Rooster, the lighthouse keeper at Half Moon Caye, 2005. Also photo of old lighthouse
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Maralyn Gill brings you condiment mixes that are unique to Belizean cuisine We sell seasonings in bulk to local restaurants, and also offer retail packaged seasoning blends. People love our products for several reasons. 1 ) Tourists want to re-live their Belizean memories when they get back home, and some of those memories are from pleasurable culinary experiences. 2) All our seasonings come as a complete package including recipes. The recipe/spice packages are very attractive to cooks, and also make great gifts for friends back home. 3) Caribbean seasoning is very popular around the world right now, and tourists are particularly fond of the Western Caribbean seasonings that we offer 4) And of course most tourists like the idea of bringing home some local flavor from Belize. Many people are also fascinated with the fact that some of our spices come from the local rainforests.
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Rooster, the lighthouse keeper at Half Moon Caye, 2005. Also photo of old lighthouse

Following text by Hector Silva:

BE MY GUEST ON A TRIP BEYOND THE REEF, where the sea is dark and cold.

As Minister of Communication in the 1960's, it was my duty to inspect the SEA CHANNELS and LIGHT HOUSES for navigation by ships, into the Belize City and Commerce Bight PORTS.

This Yearly MINISTERIAL inspection was necessary to sign the ADMIRALTY CHART that guaranteed SAFE PASSAGE into our PORTS.

Without this Sovereign guarantee, Insurance Companies and Shipping Companies were reluctant to venture into our Sea Channels.

The Light House on this most beautiful Island, named " HALF MOON CAY, ( because of its shape,) stood on the most Easterly BOUNDARY of Belize. - - It is the most beautiful Island of Belize.

This Half Moon Caye is, the habitat of the famous and most beautiful BOOBY BIRD, IGUANAS, RATS, FRIGATE BIRDS and the famous ZERICOTE TREE and other vegitations.

That old structure is the Old Disabled and Ancient Light House

Photograph by Brian Luepke

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