic greatness of an unprecedented and historical time unmatched today, speaks volumes of this bred of athletes like McDougall.
BTIA Tourism Expo in Orange Walk... on August 26th. Don't miss out!, 1.5min. On Saturday, August 26, 2017, join us as we bring to you our 3rd Annual BTIA Orange Walk Tourism Expo. The fun starts at 10am until 10pm! Don't miss out and see you there!
SWIMMING WITH SHARKS, 5min. We head out to Secret Beach on the West Coast of Ambergris Caye to check out whats going on and capture some footage.
George Price on Guatemala border dispute, 26min. The father of Belize. He said not an inch of land or a blade of grass for Guatemala. He said it in his own words. Listen and share. The message need to get to the last Belizean.
British High Commission, 32min.
BELTRAIDE Talent Fair from August 17th-19th, 2017, 22min.
Belize Network of NGOs discusses re-registration deferral, 30min.
The Power Of The Mind, 34min.
Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship, 21min.
David and Anke Doehm spotted all the way in Cayo District, min. Friends over at San Ignacio wanted us to share these videos. Court date is set for August 24 in San Pedro.
Passion Kite Belize WOW!!!, 1min. Martin John Leslie of Passion kite Belize takes flight on a breezy day in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize.
Aerial View of the National University in Belmopan, 1min. If you don't know the Belmopan Campus,this short tour will show you the layout of our main campus in the Capital, Belmopan.
A Ghost of Andrea, 7min. This is a short film created out of my Intensive 5-Day Audio/Video Production Workshop sponsored by NICH - Belize. June 19-23, 2017. The story and characters were conceived and developed as part of the workshop activities: From concept-to Script-to Screen. Participants were asked to write out character descriptions – Name, occupation, brief history and three characters were voted on and selected. After a story connection was made, the 4th character of Andrea was added.
Cast is made up of workshop participants.
Montoge Belize trip, 6min.
Project Belize pt 3, 11min. This was our first two mission days. Day one is Temash and day 2 is Corazon.
SPIEGEL TV Maya Belize, 47min. Dokumentarfilm ueber die Maya in Belize.
LOOK WHAT WE CAUGHT! BELIZE DAY 2, 9min. This is Day 2 of the Vlogs while Spencer is in Belize! CHECK IT OUT! We caught Lobsters and Lion Fish! -
¡NADÉ CON TIBURONES! Caye Caulker,Belize/Jarro Alvarez, 11min. Esta vez nos fuimos a dar una vuelta a una isla de belice, "CAYE CAULKER". Hicimos muchas cosas, snorkeling, nadamos con tiburones gata, windsurf, padre y mas.