US prosecutor probes fraud spending in Belize
The trial of accused fraudster Lev Dermen continues in the US District Court in Salt Lake City, Utah. Yesterday, Jacob Kingston was led to the court in handcuffs to begin his testimony, which will continue for the next several days.
Dermen, who is also known as Levon Termendzhyan, was the business partner of the Kingston family, four of whose members have been charged in the massive fraud case involving their company, Washakie Renewable Energy, which was used to defraud the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) out of $511 million dollars.
Businessman Richard Harrison, 55, dies in traffic accident
A tragic traffic accident between Miles 55 and 56 on the George Price Highway, in the vicinity of Ontario Village, claimed the life of Belizean entrepreneur and former politician Richard Harrison. He was 55.
Police reported that Wilmer Kornelson, 48, a truck driver of Spanish Lookout, was driving a truck loaded with pine lumber. When he turned a curve, the lumber that was strapped onto his truck dislodged and fell into the road.
Harrison, who was traveling in the opposite direction, heading west, collided with the many pieces of lumber that fell from the truck.
Faber vs Saldivar on Sunday
The United Democratic Party (UDP) will make political history in Belize on Sunday, February 9, when 570 delegates, chosen from among all 31 electoral constituencies, decide which of the two candidates vying for leadership of the party will be the new UDP leader.
The governing UDP will also make another kind of history, because the independent media will not be allowed inside the Belize City Center, where the convention will be held. The media will be banned from the convention until after the party has conducted its business of carrying out elections and setting party policy in the form of motions.
Another suspected drug plane found
On January 26, less than five days after an intact suspected drug plane was found abandoned in the remote area between Crooked Tree, Belize District, and Shipyard, Orange Walk District, another suspected drug plane was found, but this time in a remote area between Monkey River and Punta Negra, Toledo District, in the south of the country.
The plane was seen severely damaged and burnt. It is believed that it crash-landed and it was deliberately destroyed. The person or persons who were traveling in the plane were nowhere to be found, and it is not known what cargo it was carrying.
BSI/ASR threatens stevedores’ earnings
Last September, Amandala broke the story that ASR/BSI was conducting “experimental runs” on the highways, using trucks to transport sugar to the port at Big Creek, in the Stann Creek District, and in that manner, was bypassing the Port of Belize Limited, in Belize City, which uses stevedores to load sugar barges for transportation of sugar to the overseas markets.
Those “experimental runs” have been having hard-hitting effects on the earnings of approximately 150 Belize City-based stevedores, represented by the Christian Workers Union, (CWU) which has been engaged in protracted negotiations with the receivership of the Port of Belize Limited (PBL) for better working conditions for its members.
BNTU and MoE say progress achieved on some issues
The Belize National Teachers Union (BNTU), the Minister of Education and the Ministry’s technical staff held a marathon negotiating session today to address several issues that are of pressing concern to the union. The negotiations were held against a backdrop of instructions from the union’s general membership to initiate industrial action, if the issues were not addressed to their satisfaction by the Ministry of Education (MoE).
After negotiating for more than 5 hours, both sides came out of the negotiations claiming that progress was made on some of the issues that they discussed today.
Meighan brothers charged with being members of a gang
It was with heavy police security that three brothers — Ellis “Juice” Meighan, 27; Tyrone “Debo” Meighan, 26; and Shaquille Meighan, 23 —were escorted yesterday to the Magistrate’s Court on a charge of being members of a gang, namely, the Banak Street clique of the Ghost Town Crips.
They pleaded not guilty to the charge when they appeared before Senior Magistrate Tricia Pitts Anderson. Because of the nature of the offence, they were denied bail and were remanded. They told Senior Magistrate Anderson that they were threatened and they feared that they would be beaten by the police while they were being taken to prison.
Post-mortem shows that Khris Gentle, 26, drowned
A post-mortem exam conducted on the body of Khris Gentle, 26, a fisherman of Cemetery Lane, was carried out at a medical facility on the Boom-Hattieville Road yesterday. At the conclusion of the exam, the doctor who conducted the autopsy, certified that Gentle’s death was caused by asphyxia, as a result of inhalation of fluid consistent with drowning.
Gentle’s family and police said that no signs of foul play were seen on his body.
Diego Correa, 35, arraigned for murder of friend
Diego Onorio Correa, 35, an unemployed resident of Libertad, Corozal District, has been remanded until April 6 for a charge of murder. Police allege that Correa stabbed Juan Mendez, 37, of Concepcion Corozal District, causing his death.
The incident occurred Saturday night in Concepcion in Mendez’s yard. Daniel Mendez, Juan’s brother, told the media that they were socializing with Correa, who was their childhood friend, in the village on Saturday night.
Jesus Monteroso, 20, remanded for the murder of Daniel Cano, 27
Jesus Monteroso, 20, a sales clerk of Paraiso, Corozal District, has been remanded for the stabbing death of Daniel Cano, 27, of Concepcion. He was taken this morning to the Corozal Magistrate’s Court, where was arraigned by Magistrate Ed Usher, who read the murder charge to him. No plea was taken and he was remanded until April 23.
The vicious stabbing occurred at the home of Antonio Anderson in Concepcion on Saturday night.
Editorial: Falling merchandise exports, increasing dependence on services
It’s not the prettiest picture that’s seen when we take a first glance at the latest data from the Statistical Institute of Belize (SIB) on our exports and imports for 2019. The SIB says that between January and December 2019 we exported $411.8 million worth of goods, and we imported $1.97 billion worth of goods. In terms of dollars, goods we imported exceeded goods we exported by $1.56 billion, and expressed as a fraction, our imports exceeded goods we exported by almost five times.
The picture is not as bleak as it looks at first glance. A sizable chunk of our imports are destined for the Commercial Free Zones, so our import bill is not as large as we see in the report. The SIB says that the cost of goods imported into the free zones went up from $324 million in 2018 to $329.9 million in 2019.
In Belama, Apollo Street is a continuous drain on City Hall resources
In August 2014, there was a contract signing at the Ministry of Works conference room, in Belmopan. Government signed contracts that were valued at 5 million dollars under the Flood Mitigation Program that was funded by a US$10 million loan from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).
At that Ministry of Works contract signing, M&R Construction signed a contract for $1.8 million. The contract was for the upgrading of Apollo Street, a main thoroughfare in the Belama area. That upgrading work was reportedly supposed to have been done in 9 months, by May 2015.
BATSUB is the modern “old pirates”
The Defence Ministry’s CEO says the article by the Daily Maverick, which says that the British army uses land in Belize for training, “has a lot of inaccuracies.” During the heydays of British colonialism in Belize, the Colonial Power had the entire country to itself to rape and plunder its forestry resources at will. That should have ended with the arrival of independence, especially in light of the “appropriate time” defense guarantee the British Government set as an easy exit, leaving its territorial dispute with Guatemala unresolved.
An audit report done in Belize for the British Ministry of Defence has confirmed, however, that the British Army has been using large portions of Belize’s land mass to train its soldiers and has not been paying anything to the country for the use of this land.
More flack for the Equal Opportunities Bill
While the community still has mixed emotions concerning the Equal Opportunities Bill, new entities are joining the band of those not in favor. Since January, the Anti-Discrimination Steering Committee, through the efforts of the Special Envoy of Women and Children, The National AIDS Commission and other partners, has made numerous attempts to build transparency and support for the bill.
These attempts include the countrywide public consultations which took place from January 11th-18th, a media breakfast with the Belize Council of Churches on January 21, a Q&A meeting with the Ministry of Education on January 30 and a series of informative posts on social media.
Shots from Melchor fired at Western Border Customs building
The Customs and Immigration building on the Belize side of the Western Border was damaged by gunshots last night after it was shot at multiple times by an unknown shooter from across the Guatemalan side of the border.
Luckily, no one was hurt. A complaint has been made to the Melchor de Mencos police so that an investigation can be launched into the shooting of the building.
“Dumb Things Parents Say To Their Children”: a booklet by a former Amandala reporter
Parenting is a skill that some people learn through trial and errors. The errors from the trial, however, can leave devastating results for years in the lives of the children, unless serious counseling is sought.
A Belizean who has been living and teaching in the United States for almost three decades has addressed this most sensitive topic, in a kind, compassionate way in a small, but powerful booklet by the name, “Dumb Things Parents Say To Their Children”.
Jennifer Betson Williams is presently visiting her family members and took time out to stop by Amandala to share her work with us. Before she went to live in the United States, Williams worked at Amandala as a reporter.
From The Publisher
Those of my generation who did history at the high school (“Ordinary”) level in the 1950s and 1960s basically studied mostly British and a little European history during the last part of the fifteenth century, the sixteenth century, and a large portion of the seventeenth century. If, like myself, you went on to do history at the Sixth Form (“Advanced”) level, then you would do a lot of European history, cum British, in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, perhaps even some nineteenth century matters. This is a long time ago, so I cannot be sure of the specifics.
I think that when we started history at St. John’s College in the first form, we began with the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485, which is when Henry VII became King of England by becoming the victor in the so-called War of the Roses. Thus began the Tudor family dynasty in English royalty.
Cricket Corner – Brothers Keagan and Kristan Tillett dominated Brilliant’s game
Under the auspices of the Belize National Cricket Association, the Sir Barry Bowen/ Harrison Parks 2020 Cricket Competition kicked off over the weekend with some very interesting and exciting matches. I’m pleased to highlight you with the results by starting with Western Eagles vs Northern Spirit.
Belize City primary school basketball update
Primary school basketball, female (F) and male (M), continues daily with games in the afternoons at Swift Hall; and while some of the teams are not very competitive, with a number of lopsided scores resulting, there are a few teams that stand out, and some raw talents beginning to emerge in the Belize City Primary Schools Basketball Tournament 2019-2020.
C-Ray Full-Throttle Thursday Race results – February 6, 2020
Here are the results of this morning’s C-Ray Full-Throttle Thursday Race, that left from in front of Data Pro and travelled to the Hattieville roundabout and returned, for a total of 23.8 miles, averaging 24.9 mph in a time of 56.49 (56 minutes 49 seconds). The station prize going (Prison) was won by Brandon Cattouse; and that on the return (Fresh Pond) was taken by David Banner, Jr.
BELIZEAN LEGENDS — SHINING STARS! GUS!
The legendary Belizean boxer of the 1970s, Raymond “Sixteen” Thompson, hails the late and legendary Gustavo Marin as Belize’s greatest boxing trainer of all time. Not only was Marin one of the best cornermen, who had the back of many of the legendary Belizean boxers, like Roy “Shorty” Clarke, Trinidad-born Fitzroy Guisseppi, Leroy Hardiman, Frank “Tukutak” Humes, Thompson himself, and many others, but he ran the most progressive and successful boxing gym in the country, that produced the best boxers in Belizean boxing history at his famous “Independence Gym”.
The legendary Gus Marin, according to Thompson, trained his fighters with some of the most effective conditioning training techniques, that “ripped” them into serious shape for a fight.
NO WOMAN, NO CRY!
She painfully looks for identity as the lifeless body of her son is laid out in the back of the Belizean police truck: that has become a common sight now in a kind of civil war involving black-on-black crime that has engulfed the nation state of Belize.
It has become very sad now for many Belizeans to watch those heart-wrenching images of the destruction of a young population of Belizean young men who were supposed to be Belize’s hope for the future. But most deeply hurting for many of us is to stomach the devastation of the young mother who cries out for help with her tears that have exposed the promises that were never kept.
Our sociable, not so sociable, and reclusive tribes
I have said that my tribe, the Kriol, is the glue to this nation because we are the tribe that is racially, culturally mixed up with all the other tribes in Belize. It is a Garifuna Belizean, Chico Ramos, who sang, A wahn marid to ahn, but that sounds like a Kriol anthem. I told you I don’t know everything. It isn’t gazetted, but Chico might be Garifuna/Kriol.
In this risky discussion I note, based on my day-to-day observations, how the different tribes in our country interact in this beloved nation we call Belize. Ah, I’ve been this way before, so call this my latest look.
EOB = PUDP betrayal
Today, January 28, after having gotten a copy of the EOB (Equal Opportunity Bill), I had just gotten through a review when I was told, “You have wasted some hours of time. The deal has been done; the Prime Minister has signed the agreement.”
Yesterday, making a declaration, the Leader of the Opposition had stated: ‘I haven’t read it, but I approve it’, or words to that effect.
I have never in my life felt so disrespected.
Master Emerson Jerome Duncan
There had been no noteworthy developments that we knew of during the month of July that affected the matter uppermost on all our minds, but in early August a rumour had started going around that Jerome and Dr. Francis had been seen having a discussion at a table in the far corner of the doctors’ lounge. Of course nobody had been near enough to hear what had been the subject of conversation. The only thing that could be said was that the meeting seemed a cordial one, which really provided no clue since both men were known for their polite manners.
Derricia Castillo-Salazar writes Brigadier General Steven Ortega
Dear Brigadier General Ortega,
I am writing to you on behalf of myself and other former officers of the BDF, and on behalf of the over 400 citizens of Belize and civil society organizations who have signed a Change.org petition to ensure that the matter of sexual abuse and assault in the BDF is fully investigated, and the culture of violence against women in the BDF is changed.
InSight Crime’s 2019 Homicide Round-Up
In its annual Homicide Round-Up, InSight Crime looks into the country-by-country murder rates and the factors influencing them.
Lord Ashcroft Applies To Join Redistricting Case
The redistricting case before Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin took an interesting twist today, when Andrew Marshalleck, Attorney for Lord Michael Ashcroft presented an application to the Court to be allowed to join the Belize Peace Movement and other interested parties who are before the Court with the case.
MoH Confirms No One on Flight Originated from China
Director of Health Services, Dr. Marvin Manzanero, has confirmed with the Reporter that there was no one originating from China on a plane which arrived in Belize from El Salvador this week.
Police Charge Shane Bennett for Anthony Parks’ Murder
Police have arrested and charged Shane Bennett, 33, of Independence Village for the murder of Anthony Parks.
MOH Clarifies Media Reports Of Coronavirus Case In Belize
The Ministry of Health says there are misleading statements of a suspected Coronavirus case at the Northern border.
The Facebook Samaritan
Albert Magdaleno manages his page under the name Ladyvillenews Highlights. A quick browse through his profile does not even reveal much about the man. He makes posts also under subtitles such as “Blast from the Past”, “Laughter is the Best Medicine” and “Be Your Own Boss.”
Richard Harrison’s brother speaks on his untimely passing
Yesterday, 56-year-old Richard Harrison died after being involved in a road traffic accident on the George Price Highway. Harrison was a well-known businessman from San Ignacio Town whose family is known for their Big H Enterprise.
Erlin Gomez charged for assault of a teenage girl
40-year-old Erlin Gomez was remanded to the Belize Central Prison after he was charged for two counts of sexual assault. A fifteen-year-old minor alleged that he touched her inappropriately on her genitals and grabbed her breast.
Coronavirus scare proved to be false
Reports on social media last night alarmed residents as one news media had posted that a person was detained at our border with Mexico after they were exhibiting signs of influenza. The reports stated that the Belizean national was returning from a trip to China and had signs of respiratory illness.
Public Service Union engages in anti-corruption training
The Love Foundation, through funding by the US Embassy, has rolled out a lecture series on Anti-Corruption. We have been following past few training sessions with different organizations, and today, it was the Public Service Union’s (PSU) turn.
House fire in Belize City is quickly extinguished by firefighters
A small wooden house was completely destroyed by fire yesterday in Belize City. According to the owner, Floid Burgess, he was in front of his yard on Ebony Street with his friends when he smelled smoke coming from behind his house. Sleeping inside the small wooden structure was his nephew, Orlando Burgess.
Lord Michael Ashcroft back on the frontline
Lord Michael Ashcroft is back on the frontline as he has applied to be included in the Redistricting case before the Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin. The late application forced the Chief Justice to give an additional week for preparation.
Tick Tock; time approaches for new UDP party leader to be selected
With less than 48 hours left for the UDP Convention on Sunday, it is anybody’s guess who will be the new party leader. At some points in the last few months, things seemed in favour of Faber and then there were some instances where Saldivar seemed to be ahead in the race with the support from the majority of the Cabinet members.
Men beaten then sent to jail?
A family in the Cayo District is claiming that the police are abusing their authority. Yesterday, 20-year-old Juan Ico and Marvin Ical went fishing and got into an altercation with persons who live at a farm nearby. Love News understands that the altercation ensued when the persons from the farm insinuated that Ico and Ical hit their dogs.
Are UDP delegates being bribed by Ministers?
In the days leading up to Sunday’s convention, we have received reports of the delegates being bribed by certain Ministers, in the hope of securing a seat on the UDP Executive on Sunday. One such allegation of bribery has to do with the issuance of lands. According to KREM’s News Director, Marisol Amaya, a long queue was observed at the Lands Department.
Public Meeting in San Pedro
The Commissioner of Police has initiated a countrywide tour and is engaging the public in various municipalities. On Thursday night he was on Ambergris Caye where he met with key stakeholders in the tourism industry and the community. Among the main issues discussed were the reduction of crime on the island and the consumption of alcohol as one of the major causes of traffic related incidents. Our Island correspondent has the details.
Breaking Belize News
Should there be less constituencies in Belize City and more in the districts? – Lord Ashcroft joins redistricting case
Lord Michael Ashcroft this afternoon made common cause with the Belize PEACE Movement’s efforts to […]
Belize Training and Employment Centre graduates new cohort from job preparedness training
The Belize Training and Employment Centre (BTEC), a unit of the Belize Trade and Investment […]
Dear UDP delegate:
The views expressed in this article are those of the writer and not necessarily those of Breaking Belize […]
Belmopan Mayor says Dermen/Kingston meeting before plane photo went nowhere
Mayor of Belmopan, Khalid Belisle, is the latest United Democratic Party politician forced to explain […]
Picture surfaces showing Mayor Khalid Belisle with Lev Dermen and others
On Thursday, February 7, Jacob Kingston, an associate of alleged international fraudster, Lev Dermen testified […]
Shane Bennett charged for the murder of Anthony Parks
Police have officially charged Shane Bennett, 33, of Independence Village for the murder of 37-year-old […]
Belize Peace Movement calls out Barrow Administration on corruption
The Belize Peace Movement has called out the Government of Belize (GOB) and Prime Minister […]
Calypso Rose in Belize to shoot video with The Garifuna Collective
Today, Stonetree Records announced that in co-production with Maturity Music (Trinidad) and Because Music (France), […]
Gallons and ammunition found near burnt aircraft in Southern Belize
Authorities issued an official report today regarding the discovery of a suspected drug plane yesterday […]
COLA says John Saldivar is not “the way forward” for the U.D.P., nor Belize
For various reasons, the organization Citizens Organized for Liberty through Action (COLA) says it does […]
Prime Minister Barrow on Faber campaign ad; should not be interpreted as an endorsement
The United Democratic Party (UDP) issued a statement saying that Prime Minister Dean Barrow has […]
Scientists urge action to save Central American peccary from extinction
Scientists are calling for countries in Central America to take immediate action to keep the […]
“The River of Art Flows Everywhere” on display at the Benque House of Culture
The Benque House of Culture is inviting the public to join them tonight at 7:00 […]
Shyne Barrow: Prime Minister remains neutral in support for either candidate
Son of Prime Minister, Dean Barrow, Shyne issued a statement last night saying that PM […]
Belize signs Treaty on the prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
On February 6th, 2020, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Belize to the United Nations, […]
Pelican Rescue: Be Careful with Our Dive Bombing Friends!
Yesterday, as we docked the boat at the back of San Pedro town, I spotted a brown pelican – and something was definitely not right.
His beak looked wonky and I wanted to get a bit of a closer look before I alerted my friends at ACES – the wild animal rescue heroes we are so lucky to have on Ambergris Caye.
My guy had a different issue. I sent the photos to Chris and Christina and left to take my dog to the Vet. We had a 1pm appointment.
A February of Love and Celebration!
We have officially kissed the New Year goodbye and are now embracing 2020’s exciting happenings. February has much to offer, not only is it the month of love but also signals the arrival of El Gran Carnaval de San Pedro!
Planning on spending Valentine’s Day on Ambergris Caye?
There’s no shortage of romantic venues on La Isla Bonita! From dinners overlooking a warm sunset at Rain Restaurant and Rooftop Terrace to a cruise onboard the YOLO, we can help you impress your special date!
About Belize Sea Turtles
The Belize Barrier Reef is so rich in wondrous species of sea life that this gentle reptile is sometimes overlooked or downright ignored. I remember as a child on school vacation, on an undiscovered San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, how thrilling it was for me to go out with our neighbor, “Don Rafa”, who made his living from the sea. We woke up at dawn and set out for the fringe of the reef to see what bounty we could catch that day. At that time, it was legal to catch sea turtles and sell them for their meat and eggs, also, to use the turtle shell as raw material for all kinds of utensils. Today, this is not allowed. We now must protect and preserve them from extinction.
Forbes “Best in Travel” – Eight Underrated Destinations to Visit in 2020
With everyone rushing to announce the “best” places to visit in 2020, we’re looking at another list: underrated, off-the-beaten-path destinations where you can immerse yourself in nature or culture far from hordes of international tourists. That’s not to say these destinations aren’t known among in-the-know travelers and frequent fliers: they simply deserve much more credit than they get.
From charming, cosmopolitan cities to historic gems and untapped beaches, here are 10 underrated places you should visit in 2020—plus, where to stay and what to see.
Backpacking Through Mexico, Belize and Guatemala: A Cheaper Way to Live
One of the best ways to start a backpacking trip through countries like Mexico, Belize and Guatemala would be to book a flight to Cancun, Mexico, and use that city as a starting point. There are many international flights that reach this location and just about all of them are quite affordable. Once you have made it to Cancun, you can pass through the various beaches of Cancun, then pass through Playa del Carmen and then Tulum, before making your way into Belize. Since you are the only one who knows how much time you have to spend on this trip, know that all three of these countries have plenty of hostels to provide room and board.
Solo Female Travel in Belize — Is Belize Safe?
It depends — I think Belize is good for some but not all first-time solo female travelers. If you already have a good amount of travel experience and have just never traveled solo, or if you have lived in a big city, you may have a better time in Belize.
Why is this? Because the street harassment is significant, especially on the islands and beaches. It’s hard to go anywhere alone on Caye Caulker without the men yelling stuff at you. It happens day and night, whether they’re on their own or with others, and it can make you feel threatened.
The Simone Biles vault that might be too risky for the Olympics
Widely considered the best gymnast of all time, Biles tweeted “2020” along with eyes emojis and a question mark, letting others consider the possibility of seeing this vault in competition. Will Biles actually perform this skill at the Tokyo Olympics or in other events this season? Probably not. But that mere chance, and the potential she showed in the video, will fuel discussions about Biles’s dominance in this sport.
Mexico, Don’t Stand in the Way of Central American Migrants Headed for the U.S.
The American immigration system needs a complete makeover, but López Obrador’s government shouldn’t act as an extension of the Border Patrol.
Campeonato Centroamericano Infantil y Juvenil, Belice 2020 DAY 4 Morning, 2hr58min.
Campeonato Centroamericano Infantil y Juvenil, Belice 2020 DAY 4 Morning, 2hr58min.
Campeonato Centroamericano Infantil y Juvenil, Belice 2020 DAY 4 Afternoon, 4hr45min.
Four Seasons- Caye Chapel, Belize, 2min.
Travel is a Force For Good, 2.5min. A classroom of students from Oakland travel to Belize for a transformative travel experience. We captured the kid's adventure and the transformative experiences travel offers.
Boys In Belize, 8min. Scuba diving.
Belize Horseback Ride, 1min. T'initz Tours Belize offers a fantastic jungle ride near San Ignacio, Belize. This gives a nice , quick look at the experience - enjoy!
The Incredible Protection Of The Manatees Of Belize, min.
Channel 5 Daily Obituaries, 2min.
Belize Now, 31min. In the headlines: The Ministry of Immigration discusses changes in the passport application process and we learn about two organizations that are bringing hope to their communities. These stories and more on this week’s edition of Belize Now.
Scuba dive San Pedro Belize and Mahahal Mexico, 10min. Scuba diving at San Pedro, Hol Chan, Blue Hole, Half Moon Cay and Mahahual Mexico in January 2020.
Cahal Pech in Belize, 8.5min. leider funktioniert unser Blog im Moment nicht und darauf wollten wir euch in diesem Video hinweisen! Wir sind gerade in Belize und haben die tolle Mayaruine Cahal Pech bei San Ignacio angesehen. Diese schönen Eindrücke wollen wir natürlich gerne mit euch teilen und zeigen euch somit ein wenig von der Ruine. Sie ist beeindruckend und wenig besucht also schaut es euch an! ;-)
Belize '19 - Day2, min. Day 2 of our sailing trip to Belize in October of '19.
Belize Diving Trip, 14min. These clips are from our first two days of diving off Ambergis Caye, Belize. We saw lots of reef shark and our dive guide appeared to have 'pet' nurse sharks at each canyon we dove. I've seen a decent amount of nurse shark in other locals, but usually they're just sitting on a sandy bottom. These followed us the whole dive.
CAMERAS GO UP in COROZAL, 5min. The Corozal Police Department will be putting up more of these around town. Get involved with fighting crime by coming to the Citizens Advisory Committee on the last Thursday of the month. Corozal Police Department 6 PM.