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The San Pedro Sun
Team Chingon wins 2019 San Pedro Holiday Boat Parade
Team Chingon claimed the top prize at this year’s Annual Holiday Lighted Boat Parade held on Saturday, December 7th. Hundreds of onlookers came out to the beach, docks and shore-side bars to enjoy the traditional Christmas celebration. The night coastline was decked with several creatively decorated vessels setting the parade route aglow. It was an evening full of holiday cheer and fabulous cash prizes for the top participants.
Tropic Air Celebrates 40 Years Of Service to Belize
This Wednesday, December 11, Tropic Air commemorates its 40th birthday, and the airline is marking it by celebrating with customers. From that first pioneering customer who flew with us in 1979 to a rough landing strip in San Pedro, to the hundreds of thousands who will choose to fly with us in 2020, on more than 200 flights a day to 15 destinations around the region, on 19 aircraft – we thank them all,” added John Greif III, President.
San Pedro Holiday Boat Parade 2019
Here are these year’s winners of the Final Holiday Parade:
Best of Show (1st place - $4,000): Jody Leslie and Team Chingon, self-sponsored.
Best Charity Boat ($2,000): Belize Tourism Industry Association San Pedro Chapter - Boat: SeaStar Belize / The Dive Bar Sponsor: The Truck Stop.
2nd place ($2,000): ACES / American Crocodile Education Sanctuary -Boat: "Wayo Not" by Wayo's Beach Bar - Sponsor: Sandbar Beachfront Hostel and Restaurant.
3rd place ($750): Kids in Action.
Boat & Sponsor: San Pedro Tour Operators Association.
4th place ($500): QE Toon, self-sponsored - they donated their winnings to Holy Cross School Belize!
BTB Launches Belize’s First Dedicated Travel Channel
The Belize Tourism Board (BTB),in collaboration with Color Blind Multimedia Productions and the National Institute for Culture and History (NICH), officially launched on Friday, December 6, 2019, the See Belize Channel, Belize’s first dedicated television travel channel, during a press conference held at the North Park Hotel in Belize City.
Various Belizean Sources
Tropic Air celebrates 40 years of serving Belize
This Wednesday, December 11, Tropic Air commemorates its 40th birthday, and the airline is marking it by celebrating with customers.
“The mission of Tropic Air for the past 40 years has been to build the tourism industry of Belize with convenient dependable air service throughout the country and beyond. We would not be here today without the pioneering spirit and unwavering support of our colleagues in the Belize tourism industry” said Steven Schulte, Tropic’s CEO. “We help to connect families, fulfill vacation dreams and make business travel easier so that we can all grow and prosper. It’s been a wonderful 40 years, and we look forward to many more.”
Laguna Drive closed briefly Wednesday morning in San Pedro
The public is advised that Wednesday the 11th December, Laguna Drive will be closed to traffic between Local store to the High School from 4am to 6am, drivers are asked to avoid the area if possible and use Boca del Rio Drive instead. Thank you for your co-operation.
Grand Opening of Keller Williams: Mango Realty Belize
Congratulations to my daughter Giselle de la Fuente and the entire KW team on this excellent achievement.
Belize-Guatemala Kids Bi-National Exchange — at Chiquibul National Park
FCD Environmental Youth Group and Todos Por Un Mundo Verde with the assistance of FCD and Caracol-JADE carried out the second kids Bi-National which started in the Village of Arenal with the topic of the importance of protecting our Mopan River and watersheds as well of the importance of disposing garbage in its proper place. The Second 2 day Bi-National exchange concluded at Las Cuevas Research Station where participants received presentation on the importance of the protection of our forest and wildlife. They also had fun visiting the birdwatch tower, the caves and lots of teambuilding activities.
Tree Lighting Saturday night in Corozal Town!
Corozal looking better than ever this Christmas season. Mayor Rigo Vellos and the Corozal Town Council take this opportunity to extend their most sincere gratitude to everyone who made this event a success. The real magic and success of this event came together by means of the excellent team work and our very close partnership with our business community.
Belize Launches Readiness III to Support DFC Accreditation to the GCF
Since 2015, Belize has engaged with the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to improve access to international funds and to encourage investment in projects and programmes that will help the country adapt and mitigate climate change and its impacts.
Through GCF Readiness support, Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) has been selected to conduct a GAP Assessment and develop an Action Plan for the Development Finance Corporation (DFC). The DFC is seeking GCF Accreditation as a Direct Access Entity with the objective of accessing the Fund’s resources to facilitate private sector climate-resilient projects in Belize between USD$10 to $50 million.
Corozal Town Council Municipal Bazaar
Friday the 13th of December, 8am - 5pm.
BWS donates to Chan Pine Ridge School!
Special thanks to our Customer Services Supervisor in Orange Walk, Ms. Candy Bennett and the Orange Walk team for the special delivery of two toilets to the school.
Christmas Benefit Concert For Dr Otto Rodriguez Poly Clinic II
Don't miss our special Christmas Concert this Friday night to benefit the San Pedro Dr. Otto Rodriguez PolyClinic II. Lots of great raffle and silent auction items, wonderful music and holiday cheer.
"Min-Min"ť Murdered Most Cruelly
A 36 year old mother of 1 was murdered in Dangriga and her body dumped in the sea. Yesterday morning around 7:00, Jasmin "Min Min" Garcia's body was found in her underwear on the seashore about 200 yards from the Dangriga Pier. It was a chilling discovery and Courtney Weatherburne traveled to Dangriga to talk to her family:
For many, this area near the Dangriga pier is the perfect swimming spot.
But for Jasmin Garcia's family, it's the worst place on earth. That's because Garcia's body was found semi-nude on the seashore on Sunday morning. Garcia's cousin was broke the terrible news to Garcia's mother.
Gang Style Execution In PG, City Suspect
36 Year old Glenford Hines was killed in his own yard last night when another man crossed his path while running for cover. It happened in Punta Gorda town and may have been an orchestrated hit which killed the wrong man. Tonight we take you inside the chaotic hour that changed the course of the Hines family's lives forever.
These are the desperate moments at 10:20 last night as police arrived to find Albert Valentine struggling to stay alive in the back Yard of a house on West Street. It is believed that he was the target in the shooting that claimed the life of 36 year old Glendford Hines. Valentine was shot three times and ran to this yard where he collapsed:
Chan Family Loses Another To San Narciso Murder
Tonight, the Chan family of San Narciso is mourning for the second time this year.
In May, the family patriarchs Audomaro and Ramona Chan lost their lives in a terrible collision at the junction of the an Narciso Road and the Northern Highway, and yesterday evening, their son, 59 year old Epifanio Chan was killed when his vehicle flipped on that same San Narciso Road.
Chan was 3 miles out of San Narciso, heading to San Victor when he lost control of his Nissan pickup - and was flung to his death. Police told us more:
Farmer Killed In Roadside Hit and Run
And in the weekend's other fatal accident, a man was killed in a hit and run. It happened on Saturday afternoon around 3:00 on the Southern Highway. 64 year old Liborio Itch was walking from Kendal to Maya Center Village when a vehicle hit him and raced off.
Rogue Cop Roughs Up Youth
Police are reeling from another embarrassing display of what can only be called "brute force and ignorance" after a security video leaked. It was captured last night on Faber's Road just after 8:00, when Anthony Tillett went to the corner store to pick up some groceries for hiS mother. He told us that when the police pulled up, he was expecting to be searched and kept his eye on the officers. But, one of the cops from the Special Patrol Unit didn't take too kindly to that, and asked Tillett what he was watching. Tillett asked the officer if he's not allowed to watch him. And that's when the cop - as can be seen on the video starts choking Tillett roughlyand then starts punching him while another officer is holding the youth.
He Stole Yhony's D-Max
He's a well known tour operator - and Yhony Rosado also has a good many vehicles parked in his yard on the highway. But that yard has no fence, and early on Sunday - a young man apparently looking for a joyride, hopped into one his pickups, and sped off.
Security video shows the young man walking up to the compound and first trying to leave in one vehicle, but he seemed to have had no luck - and then walked over to a 2014 Isuzu DMax, jumped in and sped off within seconds.
Lamb Dies Days After Being Shot, Suspects Released
28 Year Old Gerald Lamb died on Saturday at the KHMH, three days after he was shot.
Last week we told you that Lamb had been shot four times, three times to the head, and once to the abdomen. His family believes that he was targeted due to a case of mistaken identity.
We also told you that, suspects in Lamb's shooting were in police custody, having been driven into Hattieville police station by a dump truck on which they had hitched a ride.
Another Missing Man
Tonight the parents of 22 year old Devon Tariq Lopez, a resident of Belize City, are worried for his safety. That's after he received a call from a friend last week who he was to meet in the Belama area. Lopez was reportedly seen in that area thereafter - but there's not much to go on after that.
Police say that the investigation may be hindered by the fact that Lopez's family waited an entire week before they reported him missing.
Police didn't Discuss Densmore Clues
Belmopan resident Densmore Bowman has now been missing for 10 days.
Bowman went out on the 29th of November to pick up money from Western Union. He was reportedly seen thereafter socializing at a bar in the market square area until about 8:00 that night.
On Friday police responded to a report that a pair of trousers which could be his was seen at mile 24, across from the Solid Waste Transfer Station. We are told that Hatieville police found those pants along with some personal possessions, including a social security card, and a pair of socks with suspected blood on it.
Shanes Jones Arraigned for Murder
32 year old fisherman from Youth for the Future Drive, Shane Jones has been charged for the murder of 49 year old Edwin Usher.
Jones appeared today before Senior Magistrate Aretha Ford and was remanded until January 31st.
On Saturday November 23rd Jones allegedly beat Usher badly in front Li Zhen restaurant on Vernon street.
Constitutional Challenge On Electoral Proportionality Continues
As we told you last week, the Belize Progressive Party the Belize Peace and a coalition of Belizean nationalists are suing the government for making ti so that the 31 electoral divisions are not equal in size, going against the requirements of the Belize Constitution.
Speaking Out Against Corruption
And while Saldivar was fighting for electoral proportionality in court, outside the court in Battlefield Park, the Belize Peace Movement was agitating for greater accountability and transparency in government affairs.
Activist Says Gillnet Abuse Started Day After New Law
Wil Maheia from the Belize Territorial Volunteers came all the way from PG to be a part of the protest. That gave him the opportunity to talk about a massive gill net that researchers found south of PG on Friday:...
Alleged Arsonist Gets Off
27 year old Francisco Rodriguez was acquitted of an arson charge today in the court of Justice Colin Williams. 21 year old mother of three, Jacqueline Arteaga, died in that July 2014 fire at Kimmie's Bar Newtown Barracks. She lived in the upper flat of the bar.
Now regarding the court details, the case fell apart because the main witness did not appear in court today to testify, so Crown Counsel Portia Ferguson entered a nolle pros, which indicated that the Crown will not continue with the trial. Justice Williams then directed the jury of 5 women and 3 men to return a formal verdict of not guilty.
Another Belama Home Invasion
Two weeks ago, we told you about a home invasion in the residential Northside area of Belma Phase one. It happened at a residence on Samuel Haynes Street - and today there were a terrifying repeat occurrence on that same street.
Two men - one armed with a gun broke into a home and tied up two females - a 17 year old and a housekeeper with cell phone charger wires.
Hydro Road Holdups Increase
There have been a string of carjackings on the HYDRO road in the Pine Ridge area in recent days. In late November American Irene Brady who claimed that she was held up in her home by two men one of whom was armed with a shotgun. Her 1998 Toyota Pickup was then stolen.
The second involved Deputy Mayor of Benque Viejo Alvaro Gongora on last week Thursday. Gongora said that he and two employees were working on his farm 20 yards off the main Hydro road when he was briefly kidnapped at gunpoint and made to start his 2001 Ford Explorer. He was later abandoned on the road while those men sped off in his vehicle.
San Ignacio Snack Shop Up In Smoke
There was a fire in San Ignacio this weekend and it burnt down a woman's snack shop.
On Saturday morning at 7:45, 69 year old Carmita Salazar looked out to see her snack shop on fire, and her house about to get burnt.
It appears to have been an electrical fire.
Belize and Melchor Work together For Elito Puc Murder
And, keeping it out west, police say they are cooperating with their Guatemalan counterparts to solve the murder mystery of Benque Viejo resident Elito Puc. As we told you, the former schoolteacher was found dead last week close to the Guatemala border; he had been beheaded. Police told us they Guatemalans have a skull which was found on their side of the border:
ACP Joseph Myvett:
"They observed the decapitated body of a Hispanic male with injuries and as well a rope was found on the body. Based on other items found on the body, the family members were called who identified some of those items. The body was then removed from the area after the scene was processed and the post-mortem was conducted. At this point in time, we have no leads as to what may have caused Mr. Puc's death or who were responsible for his death."
Where's Airstrip Caretaker?
And finally from the police tonight, they say they are looking for the caretaker of the airstrip in Chan Chen where a drug plane landed last week Friday morning.
The plane was found burned and abandoned on an unpaved landing strip a quarter of a mile north west of Chan Chen Village. It was another Hawker Sidley 125 - just like the one abandoned in Blue Creek in October.
Police say they have been digging for clues.
IMF Not So Optimistic About Bze
The International Monetary Fund has concluded its Article IV consultation with Belize. Their conclusion? That Belize's economic recovery continues but the pace is slowing. They say the medium-term outlook remains challenging, when real GDP growth is projected at just below 2 percent. They note also that public debt remains elevated, at above 90 percent of GDP, and add, quote, "violent crime poses risks to growth, competitiveness, and macroeconomic stability."
“Min-Min” brutally killed in Dangriga!
A woman is one of two murder victims of the weekend. In Dangriga, the community is stunned at the shocking killing of a thirty-six-year old woman who was killed and [...]
Vida Magdaleno condemns brutal killing of Jasmin Garcia
Well-known Dangriga artist, Elsworth ‘Vida’ Magdaleno, spoke with News 5 this evening to condemn the killing of Jasmin Garcia. Garcia, as we told you, was killed and her body dumped [...]
One person of interest in Jasmin Garcia’s murder
Police say that they are now looking for one person who may be able to assist in the murder investigation of thirty-six-year-old Jasmin Garcia. That person, according to police, is [...]
Two Men Shot, One is Killed During PG Shooting Incident
Further south in Punta Gorda, Gerald Hines Junior was killed on Sunday morning. The latest murder victim was on Prince Street where his family lives. He was outside his house [...]
Police are Seeking One More Suspect Following Deadly PG Shooting
Earlier this year, Albert Valentine and another man identified as Adwan Usher were both arrested and charged for attempted murder, in the wake of an incident that occurred in Punta [...]
Police Office caught on Camera Beating Belize City Resident
There is a new case of police brutality to report. The violent incident was caught on camera and the images released on social media. It shows a police officer put [...]
BPM and VIP Back in Court Over Re-districting Exercise
The Belize Peace Movement and Vision Inspired by the People were back in court this morning before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin where they are seeking leave to commence a judicial [...]
Brandon Anderson and teenager are freed of the murder of Canadian filmmaker
The Belmopan Supreme Court recently freed two men who had been charged with the murder of Canadian Matthiew Klinch. The filmmaker was stabbed to death in January 2016 outside his [...]
Extra Long Gillnet Hauled Up in the South
The issue of the continued usage of gillnets in Belizean waters remains a heated debate among fisheries stakeholders, following government’s recent decision not to outlaw the destructive fishing gear. On [...]
More Details of Burnt Plane
On Friday morning, the remnants of a burnt twin-engine aircraft with the markings “N-five-four-six-one, were discovered west of Chan Chen Village in the Corozal District. As is customary, no one [...]
Recinos’ Employees Claim to have Been Robbed
The tables have turned for two men, twenty-seven-year-old Wilmer Polanco and twenty-seven-year-old Manual Sacul, who alleged they were held at gunpoint and robbed on Saturday night. The employees of Recinos’ [...]
Deputy Mayor of Benque Carjacked
The Deputy Mayor of Benque Viejo del Carman, fifty-six-year-old Alvaro Gongora was carjacked on Friday morning. Gongora, along with two of his employees, was on the Arenal Road in his [...]
Home Invasion Reported in San Jose Succotz
Police in the Cayo District are investigating a scary home invasion which occurred on Saturday night during which another vehicle was stolen. Thirty-six-year-old Alvin Chi was enjoying a peaceful night [...]
Belize Celebrates Three Years of UNCAC
Belize celebrates its third year having signed on to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, UNCAC. Since 2016, when government was brought to its knees during an eleven-day strike effected [...]
Fatal hit-and-run accident claims one life in the south
Two persons died in separate fatal accidents over the weekend. A man was killed in a hit-and-run on the Southern Highway on Saturday. The fatal accident happened near the Kendal [...]
San Narciso Villager Dies in Road Traffic Accident
In another traffic fatality, fifty-year-old Epifiano Chan lost his life on Sunday evening. The San Narciso Village resident was driving his pickup truck on the San Narciso/ San Victor Road [...]
Belize and Guatemala authorities working to solve Elito Puc’s murder
Last week we reported on the gruesome murder of former teacher Elito Puc. He was reported missing the week before and the family discovered that he had gone across the [...]
Shooting Victim Gerald Lambs Succumbs
Gerald “Bomba” Lamb of Biscayne, Belize District, died on Saturday morning while on life support. Lamb was a victim of a shooter who released a barrage of bullets targeting him, [...]
Fire Breaks Out in San Ignacio Town
A fire broke out on Independence Street in San Ignacio Town over the weekend. On Saturday morning, Carmita Salazar was in her home when she was alerted that her snack [...]
Densmore Bowman Remains Missing
Belmopan resident Desmore Bowman remains missing tonight. He was last seen ten days ago on Friday, November twenty-ninth in the Young Bank area with another man. His mother, Mary Coleman, [...]
Devon Tariq Lopez Reported Missing
Concern is growing over twenty-two-year-old Devon Tariq Lopez. Lopez has not been seen or heard from since a week ago, on Monday, December second. The authorities are asking for the [...]
Belize City resident takes top prize of Gimme 5
A week of the poplar show, Gimme Five concluded on Friday night. Viewers got the opportunity to win tons of prizes as part of our twenty-eighth anniversary celebrations by simply answering [...]
Support BCE – buy their apples this Christmas!
The Belize Camping Experience is selling apples this holiday season – and it is for a good cause. The non-profit suffered big losses this year with its harvest for kids [...]
The weekend of sports, is coming up with James Adderly
Good evening, I’m James Adderly and this is Sports Monday [Highlights of the weekend sporting activities...]
VIDEO: Shows Rough Police Actions: On Belize City Man
A Belize City mother is seeking answers after her son was assaulted by a cop while making a purchase at a restaurant on Faber’s Road on Sunday night.
The victim has been identified as Anthony George Tillett, who was choked from the rear and punched repeatedly to his stomach by an officer.
Shooting In Punta Gorda – 2 Men Died
The quiet and peaceful town of Punta Gorda was interrupted last night (December 8th.) by a shooting incident which occurred in the vicinity of the Social Security Building.
Breaking Belize News
PEACE Movement warns of “settlement” of Guatemalan claim at ICJ
While there is nothing to substantiate it, the Belize PEACE Movement has raised fears of […]
Turning problems into “probertunities”: advice to entrepreneurs
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC Belize), a unit of the Belize Trade & Investment […]
PEACE Movement sues Government over redistricting of electoral divisions
Last week, lead claimant Frank Edward “Paco” Smith of the Belize Progressive Party (BPP) and […]
Only two days left in Universal Hardware’s huge paint sale
Time is running out on Universal Hardware’s big sale on Easy Care paints at its […]
Police investigating home invasion, armed robbery in Succotz, Cayo
On Saturday night, there was a home invasion in Western Belize. Alvin Chee, 36, was […]
Benque Viejo resident robbed of his car
Sometime around 7 a.m. on Friday, Benque Viejo resident, Alvaro Gongora, drove to his farm […]
Miss Universe Belize thanks Belizeans for amazing support
Miss Universe Belize, Destinee Arnold participated in the 68th edition of the prestigious Miss Universe pageant […]
Belize City man detained for fatal Punta Gorda shooting
Punta Gorda police have detained a Belize City man in connection with last night’s shooting. […]
World celebrates Anti-Corruption Day, problem still persists in Belize and globally
Each year on December 9, the world observes International Anti-Corruption Day, introduced by the United […]
Southern Environmental Association disappointed in Government’s decision to not support gill net ban
The Southern Environmental Association (SEA) issued a statement today expressing its disappointment on the hesitation of […]
Tropic Air celebrates 40 years of serving Belize
Tropic Air will commemorate its 40th anniversary on Wednesday, December 11. Tropic Air is marking […]
Bloody night as one killed in PG shooting
A man was killed in Punta Gorda, Toledo last night while another received gunshot injuries. […]
How much fun can you have on the YOLO? Let me count the ways!
Island Dream Tours on Ambergris Caye offers a variety of excursions on their customized catamaran, the YOLO. From sunset cruises to snorkel day trips that include time at our sister island Caye Caulker, there’s something for everyone. But my ‘go-to’ trip that I insist on taking friends and family on when they visit my island home is their full day Chill n’ Cruise Day!
The day kicks off at 9AM on the super comfortable YOLO, with lots of great seating in and away from the sun, ample room to socialize, a full bar, and even a bathroom! After a brief safety introduction, the boat sets sail to our first snorkel stop at Hol Chan Marine Reserve.
BTIA 34th AGM and Party Outside the Dog House
Last week was the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) 34th Annual General Meeting.
Having covered a couple of BTIA San Pedro Chapter meetings and participated in “For the Love of San Pedro” Garbage clean up, I was already supportive of our local chapter. I wanted to learn more about what the next level was. Thanks to my Editor Shirlee who was also the San Pedro Chapter’s secretary for one year, and Executive Director John M. Burjos I was able to attend.
Straight off I was impressed. After recently writing some holiday health tips, the meeting was started with an important talk about our minds. One in five people experiences mental health difficulties to widely varying degrees.
Ten Reasons to Dive Belize
It is widely known that Belize is replete with rainforest, wildlife, and most importantly, the Caribbean Sea and its islands, the Blue Hole and the biggest Barrier Reef in this hemisphere. For the Diving enthusiast, Belize offers diving that is second to none, simply because Belize’s population is small, and care has been taken to protect and preserve our many resources.
Belize’s small size means that our waters are pristine. There has been no over-fishing or over-diving. The Barrier Reef is easily accessible and teeming with corals and sea life of every size and description.
Richard Branson and Fabien Cousteau reveal Expedition to map the world‘s largest sinkhole
In 1971, famed French diver-explorer Jacques Cousteau brought his research vessel Calypso 43 miles off the coast of Belize to explore the wondrous 1,000ft long sinkhole, the Blue Hole.
Cousteau‘s team had discovered that the Blue Hole, the largest sea sinkhole in the world and one of Belize‘s main tourist attractions, was in fact a submerged cave that had formed over a period of tens of thousands of year.
Now, almost 50 years later, Cousteau‘s grandson Fabien is returning to the site, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, alongside Richard Branson and a team of researchers to learn more about the mysterious sinkhole.
Archaeology breakthrough: How ‘piece of Mayan genius’ was discovered in lost city
The Mayans were a civilisation known for their architecture, mathematics and astronomical beliefs, who date back as far as 2000BC, with many of their impressive constructions still standing in the jungles of southeast Mexico, Guatemala, Belize and western parts of Honduras, Belize and western parts of Honduras. In southern Mexico stands the Mayan city of Palenque, which dates from 226BC to 799AD and remained hidden for some 1,000 years. After its decline, it was absorbed into the jungle of cedar, mahogany and sapodilla trees, but has since been excavated and restored.
Marshall University's Tropical Ecology 2019 Belize: BFREE, 10min. This video was created by two graduate students of mine, Nathan and Nick. They describe in 10 minutes what we did during a four day portion at BFREE within a two week trip to Belize.
Lool Ha Maya dance group of San Pablo (Orange walk), 1min.
Belize national anthem in Yucatec Maya, 1.5min.
Lool Ha Maya dance group of San Pablo (Orange Walk), 1.5min.
Nojoch Tata Pedro Carrillo giving a message, 2min.
Lool Ha Maya dance group, 1min.
Lool Ha dancing to Ixchel, 2min.
CENTAUR'S COUNTDOWN TO MEGA CHRISTMAS BRAM 2019, 50min.
The Business Hour..., 1hr40min.
Krem Krismus Night 1, 2hr.
Belize - stingray, 1.5min. Swimming with playing stingrays.
Snorkeling in Calabash Caye, Belize! (BUMP 2019),9 min. I had such an amazing time in Belize! If anyone is wondering why marine science is the best major at BU, just watch this video and all your questions will be answered. Thank you so much to all the amazing people at Calabash Caye Field Station and to my professors and TFs in BUMP.
Accion Deportiva, 60min.
Ixchel dance by Lool Ha dancers of San Pablo (Orange walk) for El Festival del Pueblo at the Maya museum at San Lazaro, 1min.