P.M. to speak Wednesday, but Cabinet says no to U.H.S. and Belize Bank
Cabinet met in Belmopan this morning, ahead of a scheduled press conference for ten o’clock in Belize City on Wednesday, to discuss government’s position on the pending ninety million dollar [...]
Former A.G. turns on C.C.J. after court reversal
Perhaps the biggest proponent for Belize’s signing on to the Caribbean Court of Justice as its final appellate jurisdiction in March 2015, was former Attorney General Wilfred Elrington. He was [...]
Elrington cites hostile treatment and laziness in writing decisions
According to Elrington, the C.C.J. leaves a lot to be desired, particularly since there is a total of five jurists presently sitting on its bench. He says that only one [...]
Does Eamon Courtenay have unfair advantage at Port-of-Spain?
Elrington was critical of the court saying that the four-member CCJ is unwelcoming and has arguably had the most contact with Senior Counsel Eamon Courtenay who has appeared before the [...]
Belize Bank defends loan note, sledges Gov’t.
In anticipation of Wednesday’s announcement, The Belize Bank Limited is speaking out on the ninety million dollar judgment ordered by the Caribbean Court of Justice. Much of the Bank’s three-page [...]
P.U.P.’s party caucus to meet, will votes count?
As it relates to the position of the People’s United Party, that will be taken on Wednesday afternoon at a parliamentary caucus. The party leader, John Briceño, returned to the [...]
Women robbed and assaulted on camera on King Street
Murders may have blessedly slowed to a trickle, but that doesn’t mean crime has abated in the Old Capital. Two robbers took advantage of an opportunity on Monday night, but [...]
Corozal North rep hails Police, Customs assault on Estero
There has been a noticeable increase in the number of contraband seizures reported in the Corozal District within the past few weeks. That’s because customs and police have been working [...]
Who’s stealing from Cayo Magistrate’s Court
There is a report tonight coming out of the Cayo District that a significant sum of money is allegedly missing from the San Ignacio Magistrate’s Court. Those monies, according to [...]
Supreme Court turns down appeal in evidence tampering case
For more than six months, the former Ballistic Examiner, Orlando Vera has been behind bars following a conviction for perverting the course of justice in the Michael Moderi gun related [...]
Former student to learn fate in attempted murder case next week
At the age of fifteen years, Inmas Espinal, then a second form student at Canaan High School, was arrested charged and remanded to prison for the March fifteenth, 2012 attempted [...]
Police make weed bust on Orange Walk Bus
More than seven pounds of marijuana was found on a public bus at the Orange Walk Town bus terminal this morning. But according to police, no one is claiming responsibility [...]
Evangelicals say God is on their side at family values protest
While government Ministers met in cabinet over at Independence Plaza a small group of protestors were opposing the recently passed marijuana legislation to decriminalize possession of less than ten grams [...]
City Council turns on jet vacuum drain cleaner
CEMO was out in the City today testing its brand new 2017 jet vacuum cleaner. The high tech piece of equipment will be used to clean out the drains and [...]
Japanese make building donation for O.W. high school
On Monday, the government of Japan donated one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars for a garbage truck; today it was the Bishop Martin High School to benefit from a brand [...]
Works wants to get Belize moving
The Ministry of Works, in partnership with the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, held a national workshop on Integrated & Sustainable Logistics and Mobility Policy today in [...]
Is F.F.B. presidential election already decided?
The Football Federation of Belize is hoping that the third time is the charm on Saturday, when it seeks once again to elect a president. In May of 2016, after [...]
Training complete for sound engineers
Over the summer, NICH hosted a three and a half month workshop to train interested persons in sound engineering. The audio training workshop was intense and covered a number of [...]
Will Parliament Vote For or Against $90 Million Dollars Payment To Belize Bank
Cabinet met today for a regular session, but on the agenda for discussion was anything but an extraordinary matter. The main topic was the $89 million dollars which the Caribbean Court of Justice ordered the Barrow Administration to pay to the Belize Bank, as part of a $35m loan guaranteed by the Government for the Universal Health Services under the former Musa Administration, but which Prime Minister Dean Barrow refused to honor upon taking office in 2008. The Bank appealed the rulings of the Courts in Belize, and won a favourable decision before the Privy Council. The matter was then challenged before the CCJ, and last week they ruled that the Privy Council’s decision was proper, which meant the Government is expected to pay. But the matter is not that simplified, because through all the years the payment was held back, it accumulated interest of over $50 million dollars.
Mercury Detected In Species Of Fish, MOH Issues Advisory
Traces of mercury were detected in a few species of fish that come from the Macal, Mopan, Belize and the New Rivers. Therefore, the Ministry of Health along with the Department of Environment and the Belize Electric Company Limited (BECOL) has issued a public advisory on the required amount of fish that can be consumed on a weekly basis to avoid the harmful effects brought about by being exposed to mercury.
To Pay or Not to Pay?
Will the Government of Belize respect the Caribbean Court of Justice by paying the ninety million dollars to the Belize Bank? It was last week that the Caribbean Court of Justice overturned the decision of the Belize Court of Appeal and ordered Government to pay the Belize Bank. Today’s Cabinet meeting discussed the judgment. Love […]
CCJ’s reports Twenty Percent Increase in Cases
For the judicial year 2016-2017 the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) is reporting a 20 percent increase in the number of matters filed before it than the previous year. In its annual report, the Trinidad-based CCJ indicated cases were filed from four Caribbean countries that are signatories to the CCJ’s Appellate jurisdiction, Dominica, Barbados, Guyana, […]
Elrington laments over CCJ’s Judgment
This month, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has made two ruling against the Government of Belize. On November 7, the CCJ also ruled against Minister Wilfred Elrington in his capacity as an attorney. The case was between Elrington’s Law Firm and Progresso Heights which surrounded a disagreement involving a real estate deal. In June […]
Hugo Patt on Border Infractions
The Minister of State in the Ministry of Natural Resources, Hugo Patt, spoke to the media about the recent illegal transshipment of drugs and contraband activities which have been occurring in the North. Hugo Patt – Minister of State in the Ministry of Natural Resources “It is a concern that all of us share within […]
Sugar Production surpasses Projection
Between 2016 and 2017 sugar production for the Caribbean surpassed its projection of 406,000 tonnes by 12,000 tonnes. The Sugar Association of the Caribbean says that the figures affirm the region’s capability to supply the regional market, estimated at 320,000 tonnes for both brown and white sugar. For its 67th Annual Board Meeting, association members […]
NEAB holds Family Values Rally
Today, the National Evangelical Association of Belize (NEAB) held a Family Values Rally in front of the National Assembly to create awareness that the family is being eroded. The President of NEAB, Pastor Lance Lewis said that the church has a message for the nation, that is, “God wants to see the family together because […]
Bishop Martin High School receives funds for Classroom from Japan
As part of its Grassroots and Human Security Project, the Embassy of Japan in Belize yesterday gifted Bishop Martin High School with more than two hundred thousand dollars. The monies will be used to construct a classroom building for the growing school in Orange Walk Town. During a short ceremony yesterday, Principal, Luis Pook expressed […]
Tourists Robbed on King Street
A surveillance camera attached to one of the businesses on King Street, Belize City, caught two persons being robbed by two men on bicycles. The two women who are believed to be tourists were walking on King Street when the two men approached them from the rear. The video shows that the robbery occurred at […]
National Workshop to establish a Sustainable Transport Plan
The Ministry of Works is holding a two-day national workshop on integrated and sustainable logistics and mobility at the Bull Frog Inn in Belmopan. It is believed that this will help to advance our national and regional objectives of a sustainable transport plan. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, ECLAC is partnering with […]
Vacuum Truck: To Alleviate Flood Problems in the City
Last year the Belize City Council acquired a Vacuum Truck under the Flood Mitigation Project. Several trainings with regards to how to properly operate the vacuum truck have been carried out and today City Councilor Phillip Willoughby was with some of the trainees on King Street where the capabilities of the truck were put to […]
Espinal charged with Attempted Murder
In a trial without a jury, Justice Adolph Lucas today reserved his decision for December 7 for 20-year-old Inmas Espinal, charged with the attempted murder of Jose Antonio Saravia. The incident occurred between 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. on March 15, 2012 on Rose Cousin Street. Saravia testified that he was passing by Epinal’s house when Espinal came out […]
Umpire Assaulted by Fan at Cricket Game
Police have charged a 43-year-old woman for allegedly assaulting the umpire of a cricket game. She is Yolanda Banner, a domestic worker of Lemonal. She was charged with common assault. She pled not guilty to the charge when she appeared today before the Chief Magistrate, Sharon Fraser. She was released on a bail of five […]
Toledo Institute for Development and Environment holds Fisher’s Forum
Fishers of Port Honduras and Sapodilla Cays Marine reserves participated in a fisher’s forum held in Punta Gorda. Correspondent Paul Mahung reports. Paul Mahung, Love FM “The coordinator of the event last Thursday was TIDE’s manage access officer Ryan Moore. Ryan Moore, TIDE “The Toledo Institute for Development and Environment held a manage access fisherfolk […]
Twenty-Two Persons completed an Audio Training
Last week, twenty-two persons successfully completed a live audio training course. The course ran for five months and it was facilitated by Whitfield Welch, audio engineer at the Bliss Center for the Performing Arts in Belize City. Whitfield Welch “We went through everything pertaining to a sound system. It starts with the source which will […]
Fredezia April Lambey and Josette Allendi McGann get highest CSEC and CAPE scores
The results of the 2017 Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) are in.
The top student, Fredezia April Lambey, hails from the Independence High School. She obtained fifteen grade (1) passes at the General Proficiency level in Agricultural Science, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English A, English B (Literature), Information Technology, Integrated Science, Mathematics, Office Administration, Principles of Business, Social Studies, Spanish, Electronic Document Preparation and Management and Human and Social Biology. She received one grade (2), in Physics.
Lambey also achieved first place in Office Administration and Social Studies.
Lieutenant Colonel Charlton Roches target of audit report
An audit of the Belize Defence Force (BDF) has revealed questionable practices which can be traced to payments made to Charlton Roches, a Lieutenant Colonel of the BDF.
Roches is a majority shareholder of a company with the name Belize Jungle Experience Ltd., and the payments that were made to him were for services that were provided to support a jungle training exercise for the German army. The report, which presented several findings and recommendations, advised that “The Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) needs to be consulted if in fact there are civil and or criminal offences that may have been committed.”
Clinton Arthur Davis, 54, murdered
The wife of real estate agent Clinton Arthur Davis, 54, and the couple’s four children, got the sad news at about 11:30 on Friday morning that the land consultant of Mile 5, George Price Highway, who had gone missing recently, was dead.
The owner of Davis Beach was found in a pool of water on his beach property. A bad odor emanating from the area caused a worker of the nearby Old Belize Marina to look across to the adjacent Davis Beach, where he saw the body floating in the water.
Police were alerted and they went to the scene and secured the area, after which an onsite autopsy was carried out. After the autopsy, Davis was buried on his property.
Barrow dodges the media
Last Wednesday, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) dropped the hammer on the Government of Belize, ordering Government to cough up over $90 million to the Belize Bank to settle the outstanding debt of the Universal Health Services (UHS), now the Belize Healthcare Partners Limited (BHPL).
One day after the judgment, Prime Minister Dean Barrow skipped town. Belize learned the whereabouts of its PM via a press release which stated that he was heading to Houston, Texas, to “attend a private function”, details of which have not been made known.
Today, Barrow was scheduled to return to the country, and Amandala and several media houses camped out in the boiling noonday sun at the Philip Goldson International Airport (PGIA), with the hopes of getting a response from the Prime Minister about our latest massive loss in the international courts.
The strange case of the missing Indian medical student
On Friday police reported that he had been missing since November 9, but Amandala can today confirm that Indian national, Maninder Singh, 21, was never missing.
Today, our newspaper contacted Keisha Lyn Belezaire, the administrator for the Central America Health Sciences University, also known as the Belize Medical College, situated on the Burrell Boom road, where Singh was a student.
Belezaire revealed that after the school filed a missing person’s report, Singh emailed the administration explaining that he was not missing, but instead had withdrawn from the school because he did not have the finances to further his studies.
Bishop Ann Henning Byfield comes to Moments of Inspiration
Bishop Anne Henning Byfield and seven pastors of the African Methodist Episcopal Church (A.M.E) of the United States will be visiting Belize from Thursday, November 30, to Tuesday, December 5.
Virginia Echols, the host of Moments of Inspiration on KREM Radio on Sunday mornings from 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., told us today that the visit of the bishop and the pastors was made possible through the collaborative efforts of Moments of Inspiration and the A.M.E. Church. The bishop and pastors will be special guests on the Moments of Inspiration show, on Sunday, December 3rd, and they will be delivering inspirational messages in different churches in Belize during the rest of their stay.
Semifinals completed; the stage is set for PLB Finals game 1
The Premier League of Belize (PLB) 2017-2018 Opening Season is now down to two teams, Belmopan Bandits SC and Verdes FC, after completing the second leg of the semifinals series this past weekend. With 6-goal margins from their first games of the semifinals, both the Bandits and Verdes coasted through their semifinals home game, to set the stage for what has become perhaps the most anticipated finals showdown in years.
On Saturday night at their Isidoro Beaton Stadium, home standing Belmopan Bandits SC jumped to a 2-nil first half lead, and cruised to a 3-1 victory over a game San Pedro Pirates FC. Top Honduran striker Georgie Welcome struck twice (3’ & 34’) for the Bandits in first half, and Jerome “Jarro” James added another (51’), while talented midfielder Jesse Smith (47’) scored for the visitors. Despite the aggregate 9-1 result from the two semifinal games, the Bandits suffered some setbacks, as both captain Elroy Smith and midfielder Khalil Velasquez were red-carded by referee Fareed Ahmad, and should be unavailable for the Finals game 1. San Pedro’s Hector Martinez was also ejected, but he will serve his suspension at the start of the Closing Season.
Belmopan FA 1st Division Amateur weekend results, standings
The Belmopan Football Association (BFA) 1st Division Amateur 2017-2018 Opening Season Tournament continued over the weekend with Week 7 games on Friday and Sunday, November 24 and 26, at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium.
In the opener on Friday, (Group A) Capital United crushed Camalote Warriors, 6-1, with goals from Ashton Hyde (17’ & 60’), Alex Cornelio (22’) and Julian Maldonado (37’, 78’ & 81’); while Norman Neal (30’) got the only goal for Camalote. And in the nightcap, (Group A) Juventus FC prevailed, 4-1, over Maya Mopan Rangers. Juventus goals were by Alance Ayala (41’ & 46’), Levi Pixabaj (50’) and Rai West (83’); while Edward Arthurs (65’) scored for the Rangers.
1st semifinals results in BFA – Saldivar Kids, Youth & Female Cup Late Tournament 2017
The 1st round in the best-of-2 games semifinals of the Belmopan Football Association’s (BFA) Hon. John Saldivar Kids, Youth and Female Cup Late Tournament 2017 took place on Saturday and Sunday, November 25-26, at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium. Two semifinal games each were played in the U-13 and U-15 categories on Saturday; and the two U-17 semifinals were played on Sunday. The 2nd round of the semifinals comes up this weekend:
Weekend Warriors Sunday Race results – November 26
Here are the results from racing held yesterday from Leslie’s Imports through the Boom/Hattieville road to the Philip Goldson Highway and back, for 50 miles. The race, for Weekend Warriors (WW) Open A/B/C categories, started at 8:40 a.m. with 32 riders; 28 finished the race.
Finishing order was: 1st place – KENROY GLADDEN (Kulture Megabytes, 2:17:40); 2nd Warren Coye (Santino’s, 2:19:14); 3rd Windell Williams (Smart, 2:20:32); 4th Gilberto Acosta (Santino’s, st); 5th Palas Joseph (Lampaz, 2:21:08); 6th Collet Maheia (Kulture Megabytes, st); 7th Kent “Bob” Gabourel (Kulture Megabytes, st); 8th Alvan Gillett (Kulture Megabytes, st); 9th Mark Reid (Santino’s, 2:21:43); 10th Barney Brown (Scotiabank, st)...
Editorial: Belizean health care
Every day in Belize, families are having to make stressful financial decisions which have to do with health care. Poor families don’t have to make any decisions: they have to go to Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH), wait their turn, and hope for the best. Rich people don’t have to make any decisions: they automatically take their loved ones to one of the private hospitals, and they plunk money down on whichever private hospital’s barrel head. (No money, no care.) Very rich people may fly out their loved ones to the mighty U. S. of A.
The reality is that the “in-between” people are the ones who have to be making financial decisions in health care crises. In-between Belizeans may have enough money to seek, in the first instance, the relative comforts of a private hospital for their loved ones, but the bills can pile up so fast, the health crisis may become so serious, they often have to run to KHMH, the public hospital. You may say that such a person who could not sustain the expenses at one of the private hospitals, hung his/her hat too high when he/she went there in the first place, but in matters of health, usually the first thing we think of is not the cost, but rather the need for the best treatment and most comfortable environment possible.
Belizean Softball Greatness In Retrospect!
The 1960s, 1970s and part of the 1980s culminated the historical period of Belizean softball greatness that continues to be talked about today in Belizean circles both at home in Belize and in the Belizean diaspora abroad. It was a golden age of Belize’s sporting greatness; a period of highly developed sportsmanship that was achieved through hard work and a high level of performance that appears to be unattainable today in all levels of sports in Belize.
In this classic photo of the legendary Belizean women of softball greatness in the 1960s, it depicts a positive image of a world champion that had dominated softball in the Caribbean and Central America, beat the dynamic Jamaican teams in Caribbean softball tournaments, and recorded for the former “British Honduras” that is today known as “Belize”, the most accomplished sports history. We here at Belizean Legends are inspired to chronicle these historic achievements. These were ordinary Belizean women of the 1960s who practiced hard and played to win. They appeared to be some of the best in the world that played the game, and they are to be honored and remembered.
Belize, a Nation (Still) in the Making
We take a look at the interview we did with one of our own Assistant Professor and researcher Dr. Candice Pitts about her research entitled “Belize a nation (still) in the making” which was published in the international Journal on contemporary writing Wasafari Journal.
Beka Lamb is a Belizean Classic that is centered on pre-independent Belize. The author, Zee Edgell, illustrates an accurate picture of the social and political fabric of that era. Dr. Candice Pitts, Assistant Professor of English at the University of Belize, made a profound analysis on the Beka Lamb classic and the role women have played in Belizean struggle for independence and shows that although they played an essential role it’s overshadowed. She compares the different characters and expounds on how they “fit” or “fight” the patriarchal society. The protagonist, Beka, is portrayed as an activist against this mentality. Dr. Pitts also used the National Anthem and Flag to demonstrate that only men are honored and women are marginalized.
Plane found destroyed suspected to be drug plane
Police are investigating the wreckage of a plane that was found in a cornfield in Hill Bank, Orange Walk District, yesterday afternoon.
Residents who saw a suspicious plane in the area on Saturday alerted the police, and a combined patrol consisting of police and soldiers of the Belize Defence Force went to the area to see what was happening.
No one was found in the area when law officers arrived on the scene.
Nijah Brandon, 23, construction worker, charged with possession of counterfeit currency
Belize counterfeit currency in the denomination of $50 notes is circulating in Belize City. This morning, Nijah Brandon, 23, a construction worker of La Democracia, appeared before Magistrate Michelle Trapp, who read to him a charge for possession of counterfeit currency, knowing that it was not genuine.
Police have alleged that at around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 23, Brandon had two Belize counterfeit $50 notes in his possession. Police said that they went to the upper flat of a wooden house, located at 13 Pelican Street, and saw Brandon sitting on a sofa.
Espat says Barrow has to pay Ashcroft’s bank 90 mil
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruling in favor of Lord Michael Ashcroft’s Belize Bank, a 90-million-dollar judgment against the Dean Barrow-led government of Belize, has generated defiant comments from government ministers, who are insisting that they will vote against the government making the payment.
A ranking leader of the People’s United Party, Hon. Julius Espat, commented this week on the government’s claim that they would resist the payment of the government-guaranteed loan from the Belize Bank to the then Universal Healthcare Partners Limited now operating under the name of Belize Health Care Partners.
“Under the Finance and Audit Act in 2010, that the Prime Minister did himself, it says it’s a criminal act if you don’t follow the rules and regulation. So if he doesn’t go to Parliament and he doesn’t get it passed, he is doing an unlawful act and the punishment is jail.
Sexual abuse reported at Immigration Department’s Northern Border Station
Two weeks ago we reported on the matter of three police officers from the Independence Police Formation who were accused of raping two women who were in their custody.
Today, there is another very serious allegation of sexual abuse coming out of another governmental institution.
Amandala has been reliably informed that a senior male Immigration officer of over two decades, who is attached to the Northern Border Station, has been accused by a junior female Immigration officer of grave sexual misconduct.
Information to Amandala is that two weeks ago the two were working the night shift at the northern border when the incident occurred.
Breaking Belize News
European Union funds water systems improvement in rural Stann Creek
The Government of Belize Press Office today informed the public of a contract signature for […]
Shotgun found in Franks Eddy Village, Cayo
Special Branch personnel conducted a search in an open lot […]
House of Mennonite farmer burns down
Abram Wiebe, 54, a Belizean Mennonite farmer of Camp 50, Indian Creek Village, Orange Walk […]
Health advisory warns not to eat certain fish from Macal and other rivers
The Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the Department of the Environment and the Belize […]
Cool weather to continue
The 24-hour forecast is for mostly fair and cool conditions to continue across the country. […]
Tim’s Store in San Ignacio Town robbed last night
According to reports, last night Tim’s Store in San Ignacio Town was robbed by three […]
Man charged for possession of counterfeit currency
Yesterday, Nijar Brandon, 23, of Democracia Village was charged for the possession of counterfeit currency. […]
Several UDP and PUP parliamentarians say no to $90 million payment
Since the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled that Belize should pay Belize Bank over […]
Antivirus inventor John McAfee, 71, went on a naked shooting spree because the 'Belize government wants to assassinate him'
John McAfee went on a naked shooting spree in September because he thought Belizean intruders were breaking into his home.
The antivirus software inventor started firing bullets into the walls and ceiling of his Tennessee home when his aggressive dogs started barking wildly.
At the moment they started barking the 71-year-old was in the middle of a romp-session with his 34-year-old wife Janice, according to Newsweek.
'[He] thought he heard a movement in the crawl space under our bedroom and in the attic,' Janice said in a statement to the FBI.
'He then fired his gun into both areas.'
This Week in Education, 4.5min. This Week in Education. Featuring teacher Sharmane Parham of Forest Home Methodist School and Telesforo Paquil of St. Peter Claver R.C. School.
Fryjacks from Belize, 2.5min. Fry jacks are a traditional dish in the Belizean cuisine. They are deep fried dough pieces served as a breakfast or dinner item, my 4yr old sister had fun making festive fryjacks today, after all there is an art in making fryjack.
Young, brilliant minds to shape our future!, 3min. In our third Universal Children's Day video, Aejalee Thurton, a student of Belize High School, interviews the Rt. Reverend Bishop Philip Wright, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese.
Men on Violence against Women, 30min.
Public Service Workers Trust, 25min.
Lineated woodpecker, 1/2min. today's visitor to the yard
CARICOM Regional Commission on Marijuana, 6min. Antigua & Barbuda, Guyana, St. Vincent & the Grenadines are among the first countries to host CARICOM’s Regional Commission on Marijuana; and on Thursday, November 23rd, Belize welcomed the group to host National Consultations on the widely-debated Cannabis plant. Here’s what we learnt…
Inauguration of Sporting Complex in Punta Gorda, 4min. The Residents of Punta Gorda Town officially inaugurated their new Sporting Complex on Friday, November 17th, and our Belize Now team was there to witness the event.
Inauguration ceremony at the Our Lady of Guadalupe RC Primary School, 4min. On Wednesday, November 23rd, the Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports and Culture along with the Social Investment Fund held an inauguration ceremony at the Our Lady of Guadalupe RC Primary School in Altamira Village, Corozal. The ceremony, marking the completion of a $1.2million dollars school expansion project, was in celebration and gratitude for the new model Pre-School Building and an extensive extension to the Primary School Building on the Compound.
Tourists robbed in downtown Belize City, 1/2min.
Country Foods Belize Ad, 1min.
Loving Belize 10 Tourist Advice, Education, Punta Gorda, Belize City, San Pedro Co, 33min. This is a special dedicated to showing you just what Belize has to offer its children.
In this of Loving Belize, you are taken to Punta Gorda to met 95 year old musical artist Paul Nabor, a man with an amazing life story who has traveled .
Welcome to 6 of the documentary series Loving Belize. In this you are taken on a fishing adventure with Little Kitchen Adventure tours with .
Conheça o Coral Caye Belize, 1min. eu sonho de viver momentos inesquecíveis em uma ilha privativa pode se tornar realidade. Produto que faz parte do The Family Coppola Hideaways
Belize Vacation 2017, 3min.
Police Check Point Talk Show November 28, 60min.