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The San Pedro Sun

Los Catrachos F.C advance to NALC Quarterfinals
After the second round of the round 16 playoffs for National Amateur League Championship (NALC) Football Tournament, Los Catrachos F.C have advanced to the quarterfinals while Vince Assassins fell short and were eliminated in this most recent round of games. The top eight teams that advance to the NALC Quarterfinals are Barrack Road F.C, Los Catrachos F.C, Progresso F.C, Club Atletico F.C, GG Sugar Boys F.C, Ceasar Ridge F.C, CJM Strikerz and Roaring Creek United. For the first round of the NALC quarterfinals, Los Catrachos will be playing at home against Barrack Road F.C on Saturday, June 8th. The match is scheduled to begin at 7:30PM at the Ambergris Stadium in San Pedro Town. ALL islanders are invited to come out and support the island team in their home game.

2019 Miss Hispanoamericana and Miss International crowned in San Pedro Town
During a ceremony held at Casa Picasso Restaurant in San Pedro Town on Saturday, June 1st, San Pedro's very own Gabriela Varela was crowned as 2019 Miss Hispanoamericana Belize and Selena Urias as 2019 Miss International Belize. Present at the coronation was Mayor Daniel Guerrero, Miss World Belize 2018 Jalyssa Arthurs, Miss San Pedro 2018 Chelsea Munoz and Miss America Latina Belize 2019 Iris Salguero. The Miss Hispanoamericana Belize and Miss International Belize organization is proud to give these young ladies the opportunity represent Belize abroad. Their goal is to make dreams come true and create a role model platform to inspire and empower young women in Belize.

San Pedro Tiger Sharks aim for the win at final NEBL Championship game
San Pedro Tiger Shark fell short during the fourth game in the best-out-of-five series of the 2019 National Elite Basketball League's (NEBL) finals against the defending champions Mirage/Smart Belize Hurricanes on Saturday, June 1st, held at the Belize City Civic Centre. This loss leaves San Pedro Tiger Sharks at a 2-2 tie and now the island team must win the fifth game to be crowned the champions.

Belize Signs Framework Agreement with PARLACEN
The National Assembly of Belize has signed a Framework Agreement for Interinstitutional Cooperation with the Central American Parliament (PARLACEN). The Framework Agreement was signed during the Plenary Assembly of PARLACEN in Guatemala City by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Honourable Laura Tucker Longsworth, and, on behalf of PARLACEN, by Honourable Irma Amaya. The purpose of the Framework Agreement is to establish the basis for relations that will allow academic-interinstitutional cooperation between PARLACEN and the National Assembly of Belize.

Ambergris Today

PUP Standard Bearer Donates AC And Printers To Police Department
Mr. Andre Perez, PUP Standard Bearer and owner of Casa Pan Dulce Bakery, made a much needed donation to the San Pedro Police Department on Wednesday, June 5, 2019. Mr. Perez presents Mr Reyes of the San Pedro Police Departmetn with an Air Conditioner and two printers. The Air Conditioner and Printer/Scanner will be used by the prosecution offices at the magistrate court and the other printer will be used downstairs by the police officers.

Misc Belizean Sources


Village Council Elections 2019 Schedule

WHEREAS, Section 10 (1) of the Village Councils Act Chapter 88 of the Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000-2003, provides that the Elections and Boundaries Commission shall, at least seven days before any general election of members of the council becomes due under the provisions of this Act or any regulations made there under, dissolve that council, by Order published in the Gazette and on the radio; AND WHEREAS, the general election of members of those Village Councils set out in the Schedule hereto becomes due during the period 23rd June 2019 to 28th July, 2019. NOW THEREFORE, in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by the aforesaid Section 10 of the Village Councils Act, the Elections and Boundaries Commission hereby dissolves the Village Councils set out in the Schedules hereto with effect from 4 th and 11th June, 2019 respectively.

Bricks made from Sargassum
Craft brick made from sargassum is being used to construct homes in the Mexican Rivera Maya. Happy to know the council is taking steps to try and replicate what is being done in Mexico as a more sustainable way of collecting and use the microalgae that keeps washing up on our beaches.

A week of light winds gave plenty of fishing options. On Tuesday, May 28, El Pescador Fishing Director Isa Rodriguez landed a Grand Slam on the fly from the beach and casting dock in front of the lodge.

Belize Tourism Board at the JG Black Book Roadshow

Message to U.S. Citizens: Passport and Notary Services in Corozal!
Is your U.S. passport about to expire? Do you need a document notarized? If so, representatives from U.S. Embassy Belmopan will be offering passport renewal and notary services in Corozal. When: Tuesday, June 11 from 11:00am to 12:00pm Where: Jam RockGrill, Corozal Town Who: All U.S. Citizens in Belize are invited What: The following consular public services will be offered:

Mafredi Votech visits Institute of Archaeology
We would like to thank Mafredi Votech for stopping in to see us, all the way from Toledo. This was the entire school, but we were glad to have them and share with them some knowledge on the history of Belize.

42nd Annual International Herpetological Symposium
Join us in Belize for the 42nd International Herpetological Symposium! 41 years have passed since the First Annual Symposium on Captive Propagation and Husbandry of Reptiles and Amphibians was held in July 1976, at Hood College in Fredrick, Maryland. The International Herpetological Symposium (IHS) evolved from this meeting. The mission of the IHS is to provide a forum for the dissemination of information and results of such research pertaining to the natural history, conservation biology, and captive management and propagation of amphibians and reptiles. If you want to attend 1 day, it is $75 Belize for 1 day participation at the conference.

'Surf the Wellness Wave' Heath Fair
The U.S. Embassy Health unit hosted 'Surf the Wellness Wave' heath fair to provide basic preventive medicine, health intervention and medical screening for the Embassy community. Health services provided to staff and their families were blood glucose testing, massages, physiotherapy consultation, vision screening and many more. They also provided information booths on malaria, dengue, typhoid, diabetes, sexually transmitted diseases and nutrition information.

Win a free ticket to Becky G at the International Costa Maya Festival
With any purchase of regular chicken you can win a General Ticket for Becky G Concert! Only at Lino's Meat Shop

Channel 7

Triple Murder Mystery Multi-Dimensional
Tonight, Belize City is still reeling from the news of yesterday's triple murder at mile 10 on the Western Highway: three people not known to have any criminal involvement tied up in a room, and shot to the head.   The victims: Alarice Andrewin - the well known acting principal of Excelsior High, her friend, naturalized Belizean Vidal Antonio Yuman, and his friend from Guatemala, Maria Delfina Juarez.  What was their connection?  And why were they killed?  Well, we do know more tonight than we did last night - and Jules Vasquez has all the new information along with what police found at the scene yesterday.  Here's his story: It's inside this three bedroom bungalow that the three persons were killed. When police got there - the front wooden door and the burglar barred door were both opened.

Excelsior Mourns Its Principal
So while police are going all out - at her school, Excelsior High on Faber's Road, the administration was doing all it can to help the 87 students deal with the shocking loss. We visited this morning - and found a school still moving forward in what has been a tumultuous year: It's review week at Excelsior High, but this morning instead of getting ready for exams, they were putting up a black bow on the front fence for their acting principal - Alarice Andrewin.  Sean Martinez - Ag. Vice Principal: "This morning when we broke the news to them, it for these students, it was a shock for them. They didn't expect it, they didn't expect to come to school on a Wednesday and expect the news that they heard this morning..."

Sisters Speak Up For Alarice
And so while we have heard from police and the school - we also have written statements tonight from her two younger sisters Samiyyah Andrewin Miranda and Aisha Andrewin - both residing abroad.   Samiyyah says, quote, "She was a great teacher and most recently an excellent principal. Full of passion and ideas for how she could make things better. The biggest tragedy is that we'll never find out what could have been. As a person, my sister was outgoing, with zero pretentiousness..."

Compol Chester Snaps At BNTU
The Belize National Teachers Union also issued a statement, titled: "BNTU Livid over Gruesome murder of its member." End quote.  The statement describes Andrewin as a stalwart member and supporter of BNTU activities.   It then goes unto say, quote, "the BNTU expresses total condemnation of this heinous act but also calls on the authorities at the Ministry Of National Security to ensure that all efforts are made to find those who have robbed us of such a young, vibrant, charismatic and consummate professional," end quote. The statement got unto say, quote, "As soon as the commissioner of police and other personnel at the Ministry Of National Security boast of a reduction in crime, there is almost an immediate increase.  We recall most recently a young student, Kyron Greenand so many other innocent victims who have fallen prey to the continued lawless behavior."

Manslaughter Charge For Baby Banner's father
Manslaughter - that's what baby Thevanne Banner's father has been charged with. 28 year old Troy Banner was charged this evening in Belmopan and is expected to be arraigned tomorrow.   That charge is based on the advice of the DPP who concluded that the evidence could not support a more serious charge.  As we reported, based on the results of the post mortem, the baby boy died due to fractures to the head and back - what is known as battered child syndrome.  He had bruises under his eye, on his temple and on his back - by all appearances and findings, the little newborn had been badly beaten.

Chaos At Compre
Dissent has been simmering for some time at Belmopan Comprehensive High.  And it arises from the fact that the administration has elected to allow 17 students to graduate - after they failed to mete minimum standards for graduation.   It's a process called "recuperation" and like everything else, it's complicated.  But, the broad outlines - and the sense of injustice it has inspired in students and faculty forced a spirited sitout today - in the middle of exam week.   It all went down a little after school started today and Courtesy PLUS TV we have video of the goings-on and interviews with the students:..

GOB Vs. Andre Vega In Court
Back in October 2016, former Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega resigned from the Cabinet as Minister of Natural Resources.  That's after news broke that a land scandal had been discovered, in which Vega's son, Andre, was compensated $400,000 dollars, for land which his ministry sold. That land was privately owned, which meant that the Ministry should not have touched it. Under Vega's leadership, they did so anyway, and ended up costing the Government a total of $800,000, half of which was paid to Andre Vega. The big deal was about a 1.057-acre parcel of land near the Haulover Bridge, between the Caribbean Sea and the Philip Goldson Highway. Back in January 2013, Gaspar Vega approved the purchase of this piece of land, supposedly from the Government. By that time, however, it was already privately owned.

Senior Nurse Recovering After Bering Stabbed By Mental Patient
As we told you last night, a nurse was stabbed by a mentally ill patient at the Port Loyola Acute Mental Health Day Care Center.   The victim is 57 year old Matron Agustina Elijio the Former Deputy Director of Health Services. Police told us what happened today: ASP Alejandro Cowo - OC, CIB: "What police has gathered is Ms. Eligio was at the health center when a mental patient arrived and began demanding for medication. Whilst she was sitting inside of the health center dealing with other matters the mental patient approached her, pulled out a knife from his pocket and inflicted the stab wounds on her."

Dangriga Armed Robbers Charged
In other police news, the cops have charged four men who are allegedly the culprits in a brazen daylight robbery that happened on Saturday night in Dangriga Town. It happened at a Supermarket on the edge of town, one and a half miles on George Price drive.  Surveillance video captured the entire, terrifying ordeal as three of the men had guns.   Police gave us the name of the suspects today and their charges: ASP Alejandro Cowo - OC, CIB: "Reference the robbery at Family City Super Market in Dangriga town, which occurred on Saturday the 1st, police arrested and charge four persons..."

Jacobs Got Life With Parole
In last night's newscast, we told you about the sentencing hearing for 31 year-old Henry Jacobs. He was convicted in a trial without jury before Justice Marilyn Williams of the April 2012 gun killing of 49 year-old Brian Welch. We told you that Justice Williams gave him a sentence of 20 years in Prison, but we got it wrong. Actually, the judge sentenced Jacobs to life imprisonment, with the possibility of parole after he has served 20 years in jail.

Mayor Wagner Strikes Back
On Monday's news,  you heard from Health Minister Pablo Marin, explaining why he decided to hand over exercise equipment promised to the Belize City Council to the Ministry of Sports. This is after City Mayor Bernard Wagner accused the Minister of Health of playing politics with the health and wellness initiative that he and the Mayors Association agreed to partner on. Mayor Wagner said that Marin decided last minute to hand it over to the Ministry of Sport. That equipment is now in place at the Marion Jones Sporting Complex.

Denied Social Security Benefit
Imagine going to the Social Security Board to claim a sickness benefit - only to find that you cannot claim anything because your social contributions haven't been paid in. That's what reportedly befell a Belmopan City Council employee - who has reportedly been working at the council for four years.   But, according to Social Security - in all those years, zero contributions have been paid in.  We could not get comment form the council this evening, but we know that historically they have had some issues with making timely social security payments.

Gillnets, The Full Picture
2 weeks ago, we showed you the press conference set up by the "Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage," to discuss the harmful effects that gill net fishing has on Belize's marine environment. These conservationists have been calling for a ban on gill net fishing in Belize, and they intend to present the findings of their recent study to the gill net task force. The hope is that these policy makers will be convinced by the report that gill net fishing licenses should be retired, and that the practice permanently shelved.  Well, another group of conservationists has commissioned a study on gill net fishing in Belize, which parts of the country practices it, and what its harmful effects look like. The Turneffe Atoll Trust release their report today called "Net Loss or Net Gain? Gill Net Use in Belizean Waters".

Muslims Give After Ramadan
Muslims have just finished their devotional month of fasting and prayers called Ramadan. And after that comes Eid which is the holiday celebrated by Muslims at the end of the holy month of Ramadan.   As part of its celebration, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat today gave out out pantry and grocery bags to needy persons in Belize City. We found out more:

Caught With Undersized Lobster
Illegal fishing in southern water continue and today a joint patrol with Coast Guard and TASA intercepted a fishing vessel this morning with 26 out of season lobster. The fisher folk are currently being detained at the Forward Operating Base awaiting charges from fisheries.

Channel 5

2 Women and a Naturalized Belizean are Victims of Shocking Triple Murder
The story of a horrid triple murder at a home on the George Price Highway continues to unfold, as new details emerge on what took place at mile ten on [...]

Excelsior High School Plunged into Grief Amid Murder of Beloved Principal
This morning at Excelsior High School it was classes as usual but with the presence of a team of counselors.� They were on hand to support the grieving members of [...]

Marshal Nunez Mourns Excelsior's Loss
Former teacher and mainstay at Excelsior, Marshal Nunez, also visited the campus this morning to lend moral support to the mourning students.� He has been around the school for the [...]

Stabbing Victim Clings to Life; Will the Mental Health Patient be Charged?
Former deputy Director of Health Services Augustina Elijio remains in critical condition at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital, after she was stabbed multiple times by a mental health patient on [...]

4 Men Charged for Brazen Dangriga Robbery
Four men have been criminally charged for the brazen armed robbery which was committed in Dangriga Town this past weekend. Investigators strongly believe that thirty nine-year-old Fredrick Anthony Arzu, thirty-four-year-old [...]

More Patrols to Stem Increase in Armed Robberies
The spate of armed robberies across the country has seen a ramping up of police patrols in several municipalities.� Notwithstanding the efforts of the police department, home invasions and burglaries [...]

G.O.B. and Andre Vega Battle over $400K in Land Compensation
The case against Andre Vega commenced today before Supreme Court Justice Courtenay Abel. It made headlines back in 2016 when it was reported that Vega, who is the son of [...]

Was Andre Vega Unjustly Enriched?
Then there is the political angle of it all. As we mentioned, Andre Vega is the son of former U.D.P. Deputy Prime Minister Gaspar Vega who was the minister at [...]

Faber's Road Resident is Sentenced to Life for 2012 Murder
Henry Jacobs has been sentenced to life in prison with a possibility of parole after serving twenty years. That was the decision made by Justice Marilyn Williams. Back in 2018, [...]

Carlos Coronado Fined and Confined for Drug Trafficking Conviction
Found guilty in absentia, Carlos Coronado has been fined ten thousand dollars and must spend three years in prison. Coronado learnt his fate while behind bars serving time for another [...]

Troy Banner's Ex-Girlfriend Alleges Child Abuse
While Troy Banner is under investigation by police, his ex-common law wife is speaking out. According to the woman, Banner fathered a child with her but the baby reportedly experienced [...]

Drowning South Silk Caye Gets a Lifeline
If you've gone snorkeling or diving off the coast of Placencia, there's a good chance that you visited the Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve. It is a popular [...]

SEA Needs Enforcement Support to Take on Illegal Fishers
Back in April we reported on the three Honduran fishermen caught illegally fishing within the Spawning Aggregation Zone at the Gladden Spit and Silk Cayes Marine Reserve in southern Belize. [...]

Turneffe Atoll Trust Releases Report on Gillnet Use in Belizean Waters
The Coalition for Sustainable Fisheries recently released the data on fisher folks in Belize. The data found that primarily along coastline communities, there are only two thousand, five hundred and [...]

Amendments to Fisheries Bill to be Tabled, But When?
For almost a decade, the Fisheries Department along with its partners has been working on amendments to the Fisheries Bill.� The amendments to the bill, if approved and enacted, are [...]

9 Pest Control Operators Recognized
On Monday, the Pesticides Control Board recognized nine pest control operators for having successfully completed a training program. The two-day training focused on trade applicators involved in urban pest control. [...]

Health Officials Monitoring Measles Threat
Health officials in Belize are keeping a close eye to any and all potential threat of measles from neighboring Mexico. Two months ago, the Ministry of Health issued an advisory [...]

Health Officials Warn of Dengue during Rainy Season
Health officials are also cognizant of the fact that with the rains upon us, a stronger effort is needed to address what is expected to be an increase of mosquitoes. [...]

The Reporter

More Details Emerging About Triple Homicide At Andrewin's Residence
We have established that the victims are Acting Principal of Excelsior High School, Alarice Andrewin, 44, and Kutt Avenue residents, Antonio Vidal Yuman, 39, and Maria Delfina Juarez Lucas, 19.

Students Protest At Belmopan Comprehensive HS, - Walk Out
The Reporter has confirmed that the students of Belmopan Comprehensive School have walked out of their classrooms on day two of what is exam week.

Mental Patient Detained For Stabbing Nurse
Police have detained Collin Francis, 28, after the stabbing of Nurse Augustina Elijio which occurred yesterday at the Port Loyola Health Center.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Father of two month old child battery death case to be re-interviewed; similar allegation reported a few years ago
Belmopan father, Troy Banner, is speaking to police again over the death of his two [�]

ComPol to Teachers' Union: do your jobs too!
We are doing our jobs, insists Commissioner of Police Chester Williams to the Belize National [�]

'Compre' High School on strike again over graduates' grades
For the second straight day, fourth form teachers of Belmopan Comprehensive School protested favorable treatment [�]

Police form task force for triple homicide case
Yesterday's discovery of three bodies on the George Price Highway property of acting principal of [�]

Carlos Coronado faces more jail time for drug trafficking
Already imprisoned on a separate offense, 30-year-old Carlos Coronado of Pine Street, Dangriga, was informed [�]

RoundUp and All Glyphosate Formulations are NOW Restricted-Use
Letter to Editor and All Stakeholders: Please let your readers know that the Pesticides Control Board (PCB) recently [�]

Pope Francis makes changes in Lord's Prayer over "temptation"
For centuries, Roman Catholics have prayed to God in the Lord's Prayer to "lead us [�]

Luis Gordon spared further jail time after guilty plea
Already serving five years for grievous harm, 52-year-old Luis Gordon is soon expecting to get [�]

Belize is Unique
"Belize is a small developing country nestled on the Caribbean coast of Central America, immediately south of the Mexican Riviera Maya and north [�]

Ministry of Health to discuss employee safety following stabbing of nurse by mental patient
The Ministry of Health (MOH) says that there will need to be urgent discussions on [�]

BNTU mourns the loss of Alaris Andrewin
In the aftermath of the brutal killing of Alaris Andrewin, an educator and the acting principal [�]

"Civil rights violation could dismantle Andrew Bennett extradition case," says Dickie Bradley
Attorney Andrew Bennett appeared in the Magistrate's Court this week in furtherance of his extradition [�]

New report on looming threats of gillnet use in Belize launched
A new report documents the usage and looming threats of gillnet usage in Belizean waters. [�]

Police identify other two victims in triple murder
Police have identified the other two victims found in a gruesome triple murder which happened [�]

UDP can win a 4th term
With the referendum on taking Guatemala's territorial claim to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) [�]


GOB takes Andre Vega to court in order to recover monies
Two and a half years after the land scandal involving Andre Vega, Sharon Pitts and prime properties near the Haulover Bridge, Vega went to court today, as the Government of Belize is seeking to recover the monies paid out to Vega as land compensation. The payout came from the Ministry of Natural Resources after the �

Usually, police press briefings are held on Thursdays, but the department felt it necessary to address the triple homicide of Alarice Andrewin, Vidal Yuman and Maria Juarez. The commissioner of police was present at the briefing, flanked by senior officers under his command. Chester Williams made it clear that though all murders have their attention, �

Excelsior High School Remembers Principal as Murder Investigation continues
While the Commissioner of Police is busy setting up a task force, the Andrewin family is upset at losing their beloved Alarice. She was an educator that many were drawn to, especially those at Excelsior High School where she was serving as Acting Principal for the last six months. Jose Sanchez: "A task force comprising �

Baby Leo loses battle with cancer
Baby Leo Chan has been battling Acute Myeloid Leukemia since October of last year. This radiant 2-year-old was dealt a bad hand, and sadly, he lost his fight this morning at 7:43. The last we heard about baby Leo is that he underwent several chemotherapy sessions at a hospital in Chetumal, and that his parents �

Commissioner Tells BNTU to Do its Job
The Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU) sent a press release regarding the murder of school Principal Alarice Andrewin. BNTU President Elena Smith said shockwaves were felt across its membership with the knowledge of Andrewin's passing who was a stalwart member and supporter of BNTU activities. Smith chided the Compol when she said QUOTE "It has �

Pesticides Control Board recognizes nine pest operators
Nine pesticide control operators were recognized by the Pesticides Control Board for successfully completing a course for trade applicators involved in urban or structural pest control. The training programme included forty-eight hours of theoretical courses divided into three modules with an evaluation at the end of each module and a final practical evaluation. Registrar of �

Nurse Elijio recovering after being stabbed by mental patient
57-year-old, Augustina Elijio is recovering after she was stabbed two times whilst carrying out her duties as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner at the Port Loyola Polyclinic in Belize City. The incident took place yesterday just before four o'clock in the evening. Reports indicate that Nurse Elijio was on duty when a mental patient, 28-year-old, Collin �


A Walk Around the Historic Fort George Area of Belize City
As soon as you get off the water taxi in Belize City - or even the cruise ships that anchor here, you on a peninsula that juts out into the Belize City - an area called Fort George. This historic neighborhood is home to old wooden colonial houses - some in decent shape, some seriously sagging and buckling - the Radission Hotel and the Great House Inn (I stayed there 7 years ago), a handful of NGO headquarters and embassies along the coast. And at the mouth of the Belize River is the Baron Bliss Lighthouse and Memorial. I was in Belize City yesterday for a meeting and a few errands and took the chance to walk around and take some pictures.

Why you should NOT book before you arrive in Belize - Tips for easy-traveling in Belize
Why are you working yourself so hard? Belize is a laid-back country that will enable you to enjoy your vacation without any hassle�after all, who needs to learn about a country that they've never been in before? Here are 5 reasons why you should not book before you arrive in Belize: Planning is a hassle! There's just too many details to account for when you're traveling to mother nature's best-kept secret: Belize. From how to get to Belize, how to get from the airport to your hotel, where to eat, and what to do in Belize...this would require you to do so much research that it'll exhaust your brain!

International Sourcesizz

First Belize air, land, sea mobile training team
The 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron conducted a first-ever air, land and sea training mission with the Belize Air Wing, Belize Defence Force and Belize Coast Guard this past May. The 571st MSAS mobile training team's goal was to enact, change and build capabilities for each of the three Belizean forces, while building partner nation relationships. The team accomplished this by conducting various training courses, including an aircrew flying hour program, aircraft scheduling program, tactical first aid course, aircrew flight equipment program management course, hands-on radio course and an information technology principles course. Air advisors conducted a high frequency radio communications course with the Belize Coast Guard, which culminated in a Joint Maritime Exercise, the first of its kind performed in the country. Multiple scenarios were held at sea to allow the students to demonstrate the communications skills they had learned during the course.

See 10 dramatic pictures of sharks
In National Geographic


  • ROAD TRIP au BELIZE - 2019, 32min. Apr�s deux mois d extr�mes pr�parations ; nouvelle destination pour un nouveau road-trip . Celui ci est diff�rent, oxanna s'est investi dans ce voyage en pr�parant ses jouets, habits, chaussures ...pour les enfants les plus d�munis....

  • Ma'alob K'iin Belize, 3.5min. The Masewal Movement between the Yucatec Maya of Belize shows us new ways of expressing our Maya identity. As our surroundings are changing our Maya youths find new ways to express their culture. Belizean Metal band Hanal Pixan present us the album U K'aayo'ob K'uyo'ob release through Polyversum Records from Brazil. This is their song M�asewal sung in the Yucatec Maya and Spanish language.

  • Rescuing Crocodiles with the CRC Belize, 21min. We're following the Crocodile Research Coalition on a mission to release Lidia, a rehabilitated crocodile, back into the wild here in Belize. These endangered species are supported by the CRC who educates the public about coexisting with crocs, researches the population, and ensures crocs will thrive in their natural habitat. Lidia the croc is loving her new home and is doing great in the wild given recent observations.

  • Belize Black Hole Drop, 5min. This is a GoPro Hero 7 video of a tour to the Black Hole Drop in Belize. The video is of a first timer repelling off of the cavern external wall. The tour entailed a 1-hour hike into the jungle external to the cavern and then a repel several hundred feet to the base of the cavern. It was exhilarating, to say the least. Would I do it again? No! But I can say I did it one time and I would definitely repel again! Belize is a beautiful country. If time and funds permit, it is an experience not to miss. The jungle is just as beautiful as the diving.

  • Playing with Moray Eel in Belize, 2.5min.

  • Exploring Placencia, Belize by Golf Cart, 9.5min. Placencia is known for it's beautiful sandy beaches, laid back ambience where the locals go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your visit. While we were there we rented a golf cart from Captain Jak's so we could do our own exploring of the peninsula. We discovered some great spots to grab a bite to eat along with a drink or two and since Placencia holds the Guinness Book of World Records for the narrowest main street pedestrian sidewalk in the world, we definitely had to check that out!

  • Golf Cart Do's and Don'ts on Ambergris Caye, Belize, 6min. In today's video I am going to share the top do's and don'ts when driving a golf cart on the island of Ambergris Caye. Avoid tickets, stay safe, and enjoy your vacation to the fullest by knowing these before you visit Belize.

  • Lamanai Maya Ruins in Belize, 3min.

  • Crocodile In the Middle of the road San Pedro Ambergris Caye!!!!, 2min. One rain in the island and look what came out!

  • Sports Talk Show, 60min.

  • Sangre Maya by our Yucatec Maya brothers Pat Boy & Cima from Quintana Roo singing Rap in Maya, 3min. The Yucatec Maya people are a living culture and people still found in the southern Mexican states(Yucatan,Campeche & Quintana Roo) and also in Belize(Corozal,Orange Walk & Cayo). Youths finding new ways to preserve their language. enjoy