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The San Pedro Sun

Belize invited to Mexico’s Pro Agro-Innovation Expo
Belizean agricultural entrepreneurs, businesspeople, farmers, and agro-processors have been invited to participate in the upcoming Pro Agro-Innovation Expo, which Mexico's National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO-SERVYTUR) will host at the Chetumal City Convention Center on October 23rd through the 25th. CANACO-SERVYTUR Vice President of Border Trade Thelmo Manuel Rejon Montalvo encouraged the food producers and manufacturers to bring their products to the expo, as chefs from a number of hotels would be attending the Expo, and it will be the ideal opportunity to introduce them to the quality of Belizean sauces, chocolate, and other processed food products.

Monitoring the Possibility for Development of a Tropical System Close to Belize
The National Meteorological Services of Belize and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) are in discussion regarding ongoing computer models which are predicting that a tropical system could develop within our region, close to Belize somewhere near to Honduras/Nicaragua by the weekend or very early next week. The models will be better able to predict the possibility for the development of a tropical system and a projected path between today and the upcoming days. The Met Office will be consulting with the National Hurricane Centre and will back brief NEMO today.

Caye Caulker Electrification Project to receive a $6.8 US million Loan
On Friday, October 4th, during the Sitting of the House of Representatives a $6.8 US million loan motion was presented for Caye Caulker Electrification Project. The loan, offered by the Caribbean Development Bank, is earmarked to assist Belize Electricity Limited (BEL) in reducing emissions and improve the reliability of the supply of electricity to Caye Caulker, with increased capacity to meet the projected demand. The project consists of connecting Caye Caulker to the BEL national electricity grid, which includes a submarine cable feasibility study, land acquisition, infrastructure works, among others. The Government of Belize will guarantee the loan.

Coral tissue loss disease threatens Belize’s Barrier Reef
To find a solution and work out a strategic plan, Belize's foremost marine biologists and researchers gathered with their counterparts of the three other countries which host parts of the 1,000 kilometer long Meso-American Reef (MAR), for the second biennial meeting of the Reef Restoration Network for the MAR region, at the Best Western Biltmore Plaza Hotel in Belize City from Tuesday October 8th to Thursday October 10th. Foremost on the agenda was the development of a MAR regional plan for reef restoration, encouraging complementary efforts to target resources needed to put the plan into effect. The stony coral tissue loss disease first appeared in Florida USA in 2014 and is lethal to over 20 different species of coral, particularly the pillar, star and starlet, and brain corals.

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Red Mangroves propagules for free on Caye Caulker
I have literally hundreds of Red Mangroves propagules, if you have beach front property please consider planting a small patch of baby mangroves. Free to good homes.

Kids Halloween Spooktacular Bazaar
Halloween is coming soon, so grab your mask or your broom. The Rotaract Club of Ambergris Caye will be your host, come dressed in your favorite halloween costume, it could be a witch or a ghost! There will be food, drinks, games, costume competition and witch’s brew, Now all we need is you! We’re calling all goblins, ghosts and creatures of the night!!! So creep, float, or crawl on over and join us for our 1st Annual Halloween Spooktacular Bazaar! Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 5 PM – 10 PM, The Lion's Den, San Pedro. Hosted by Rotaract Club of Ambergris Caye

Precautionary Notice from NEMO: Tropical System Possible in Region
MONITORING THE POSSIBILITY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A TROPICAL SYSTEM CLOSE TO BELIZE. The National Meteorological Services of Belize and the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) are in discussion regarding ongoing computer models which are predicting that a tropical system could develop within our region, close to Belize somewhere near to Honduras/Nicaragua by the weekend or very early next week. The models will be better able to predict the possibility for the development of a tropical system and a projected path between today and the upcoming days. The Met Office will be consulting with the National Hurricane Centre and will back brief NEMO today.

The Trial and Execution of Colonel Despard For High Treason
It is a curious coincidence that the trial of "Colonel" Lynch for high treason should have taken place on the centenary, almost to the day, of the trial of another colonel, without the inverted commas, however, on the same charge. The case of Colonel Despard, whose trial in February, 1803, created a great sensation, formed the last instance of a man of good birth being charged with this offence against the State. Despard was a man of respectable Irish ancestry. Born in 1750, he had a distinguished military career, first in the 50th and 79th Regiments, and subsequently as Chief Engineer in several over-sea expeditions, notably that to San Juan in 1779. At the close of the latter he was appointed Governor of British Honduras, and this proved the beginning of his troubles.

In Belize we have 3 Maya groups the Yucatec Maya ,Mopan Maya and Q'eqchi' Maya . MAYA YUCATEC: The Yucatec Maya group are mostly found in Corozal,Orange Walk and Cayo . The Yucatec Maya may also be known as Masewal,Maya Masewal,Mayero or Maya Mestizo which are different terms for the same Maya Yucatec. MAYA MOPAN: The Mopan Maya are mostly found in the Toledo District . Many Mopan Maya still live traditionally. MAYA Q'EQCHI': The Q'eqchi' Maya also spelled as K'ekchi' live more traditionally and are mostly found in the Toledo District . The K'ekchi' are one of the most numerous of the Maya groups in Belize.

STARTING AT 11am in front of the Assemblies of God church. $15 per pound and comes with tortilla, pico de gallo and sauce. Delivery available. For orders call Ms. Amalia at 620-1688 or 602-9665.

Belize attends High-Level Segment on Statelessness and 70th Session of the Executive Commission of the High Commissioner’s Programme
Chief Executive Officer in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Patrick Andrews headed Belize’s delegation to the High-Level Segment on Statelessness (HLS) and the 70th Session of the Executive Commission (ExCom) of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Programme. The events are being held from the 7th to 11th October 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland. The HLS marks the midpoint of the UNHCR’s #IBelong campaign to end statelessness by 2024. Belize is party to both international conventions on statelessness and was recognised during a HLS side event for acceding to the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness in 2015. Furthermore, Belize submitted concrete pledges on actions to be taken within its jurisdiction to address statelessness.

Changes in the Pump Price of Fuel Effective October 11, 2019
The Ministry of Finance announces that at midnight on October 11, 2019, the pump price for kerosene will increase by five cents from $7.37 to $7.42 per gallon. The prices for premium gasoline, regular gasoline and diesel will remain unchanged at $10.59, $10.27 and $10.01 per gallon, respectively.

2019 Central America Regional Security Initiative, Economic Support Fund (CARSI ESF) grants
Congratulations to RET USA, Inc., Youth Enhancement Services, and Trust for the Americas for being selected as the recipients of the 2019 Central America Regional Security Initiative, Economic Support Fund (CARSI ESF) grants. The three grants, totaling $750,000 USD, were awarded by Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Keith Gilges in a ceremony yesterday. The grants support good governance, using civil society engagement to strengthen government effectiveness. During the ceremony, Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Keith Gilges emphasized, “We hope the grants contribute to increased citizen participation and oversight so that government at all levels is more responsive to the Belizean people.”

Paradise Theater playing this weekend
Lion King, Little Monsters, The Art of Self-Defense, 3 From Hell.

Channel 7

Foreign Minister Suffers 300,000 Dollar Setback In the Supreme Court
Over 300 thousand dollars, that's the award in damages that the Supreme Court has ordered Foreign Affairs Minister Wilfred Elrington to pay his former business partners from the real estate company, Progresso Heights Limited. Justice  Courtney Abel has found that he had no valid reason for stopping the company's directors from conducting business in Belize. And as a result, he must compensate them for the loss in revenue his actions caused. By now viewers will be very familiar with this dispute. Elrington is a shareholder in the Progresso Heights Limited, which is run by the American father and son, Lawrence and Adam Schneider. Many years ago, Elrington was their business partner and the company's attorney, but, they had a major falling out sometime in 2009.

US Scientists Assess New River
A group of American scientists are in Belize to conduct a detailed assessment on the pollution in the New River.  As has been widely reported, the river, which runs from the eastern edge of the Orange Walk District all the way to the Corozal Bay, is in the worst condition in memory.  It caught national attention as early as August after its drought aggravated the pollution. So, the department of the environment and the worried residents who live near it are doing all they can to start reversing the pollution. That is expected to take years, but there is a need for a clear scientific picture to be captured of the New River so that informed decisions can be taken about remedial measures.

NEMO Watching Low Pressure Area Off CA Coast
NEMO has sent out what it calls a precautionary notice for a weather system that bears watching.   A broad area of low pressure is hovering right now off the coast  of Nicaragua and Honduras and models predict that it could develop within our region, by the weekend or very early next week. The national hurricane center in Miami says "some development is possible if the low remains over water while moving near the coasts of Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize." And even though the national hurricane center only gives it a 20% chance of developing into a system, NEMO says, quote, "at this juncture based on what the models are forecasting (we) prefer to err on the side of caution.

Belmopan Roadside Lots Under Scrutiny
Commissioner of Lands Wilbur Vallejos says there's nothing unusual about a land transaction in Belmopan that's raised some eyebrows.   34 lots along Phillip Goldson Boulevard - a few of them right in front of the Lands Department - have been issued on the road reserve. Vallejos says the area was de-reserved based on the recommendation from the city council on the advice of its technocrats and engineers. He says the council decided that the area will not be used for any further expansion and they decided to convert it into lots.

Baby Steps Are Huge For Kyron
For 6 weeks now, 11-year-old Kyron Green has been at Shriners Hospital in Philadelphia. The doctors there have been working with him and his mother, Marsha Belisle, in a major effort at recovery. They're trying to help him improve his quality of life, and maybe even walk again after his near-fatal shooting back in May.  You'll remember that Kyron was innocently shot while he was on an errand for his mother. The gunman was aiming at his adult target, but Kyron was injured by a stray bullet, which ended up lodged in his cervical vertebrae. 

Green Card Lottery Open For Belize
The US Diversity Immigrant Visa Program opened last week, and if you're interested, you have less than a month to apply. The program will give 55,000 foreign nationals and their families from around the world a chance to legally immigrate to the United States, green card in hand.  Of course, as many as 20 million people applied last time, so don't get your hopes too high.   But, the application is free and - as the name implies - it's a lottery, and number can play;  once you have a passport and a high school diploma, you're eligible.  We found out more today from the Embassy's Consular Officer when we spoke to him at the Biltmore:..

World Mental Health Day Focusses On Rising Caribbean Suicide Rate
Today was observed as World Mental Health Day under the theme Mental Health Promotion & suicide prevention. The Ministry of Health, PAHO, and the Belize Mental Health Association hosted an event at the Bliss Center for several Belize city high schools. The event's overall objective: raising awareness of mental health issues in Belize and mobilizing efforts in support of suicide prevention. We stopped by to hear from the professionals about this very real problem that's rarely, if ever, openly discussed. Cherisse Halsall reports:

Driving Home The Pain of Homelessness
Today is also recognized as World Homeless Day. The Welcome Resource Center caters to homeless persons, those with mental illness and the elderly. The center has several events planned for their participants, but one main activity is the "Sleep It Out" initiative that raises funds for the center. The event will be held on Saturday night into Sunday morning. The center's administrator told us more about it today: Joyce Ellis - Administrator, Welcome Resource Center: "Based on my experience here at the center for the past 6 years, I must say that homelessness; to me it's on the rise. We are seeing more and more people becoming homeless..."

IDB Wants Youth To 'Change Dah Story'
Today 120 youths gathered at the Biltmore for the launch of the first social innovation challenge. The Inter-American Development Bank along with Compete Caribbean, and the Government of Canada partnered to pilot this new initiative in Belize. The main idea is to engage youth to come up with solution-oriented proposals for problems they face. 3 of the winning proposals will get funding, training and mentorship. We stopped by for the launch and found out more about the competition. Sylvia Dohnert - Private Sector Lead Specialist, IDB: "So this event called "Change dah story is a social innovation methodology which seeks to use an innovative process to come up with business solutions that affect youth in this case..."

Man Shot, Did Cops Pull Trigger?
Police have 40-year-old Kenrick Reneau under police guard at the KHMH. They say that they had to pursue him and others in a high-speed chase which ended when they crashed into a lamp post on Linda Vista Street. The cops think that the group was preparing to commit a crime, and that's why they fled when police came up on them.  It happened before dawn this morning on Linda Vista Street in the Lake Independence area - and it ended when Reneau got shot. Deputy Head of the National Crimes Investigations Branch told us more:

Russel Reyes Targeted
Senior Superintendent Romero also shared a few details about another shooting which happened on Tuesday night on Dolphin Street. According to the cops, the victim, 23-year-old Russell Reyes, was riding his bicycle, minding his own business, when he heard a gunshot: Sr. Supt. Hilberto Romero - Deputy Head, NCIB: "On Tuesday the 8th day of October 2019, at around 10:30 p.m, police visited the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital..."

Steals Liquor, Gets Drunk, Turns Himself Into Police
"Teef and ker' back" - it's one of the most maligned acts in our culture, but that's just what a Caye Caulker drinker did - and tonight he has a thousand dollar tab to pay because of it. Gerson Guerra, a thirty-four year old Caye Caulker resident who stole two bottles of liquor then handed himself into the police after he got drunk, and pleaded guilty to theft when he appeared today before Magistrate Emerson Banner. 

Making Coral Nurseries Work
For the past few weeks, we've been reporting on SCTLD, Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease and the untold damage it can do to Belize's reef. And, the truth is, the reef has been under attack for decades, from coral bleaching in the early aughts, to the Lionfish invasion which has been going on for about 10 years.   And that's why the concept of Coral Nurseries is so important. It's spearheaded in Belize by marine biologist Lisa Carne out of Placencia and a few months ago in San Pedro we met some kids who have taken up her mantle on their island.  They are part of the Kids In Action summer program and they told us about their Coral reef restoration program and coral nursery:

Alex's Indian Sojourn
Last night we introduced you to Alexander Aguet.  He works in Australia as a highly sought after rehabilitation and occupational therapy specialist. And while that's his day job - he incorporates his training as a monk into that work.  This, after all, is a man who has literally been to the mountaintop.

Channel 5

Sedi Loses Progresso Heights Case in High Court
The court ruled today against Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington in a long standing case involving more than a hundred parcels of land held by Progresso Heights Limited.  Elrington owns shares [...]

The Case of Danny Mason et al is Adjourned
There is another case that has been before the court for some time.  It involves the murder charge against William “Danny” Mason and four other accused men. This morning, it [...]

Kenrick Reneau is Shot; Police Say Burglary Tools Found Inside Suspicious Vehicle
Just after five this morning a police patrol pursued a vehicle carrying a known criminal figure. That patrol chased the vehicle until it came to a stop when it crashed [...]

Russel Reyes Recovering from Gunshot
Police say that a man who was shot on Tuesday night around ten-thirty in Belize City is recovering in the hospital. According to Senior Superintendent Hilberto Romero, no one has [...]

Belize City Woman Recounts Her Terrible Ordeal at the K.H.M.H.
Twenty-nine-year-old Tracy Mackinnon says that the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital is giving her a hard time to settle a claim against the national referral hospital.  In May 2017, Mackinnon was [...]

Tracy Mackinnon Says K.H.M.H.A. Playing Hardball
The original offer was increased to seventeen thousand dollars but the settlement has not been completed as yet. According to Mackinnon, she was later diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and [...]

Kerosene Goes Up By Five Cents at Midnight
The cost per gallon of kerosene goes up by five cents at midnight, to seven dollars and forty-two cents.  The nominal increase reflects the current demand and supply conditions of [...]

Researchers from the University of Florida Conduct a Water Quality Assessment of the Entire New River
The state of the New River has been showing some signs of recovery with some help from the rains, but tests are still being conducted to determine the quality of [...]

Police Continue to be Trained as Part of M.O.H.’s Mental Health Operational Plan
The death of Nestor Vasquez Junior in July following a violent attack inside a holding cell at the Queen Street Police Station, has brought into sharp focus the need for [...]

Acute Units for Mental Patients at Public Hospitals in the Pipeline
Vasquez’s family issued a release earlier this week. In the aftermath of death of the sixty-year old and the celebration of World Mental Health Day, the family is asking that [...]

Gasoline Thief to Spend One Month in Jail
A fuel thief is serving a month-long sentence at the Belize Central Prison after he was busted stealing ten gallons of gasoline in San Pedro.  On Monday, twenty-four-year-old Nicholas Reyes [...]

NEMO Issues Precautionary Notice on Predicted Tropical System
The National Emergency Management Organization has issued an early precautionary notice after ongoing computer models are predicting that a tropical system could develop within the region. According to the release, [...]

Senator Lizarraga Says G.O.B. Spending is Out of Control
The IMF’s preliminary report on Belize’s economic says that the recovery is moving at a glacial space. During the first three months of the year, the G.D.P. grew by an [...]

Attorney Offers Services to Collect Joshua Perdomo’s Debt
The debate got testy among Senators on Wednesday when Write-off Number Two Motion was introduced. The write-off is for forty thousand dollars owed to the Government of Belize by Joshua [...]

Legislation to Address E.U. Blacklisting Passed by Senate
An important piece of legislation that went before the Senate on Wednesday as passed to get rid of the blacklisting by the European Union that hangs over Belize. The European [...]

MAR Countries Meet to Find Common Ways to Restore the Reef
On Wednesday night, we told you about the two-day Reef Restoration Network’s second biennial meeting being held in Belize. It closed off today. The purpose of the meeting is for [...]

“Change Dah Story” Challenge
Several agencies, including the Inter-American Bank and Complete Caribbean, have partnered to conduct a new social innovation challenge in Belize known as ‘Chang Dah Story.’ The challenge was launched today [...]

World Mental Health Day Focuses on Suicide Prevention among the Youth
Mental Health manifests itself in various forms and can affect just about everyone, but only ten percent of the population receive mental health care in the country. That is because [...]

Suicides Stats: Men at Extreme Risk for Various Reasons
Statistics show that thirty-one persons in 2018 committed suicide in Belize; the majority were among the youth population and primarily men. To every female suicide death, seven men die. And [...]

Healthy Living Goes Inside the Welcome Resource Center
Today we celebrate World Mental Health Day. Several activities were planned in commemoration, including a speech contest we heard about earlier in the newscast. On October, twenty-sixth, the Mental Health [...]


Senate members vote against the Joshua Perdomo loan write-off
Seven senators voted against the Joshua Perdomo write-off while six voted in favour of it. It is a very rare occurrence as the Senate is mostly referred to as a rubber stamp for matters coming out of the House of Representatives.

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Netherlands to remove Belize from low-tax list
The Government of the Netherlands (Dutch Government) is removing Belize from its list of low-tax jurisdictions, […]

Belize among countries not seeing declines in hotel industry
The travel research firm STR has published data showing that hotel occupancy is down in many […]

Belize fail to convert opportunities in frantic first half
The Belize Jaguars have played the first half of this matchup with varying levels […]

Lionel Messi says he almost left Barcelona due to tax fraud case linked to Belize
World renowned football player, Lionel Messi, says he nearly left Football Club (FC) Barcelona following a […]

“Caribbean running out of time to adapt for climate change,” says new research
A new research paper, done by Caribbean experts, says that the region is running out […]

Belize, St. Kitts vow to win Nations League clash
It’s the Jaguars vs the Sugar Boyz tonight at the Isidoro Beaton Stadium in League B, […]

Police and robbery suspect exchange gun fire in Belize City
Shortly after 5 o’clock this morning, a police patrol was drawn to a black Nissan […]

Man, 23, shot in Belize City; Shooter remains at large
Just before 11 o’clock on Tuesday night there was a shooting in Belize City. It […]

San Ignacio and Santa Elena Mayor attends Florida’s International Trade and Cultural Expo
Mayor of San Ignacio and Santa Elena, Earl Trapp is attending this year’s Florida International […]

Minister of National Security begins northern tour
The Minister of National Security, John Saldivar has commenced his tour of police stations in […]

Mental Health Association gets laptop from Shyne Barrow
As we celebrate world mental health day, Shyne Barrow is supporting the Mental Health Association […]

PSU says mystery document gives them first preference to acquire property at Hilltop
Public Service Union President Gerald Henry, said he cannot share the details of the documents […]

Three organizations awarded CARSI grants
The 2019 Central America Regional Security Initiative (CARSI), Economic Support Funds (ESF) grant awards are […]

Mexico invites Belize to participate in upcoming Agriculture expo
Mexico’s National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO-SERVYTUR) is inviting Belizeans in the agricultural sector […]

Belize- The Environmental Tax Act
By Richard Harrison: I had recommended the Environmental Tax since 1997, but the financial gurus of the Government of Belize paid no mind until 2003, when they found themselves under duress…and finally introduced The Environmental Tax Act.


Turneffe Atoll in Belize
Turneffe Atoll is the newest marine region to receive national protection under the Belizean government. The atoll is notable for being the biologically diverse and populous atoll in all of the Americas. This area spans 30 miles in length and 10 miles in width. It is rich with species of coral, fish and massive rays, making it an excellent spot for anyone interesting in diving, sport fishing or snorkeling. If you want to find this spot, look 20 miles away from the coast of Belize City, to the southeast of Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker. Turneffe is one-third of the trio of atolls within the Belize Barrier Reef, the other two being Glover’s Reef and Lighthouse Reef.

The Yucatec Mayas of Belize
The heart of the ancient Maya civilization that persisted for thousands of years in Mesoamerica was in Belize. The Maya survived many centuries of wars, imperialism, colonialism and natural disasters and continued to thrive as the only native people in Belize. There are three main factions of Maya that currently reside in Belize, which are the Yucatec, Kekchi, and Mopan. The Yucatec Mayas mainly live in northern Belize where they migrated in the middle of the 19th century from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Most Mayas here are more Hispanicized versus Anglicized. They generally identify as Catholics and speak Yucatec Mayan and Spanish as their main languages but some of them do not speak the Mayan dialect.

Museums of Belize and Houses of Culture
Looking at the Museum of Belize as it stands today, tucked away on a narrow street known as Gaol Lane (the Old-English spelling for Jail) it is curious to realize that it was built more than a century and a half ago and that back then it served as a prison. Yes, construction on “Her Majesty’s Prison” was started in 1855, and completed in 1857. A previous prison, made of wood, was destroyed by fire. This new structure was built with bricks, known as “London Stocks” brought from England, and used as ballast on ships. This new institution was named “Her Majesty’s Prison”, and faced the Caribbean Sea. Each window in the building designated one cell for one man. In 1910, with an increase in inmates, it had to be extended an additional 30 feet.

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Hotel Occupancy Up and Down Across the Caribbean
Several Caribbean destinations are reporting strong 2019 visitor arrivals, even as recent data from travel research firm STR shows Caribbean hotel occupancy declined significantly this spring and summer. Tourism officials in Belize, Grenada and Saint Lucia reported higher first-half 2019 arrivals. Louisiana-based Caribbean specialist Geraldine Simpson said Saint Maarten, Barbados and St. Lucia are all “hot” with travelers.

How does Simone Biles do gymnastics skills that seem impossible?
On Thursday in Stuttgart, Germany, Simone Biles made history in claiming a fifth world all-around title. Made history again, that is. No other woman has won more than three world all-around titles. But Biles, 22, continues to astound. On Tuesday, she led the U.S. squad to team gold -- meaning she now has 22 (yes, you read that right) world medals in her personal collection. She has already won more world medals than any female gymnast in history. And she's far from done. Biles could legitimately medal in each of the four upcoming individual events in Stuttgart. If she wins "just" two more during the competition, she will beat the record of 23, held by legend Vitaly Scherbo, for most world medals ever won by a gymnast.

Hurricane Center tracks 3 disturbances in 3 different parts of Atlantic
Multiple tropical disturbances are churning the Atlantic from vastly different corners of the map, according to the National Hurricane Center’s 2 a.m. Friday update. First, a non-tropical low pressure system located off the northeastern coast of the United States is producing thunderstorms and storm-force winds. Second, a broad area of low pressure is expected to form in the west Caribbean over the weekend. It is forecast to drift westward toward the coasts of Honduras, Guatemala, and Belize.


  • Holiday in CAYE CAULKER - Belize, 2.5min. While travelling around Central America, we decided to visit Belize. We didn't have much time, so we decided to choose only one place which turned out to be amazing Caye Caulker. The main motto of the locals is "go slow" and they obey it so much that you can get a warning when you march too fast! We were planning to stay there for three days but we eventually left after five! We drank beer on the popular Split, sunbathed at Koko King resort, dived with stingrays and sharks and ate delicious lobsters. And we captured it all with a gopro camera and a dji drone.

  • Ziplining In Belize, 1min. Helmet cam!

  • Masses of tiny tadpoles, .5min.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - VALERIE ERLENE CARD-GRAYS, 2min.

  • Channel 5 Obituaries - VINCE PAUL BRUCE CACHE SR., 2.5min.

  • An Interview with Miss Adela Pederson about the upcoming Hanal Pixan, 3min. Hanal Pixan is the celebration of the Day of the Dead that originated from Mayan culture. ... Hanal Pixan means “food of the souls” and is celebrated to remember friends and relatives that have passed onto the afterlife. From October 31 to November 2 is when the deceased are permitted to visit their loved ones. On Saturday, October 26th, 2019 the National Institute of Culture and history through the Corozal House of Culture and To'one Masehualoon brings to you the "Tradition of " Food for the Souls". This event will take place at the Corozal Central Park at 7pm.

  • 20150629 eel sex in Belize, 4min. 2 green moray eels making out in Belize in a dive site called Julie's Jungle.

  • AMBERGRIS CAYE SECRET BEACH | BELIZE ISLAND HOPPING VACATION, 4min. For my wife's birthday this year we decided to travel to Belize to do a little island hopping. Contrary to what you might read, Belize is a very safe country, especially in its beautiful Caribbean islands. In this video, we travel the hour long journey on a golf cart to the not so Secret Beach on Ambergris Caye. Secret Beach is the best place to swim on Ambergris Caye, and a great place to spend an entire day. The water is a fantastic blue color, and the perfect temperature to float the hours away. If you go to Ambergris Caye it's a spot not to be missed.

  • BELIZE | BACKPACKING TRIP 2019, 2.5min. Belize was the second country we visited during our four months of traveling/backpacking through Central America! In total we've been here only for a week, because it's an expensive country for our backpacking budget.. We've been to Caye Caulker, Placencia and Monkey River. Caye Caulker was amazing, we spent a lot of time in the sun, swimming, snorkeling, partying and chilling at this carribean island!

  • GARIFUNA COLLECTIVE from Belize at the Engine Room in White River Jct VT Oct 4, 2019, 25min.

  • THE ALUX, 4min. The Yucatec Maya of Belize continue giving offerings of Sakab to the U YuumBáalamo'ob (Los Dueños del Monte) which are the Alux and the Nukux Tat (Tata Duende). The Yucatec Maya of Belize continue giving offerings in the traditions like Wahil Kool and Ch'a Cháak . This is a good video about the guardian spirit known the Alux .