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#90541 08/10/04 01:58 AM
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Our first visit to this part of the Carribean - from Sept 3-17. We're booking at Banana Beach - at least for the first week. They told us 9/10 is a holiday and it will be busy! - We're definately up for joining in - What can we expect?

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#90543 08/10/04 11:34 PM
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sandb got his knickers all in a twist again laugh


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#90544 08/10/04 11:53 PM
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Great message board w/lots of entertainment - I can deal with twisted panties. Did some searching, but thought you in the know might have more informative info for a newbie - you know - "another one of those" . . .

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sandb - don't let those twisted knickers cut off blood circulation to the brain...

lawcucui - Sept. 10 is St. Georges Caye Day - don't know much about it, never been in Belize that time of year.... Here's a direct cut-n-paste from the Ambergriscaye.com website, under the "holidays" heading:

St. Georges Caye Day, National Day
A colourful parade throughout town with an all day fair at Central Park. Live local music on the beach. On September 10, 1798, at St. George's Caye Belize, the British buccaneers fought with the Spaniards over the territory of Belize and won. The tradition of celebrating this victory is still carried on today, and each year a week long calendars of events ranging from religious services to carnivals are held.
The mood in the City and District Towns is upbeat as a throngs of Belizeans from home and abroad, as well as visitors flock the country to participate in the celebrations. On the morning of September 10th, Belizeans and friends of Belize parade through the streets and enjoy local dishes, spirits, and music. The upbeat feeling and festivities continue until September 21st.

Enjoy the holiday and let the rest of the boarders know how it was.

#90546 08/12/04 01:18 AM
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Skyliner - Thanks, fellow Californian! I found this info, but still hoped for a view from the locals. Whatever the holiday brings I'm sure it will be great. This MB is a crack up and I'm hoping we get to meet some of its members while we're on AC. I'll keep you posted on the holiday festivities! laugh


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