Grace Primary hosts Math Fair
The Primary School Examination (PSE) reflects the struggle students continue to have with mathematics. For example, half of the students who sat the PSE exam this year scored an E on the math portion of it. The Ministry of Education and schools continue to seek ways to help students better perform at mathematics. Today, Grace …
Low pressure to dump more rains on Belize
The rains have been incessant in the past few days and as the weekend approaches the Belize Weather Bureau is forecasting similar weather conditions. Reporter, Johnelle McKenzie took a drive north to meet with the Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Derrick Rudon. Derrick Rudon Deputy Chief Meteorologist: “There is an area of low pressure located near North …
Prison inmate receives highest score on PSE
Inmates at the Belize Central Prison who sat the Primary School Examination or underwent the Education Andragogy Training were honored today during a ceremony on the compound. Marvin Stephens topped the PSE results among his peers at the prison. According to Stephens he is looking to better his life. Marvin Stephens, Inmate: “I want to …
Prison inmates honored for participation in PSE and MOE A
Cindy Gregg School: it is an education centre for the inmates at the Belize Central Prison. Sitnah Blease reports on how and why the centre exists. Sitnah Blease: 71 inmates of the Belize Central Prison were recognized by the Kolbe Foundation for their efforts made at higher learning. A ceremony took place this morning on …
Couple’s home destroyed by fire
A couple is homeless after fire completely destroyed their home located on Jimmy Dyer Street in Belize City. Delvino Vasquez said he was sound asleep when he was awoken by the smell of smoke. Love News spoke with Berrisford Matura, Assistant Fire Chief, who said that the fire department was alerted to the fire at …
CEMO holds Press Conference since Invest 91L Will Make it Rain
Invest 91L is the name given to a weather system that is expected to bring a lot of rain over Belize this weekend. There is so much downpour expected that it has prompted the City Emergency Management Organization (CEMO) and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) to have their volunteers across the country on standby. …
Labour Minister meets with PBL and CWU but braces for possible Tribunal
Minister of State in the Ministry of Labour Dr. Carla Barnett met with the Christian Workers Union (CWU) over the impasse it has with the Port of Belize on the collective bargaining agreement for the stevedores who service the ships at the port. The last two days saw Minister Barnett meeting with both the CWU …
Stevedores threaten waterfront strike!
In the wake of a 21-day notice for industrial action against the Port of Belize Limited (PBL) that the Christian Workers Union (CWU) served on September 28 on behalf of stevedores employed by PBL, there has been a feverish attempt on the part of the Government of Belize to find an end to the labor impasse. Minister of State in the Ministry of Labor, Dr. Carla Barnett, and the Acting Labor Commissioner, Mrs. Paulette Wagner, have brokered a series of meetings between the two parties — the CWU and the Port of Belize Limited, represented by its Chief Executive Officer, Arturo “Tux” Vasquez. More meetings between the parties are scheduled for tomorrow, Friday.
51 State of Public Emergency detainees released
In the early morning hours of September 4, police units raided the homes of a number of suspected gang affiliates in two Southside neighborhoods — Ghost Town (Banak Street) and George Street, which were declared areas of public emergency, defined by a proclamation that was signed by Governor General, Sir Colville Young.
Last night, before the stroke of midnight, several police vehicles went to the Belize Central Prison, on the Hattieville/Burrell Boom Road to collect all the men who had been detained for the one-month period under the state of emergency proclamation.
4 home invasions/burglaries in one week in the Cayo District
News of two worrisome incidents came out of the Cayo District this week concerning two senior citizens who were badly beaten during separate home invasions. The first incident occurred on Monday, October 1, at the home of an American national, William Scott Field, 64.
According to police, one of Field’s workers arrived at his home in Santa Elena and began calling out for him. The worker became concerned when Field did not respond, and, having his own keys to the home, he used these to enter. When he did enter, he found Field on the floor in a semi-unconscious state, with serious injuries to his face.
Field was taken to the San Ignacio Community Hospital, and later transported to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital in Belize City, where today he reportedly was in a coma and was listed in a critical condition.
Belizean-American remanded for hotel murder of Caye Caulker man
A police investigation into the brutal murder of Christopher Meighan, 21, a baker of Caye Caulker, led to the arrest of Belizean-American Lalman Richard Logan, 29. Logan was arrested Friday evening at the Philip Goldson International Airport, while he was waiting to board a plane to fly out of the country.
Today, Logan was arraigned on a charge of murder at the San Pedro Magistrate’s Court, and remanded until December 6.
A second suspect in Meighan’s murder, Rufino Hernandez, a fisherman of San Mateo, San Pedro, was arrested in Belize City.
UWI signs agreement with UNIBAM for new course
On Tuesday, October 2, the University of the West Indies (UWI) signed an agreement with the United Belize Advocacy Movement (UNIBAM) to start implementing a course to explore different topics regarding sexual orientation and gender identity. The course is titled “Citizen Rights and State Responsibilities for the Sexually Vulnerable and Victimized in Belize” and will commence sometime this month.
According to the head of UWI’s Open Campus in Belize, Jane Bennett, UNIBAM had approached them with the idea of this new course. Caleb Orozco, executive director of UNIBAM, worked alongside UWI Belize’s program officer, Sharmayne Saunders, for a few months developing the course.
Check out the free KREM app today!
This year, KREM FM, Belize’s first private radio station, has become more accessible than ever with its new app. Launched in March of this year, the app can be easily downloaded by users either from the Google Play Store or the Apple Store so that they can access the latest news and listen in to select KREM radio programs on the go.
The app allows users to listen to KREM Radio live, as well as listen to repeats of the evening newscasts that are aired daily. As mentioned, the programming for the different radio shows can also be found on the app.
Softball great, Claudette Busch passes
As softball fans prepared for the Annual Charles Solis Invitational Tournament this past weekend at Rogers Stadium, news was received of the passing on Friday of softball great, Claudette Busch in Los Angeles, California, USA. Chief umpire at the Charles Solis Tournament on Sunday, Leslie Rogers, who shared a son with Claudette, informed us of her passing. Claudette, who attended All Saints’ Primary and Belize Junior Secondary School No. 1 (later named E.P. Yorke High School) before going on to the Belize Technical College, spent most of her adult years in Belize as an employee at Belize Electricity Limited (BEL), while enjoying an outstanding career in ladies softball, representing Belize in every international tournament between 1978 and 1987, when she migrated to the U.S.
Dangriga bi-monthly pool tournament winners
This past weekend in Dangriga, Hon. Frank Papa Mena’s bi-monthly individual pool tournament at Aba Isieni Cool Spot had 18 players from across Stann Creek District partaking. The defending champ, Enfield Coleman retained his title in this round.
The winners are: 1st Place – Enfield Coleman; 2nd Lyndon “Jet P” Parham; and 3rd Carlos Molena.
Belize represented at Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games
The III Summer Youth Olympic Games will take place in Buenos Aires, Argentina from October 6 – 18, 2018, where almost 4,000 athletes will compete in 36 disciplines. The Youth Olympic Games are an elite multi-sport program for athletes ages 15 to 18, and are held every 4 years. Buenos Aires 2018 will be the first gender balanced Olympic event, meaning equal numbers of male and female athletes.
Belize will be represented by a contingent of 2 athletes, 2 coaches and a Chief of Mission.
Corozal FA U-15 and U-17 update
This week marked the 8th week of the Corozal Football Association’s (CFA) ongoing U-15 Male and U-17 Male Tournaments, with a total of 5 teams for the U-15, and 10 teams for the U-17. The tournament also includes U-10 Male and U-17 Female categories. We are pleased to report that all games have been a success. We extend a sincere thanks to our Organizing Committee Chairman, Mr. Melhem Williams, for his continued support, commitment and dedication. A big thank you to all the parents, club managers, players and coaches.
This past weekend’s games on Saturday and Sunday were all played at the Carolina Football Field.
Belizeans, have we failed?
Bobby Lopez’s Belize Peace Movement honored the late Hon. Philip Goldson this Wednesday in Belmopan on the anniversary of our national hero’s death in the capital city on October 3, 2001. Such honor for Mr. Goldson is good. There is a mystique which surrounds the memory of Mr. Goldson: he has become a saint almost, and the reason is that his patriotism was so pure and unflinching.
On the anniversary of Mr. Goldson’s death, this newspaper would like to take a hard look at Belize’s political independence. We have to ask the question: have we failed?
From The Publisher
Casual students of the Mexican Revolution, which may have lasted from 1910 to 1940, will readily recall the names of Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa, but it is only serious students of that revolution who are aware of the important revolutionary presidencies in Mexico of Calles in the 1920s and Cardenas in the 1930s.
It may be that many of the socio-political gains of the Mexican Revolution have now been reversed. There were some Mexican presidencies in the latter part of the twentieth century, such as that of Carlos Salinas de Gortari, which were practically neoliberal.
Let’s be equitably informed on the referendum
Although some Belizeans have already decided how they will vote in the upcoming referendum next April, there are still many more that are confused by the noise in the market place. I am therefore writing these few lines in the hope that they may, in some small measure, add a little clarity to a crisis which has now become political as well as existential.
Andy Jones cries out from Peini …
I wonder if you would find it worthy to print this letter. It’s quite late at night as I write this, but I am thinking back on the many articles that Amandala has printed giving the common man on the streets a voice to the world, which has convinced me to go ahead and write this letter.
It is only because of the Amandala’s generosity to the people that I write and ask your assistance in helping me show my displeasure towards the Punta Gorda Town Mayor, his administrator and some of his councillors.
Belize can only draw, or lose …
“To go or not to go to the ICJ;” that is the question. Just borrowing from Shakespeare.
For Mr. Elrington to have fought for sixty years to go, and now Belizeans are against it, must be mind-boggling to him and those who believe we should go.
Belizeans are already skeptical of courts, and compounded by all of our losses in international cases, we cannot be blamed.
Sixty years is very long, and short at the same time; time is relative. Still, many things have happened in Belize since then, including a couple threats of invasion from Guatemala. The British, and a couple natural disasters (God), have helped our little country remain intact.
Revisiting past child abductions in Belize and missing children
It seems as if every other week a child is reported missing. The relief of families when their loved one is found is immense. Far too often, the story ends in grief. Sometimes, the bodies of children who disappeared are discovered, and although the family receives the closure they need, it does little to lessen the grief.
Last Monday, September 24, three children narrowly escaped being abducted by a Caucasian man who was driving a white van with painted decorations on the side and front.
Reflections on the Heads of Agreement
In his September 28, 2018, column, the Publisher of Amandala called for more reflection and conversation surrounding the events which happened 37 years ago during the civil uproar that came with the pronouncement of the Heads of Agreement in March of 1981. Indeed, it is important to ask what is the stigma surrounding this momentous period and why it has resulted in a seeming avoidance of any serious public discussion on the subject for the last thirty seven years.
Guats trying to turn back the time
I told one of my nephews that I preferred Judy Boucher to Sade, and I saw his eyebrows go up. I think Sade is super spectacular, a talent for all time. But I measure artists by what they do for my melancholia. If you don’t understand the possessive pronoun there, well, you should – as all the without of a person is theirs, so is all that’s within.
The human mind, it’s a crazy labyrinth, and the craziest people to emerge from its corridors are the homosexuals. They have the full patent. They’re quite the study, and that’s why they oftentimes hog up the headlines. Bah, they’re not going to hog up my headlines. This story is not about them.
I got to visit the border this weekend!
As the youth focal point on the National Steering Committee for the Global Environment Facility’s Small Grants Program, I get the amazing opportunity to travel the country conducting pre-site and follow up visits of our grantees, and I took my first official visit to the beautiful Toledo District.
We first visited Jalacte Village, which sits along Belize’s western border with our neighbour, Guatemala. The village has no connection to electricity nor does it have running water. Villagers depend on water pumps that run dry during the dry season.
Gas prices up yet again
Yesterday, the price for regular gas went up seemingly for the umpteenth time this year. The price rose by 16 cents per gallon, from $11.04 to $11.20.
The last time gas prices increased was very recently, on September 19, when the price of premium gas went up 7 cents per gallon, from $11.70 to $11.77. This time, the price of premium gas remained the same, and so did the price of diesel, which remained at $10.69 per gallon, and the price of kerosene, which remained at $8.34 per gallon.
CCJ rejects appeal of convicted murderer Dionicio “Life” Salazar
The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) heard submissions this morning, via teleconference, between the Supreme Court in Belize City and its Port of Spain, Trinidad headquarters, in the appeal of Dionicio “Life” Salazar, a convicted murderer who is serving a life sentence under the previous sentencing regime for murder.
After hearing submissions from Salazar’s attorney, Anthony Sylvestre, and the Crown, represented by Senior Crown Counsel, Sheiniza Smith, Belize’s highest court, the CCJ, denied the appeal and upheld the Court of Appeal decision that Salazar is guilty of the June 13, 2010 murder of Marlon Rivera, which occurred in San Ignacio Town, Cayo District.
Retired immigration officer held up in Corozal; vehicle stolen
Retired immigration officer Eugene Middleton, 65, of Halls Layout, Corozal Town, was held up on Olga Marin Drive in Halls Layout at about 10:00 Saturday night by two armed robbers. He pleaded with them not to kill him; one of them punched him in the face and they sped away in his pickup.
Middleton later reported the robbery to the Corozal police at about 7:00 Sunday morning. After making the official report, he and his brother-in-law began to search for his vehicle, and they found it abandoned in San Antonio, Corozal District.
More drama at Youth Hostel: 10 girls break through the ceiling and climb on the roof
Ten adolescent girls who are resident inmates at the Princess Royal Youth Hostel staged a protest around 10:00 a.m. this morning when they broke through the sheetrock ceiling and ended up on top of the roof of one of the buildings at their Mile 21 compound.
Authorities had to rely on police and Belize Defence Force soldiers to remove them, said a government press release that was issued today. In the press release, the Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation and Poverty Alleviation gave their version of what occurred at the girls’ section of the institution.
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE & NEMO, WARN OF HEAVY TURRENTIAL RAINS AND FLOODING
All NEMO District Coordinators met this afternoon to make sure of their state of readiness in the EOC (Emergency Operations Centers) as they monitor the movement of a weather system approaching the Yucatan.
NEMO is advising people living in low-lying and flood-prone areas to closely monitor the weather system, which will produce heavy rains as it crosses near northern Belize over the next few days.
HUMAN REMAINS FOUND NEAR BELMOPAN SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT
Police have confirmed that human remains were discovered today in a pond near the Belize Water Services sewage compound behind the Ministry of Works in Belmopan .
A pathologist who examined the remains has certifed that they included a human jawbone and shoulder bones. No injuries were detected on the bones retrieved and the pathologist said that the person was male and death occurred about three months ago.
COLA SUPPORTS STEVEDORES
The Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action (COLA) says it supports the stevedores in their plight with the Port of Belize Limited (PBL).
In a press release issued today, COLA points out that while stevedores are essential workers just as are teachers, doctors and police, they are not given the same level of courtesy and appreciation.
COLA notes the efforts that stevedores have put out over the years to seek a solution to their labour issues with the Port of Belize Limited (PBL).
CLOCK TICKING ON STEVEDORE STRIKE
The Christian Workers Union (CWU) announced this week that despite meetings with the Minister of Labour, it is still prepared to hold industrial action within its 21-day deadline for stevedores working at the Port of Belize Limited (PBL).
The CWU held a press conference on Thursday evening, explaining that the Union had two meetings with the Minister of Labour, Dr. Carla Barnett, the Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Labour and the Acting Labour Commissioner.
DPP’s OFFICE BLASTS BPD! – POLICE DROPPED THE BALL
Last Wednesday, September 26th, eight men charged for the murder of Orange Walk resident, Ariel Salazar in February 2018 walked out of the Magistrate’s Court free men after the matter was struck out. In an interview shortly after, Deputy Commissioner of Police Chester Williams explained that they received the case file from the office of the DPP just one day before the case, and because it contained instructions for the Police, it was incomplete and could not be taken to Court.
CLAVER COLLEGE TEACHERS AND BOARD MEET
The teachers of Claver College Extension (CCE), in Punta Gorda, have agreed to a meeting with members of the school’s board to resolve a dispute which has seen the school dismiss 9 of its 11 teachers on staff, sparking a week-long demonstration by students supporting their instructors.
That meeting was scheduled for late Thursday evening as the Reporter goes to press. We will have updates following the outcome of the meeting.
THE FOUR STOOGES
All of Belize became alarmed, and rightly so, when on Monday 24th September, the Minister of National Security sent the Chiefs of our security forces to shamelessly push the Yes-to-the-ICJ agenda. Many people were horrified that the Commander of the BDF and the Commandant of the Coast Guard allowed themselves to be placed in such an unholy position.
TASK-FORCE SEEKING ALTERNATIVES TO STYROFOAM AND PLASTICS
Since the government introduced legislation to phase out the use of Styrofoam and single-use plastic utensils by 2019, several government departments, NGOs and industry stakeholders have been engaged in a collaborative effort to draft the standards which will guide the industry under the new law.
A working task force comprising various government departments, including the Department of the Environment and the Customs Department, as well as organizations such as Oceana, the Belize Tourism Industry Association and others, has been formed to hash out the details.
TEST OF BELIZE’S BANKING SYSTEM LOOMS
The banking system of Belize is about to be tested in new and historic ways. An urgent application has been made by several companies to the Supreme Court in regards to the liquidation of Choice Bank Limited.
A group of claimants comprising several companies who claim that Choice Bank held funds for them as trustee, including Orion Corporate and Trust Services, Glen D. Godfrey & Co LLP, AC Webconnecting BV, XTB International Limited IPC Trade INC and FBS Markets INC filed a claim in the Supreme Court asking that the liquidation of Choice Bank be continued; but under the additional supervision of the Supreme Court of Belize.
NIGERIAN TAXIMAN VICIOUSLY ATTACKED, STABBED
Police have confirmed with the Reporter that the victim, Rockson Odiete, 51, left his house on Gentle Avenue around 10:30pm, in his taxi van along with a passenger when the two got involved in an argument which resulted in the stabbing.
MISSING BOBCAT MYSTERIOUSLY APPEARS
A missing bobcat which was gifted by Central Government two years ago to the previous City Council but went missing before it even landed in the Council’s possession found its way to the Council’s Mile 4 Works compound yesterday, with tires that had been worn to the rim and in deplorable shape overall.
Breaking Belize News
GOB cautions against fake social media accounts of Minister Erwin Contreras
The Ministry of Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment, Trade and Commerce notes that fraudulent Instagram and Facebook accounts have […]
National Committee of Families and Children urges parents to keep children safe
Today, the National Committee for Families and Children (NCFC) issued a release expressing its outrage by […]
Carla Barnett meets with Christian Workers Union and Port of Belize Limited
On Tuesday, October 2, the Ministry of Labour was informed of an impasse in the negotiations for a […]
Gang members back on the streets, police give strong warning
Over 50 men who were imprisoned during the Government of Belize’s State of Emergency have been […]
Police find pump action shotgun and 26 lbs of weed in Benque
Yesterday morning around 7:30, police conducted a search in an overgrown lot on Riverside Street, Benque Viejo Town […]
Fire destroys home in Belize City
Authorities in the old capital are investigating a fire that destroyed a home last night. According […]
Belize City police search for suspect after cab driver stabbed
Police in the old Capital are investigating a stabbing incident that left one man injured. According […]
Police need citizen cooperation in investigating Trial Farm attempted kidnapping
Police are calling on the parents of the children involved in the reported attempted kidnapping in […]
“Strike still on,” says CWU
Yesterday, the Christian Workers Union (CWU) announced that the stevedores working at the Port of Belize […]
PC Micheal Patten to face disciplinary charges
Police constable Micheal Patten will face disciplinary charges for an incident that occurred at a club in Orange […]
San Pedro man dies after ingesting poison
A San Pedro man died on Tuesday afternoon after drinking a toxic liquid. Police responded to […]
Corozal taxi driver busted with weed
Police yesterday arrested a Corozal taxi driver for over 11 pounds of weed. Around 11:50 a.m. yesterday, police […]
Police make major rum bust in San Pedro
Police yesterday found an assortment of contraband rum at a boat dock in San Pedro. Around […]
Police locate Analeily Chi in Orange Walk
Five days after 14-year-old Analeily Chi’s father reported her missing, police found her inside a home in San Luis […]
Carlos Canchan returns home 5 days after being reported missing
Earlier this week, Breaking Belize News reported on sixteen-year-old Bullet Tree resident Carlos Canchan who went missing on […]
Guatemala’s new license and Government ad includes Belize in map
A Guatemalan advertisement posted on the country’s official Government page shows the map of Guatemala […]
This is How We Shop
For as long as I can remember we have been doing stuff swaps on Ambergris Caye, so I feel qualified to say hands down Coco’s Loco Beach Bar was the best setup ever. Tricia had a tent beside the Caribbean sea, and most the clothes were sorted by size and either nicely folded or hung-up. It was unlike the days of Pedro’s Hotel when first I convinced owner Peter to let us do stuff swaps. He said, “right, just chuck it all on the pool table.”
This sip and swap venue was perfect as the popular beachfront bar is Sargasso and smell free due to the seawall. Remember to add this odorless place with a view on your vacation to do list, they do weekly gaming days and you will always fun a fun local crowd. They also have great food made by Island Tung a food cart conveniently set up near the picnic tables.
National Consultation Workshop for the Central American Agriculture Council Regional Agriculture Policy
On Thursday, October 4, 2018, the Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with the Central American Agriculture Council hosted a one-day National Consultation Workshop for the Central American Agriculture Council Regional Agriculture Policy. The event took place at Kiki Witz Resort in Belmopan.
The purpose of the workshop was to define the objectives, lines of action and the regional policy measures for the five priority areas that included i) Trade and Agri-Business: ii) Agricultural Health and Food Safety; iii) Technology & Innovation; iv) Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change; v) Institutional Streamlining and Strengthening.
Fraudulent Social Media Accounts
The Ministry of Economic Development, Petroleum, Investment, Trade and Commerce notes that fraudulent Instagram and Facebook accounts have been created to impersonate the Hon. Erwin Contreras.
The public is informed that these accounts do not belong to Minister Contreras and are in no way associated with the Ministry. Any activity or information originating from these fake profiles constitutes fraud. The Ministry does not support this and hereby advises the public to not accept any requests from the pages and to report the accounts.
Tropical storm may aim for Gulf
A broad area of showers and thunderstorms, currently over the Caribbean Sea, will drift into the Gulf of Mexico and may organize into a tropical depression or storm later this weekend and into next week.
Slow-moving and repeating downpours will continue the threat of flash flooding and mudslides into this weekend from Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize and southeastern Mexico to Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico as well as the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.
During this weekend, as the mass of downpours begins to drift, an uptick in downpours is likely to spread over the Yucatan, Cuba and perhaps the Bahamas.
"This disturbance will move to near the Yucatan Channel between the Yucatan Peninsula and western Cuba by late Sunday, then move into the southern Gulf of Mexico or over the northern Yucatan on Monday," according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski.
Caribbean Currents: Tourism aggravates water shortages in islands
The price we have to pay for progress! Tourism is the biggest money-maker in the Caribbean economy and we are all grateful that we have tourists clamoring to come to vacation in the islands. But of course, like with anything else, there is a price to pay.
One issue that has come to light is the impact on water in the tourist areas. When there is a drought across the islands, it is the local residents who pay for it. What we mean is, water rationing and water lock-offs can happen at any time of the day in households across the islands, but not so at the hotels that service the hundreds of thousands of tourists. Water is diverted to those areas. If water is diverted from the residents, how does the government expect its people to respond? Climate change is also a factor in this equation.
A Drought Bulletin issued in April 2018 by the Caribbean Drought and Precipitation Monitoring Network showed the water levels in waterways and reservoirs all at record lows, especially in Cuba and Antigua. The report also cited that parts of Haiti and Belize should be regularly monitored because of the possibility of “long-term drought.”
World diabetes day walkaton November 14, 2018, 1min. This will be sponsored walk and we ask each participants to raise at least a minimum of 20$. Participants will recieve a sponsorship letter upon registering for the event. Further you will recieve a pin to represent the person (s) whom your sponsor has dedicated their sponsorship. there will be an presentation after the end of the walk. Certificates of participation will be given out at this time and our grand raffle for thiswill be drawn. We are located on Corner 3rd street South and 7th Avenue going towards college road on the corner. The building is painted green. For more details about this event kindly contact us at 624-4476. Or, message our facebook page At Corozal Belize Diabetes Association.
DRONE | Maya Beach, Belize, min.
Belize Independence Day Parade 2018 Ambergris Caye, 8min. This annual event is Belize's biggest celebration and this year marks 37 years of independence as a country.
Sailing Belize - North Long Cocoa Island, 3min. After the first episode in Wippari Caye, we arrive in North Long Cocoa Island. Island visit, drone view, snorkelling, island dog, BBQ, ...
Our Adventure Day at the Belize Zoo and St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park :), 5min. We visited the Belize Zoo and the St. Herman’s Blue Hole National Park and had such a fun time. Here are some of the beautiful animals we got to see at the zoo. The water was so cool and nice at the cave.
COROZAL CONSEJO VILLAGE BELIZE - The place where NATUREBOY stayed & his NEIGHBORS, 7min. Thank you Constance Bailey. She is appreciated y’all...