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A Punta Gorda Original: Welcome to Gomier’s

Come to Punta Gorda hungry and one place you’ll sure hear recommended is Gomier’s. Located just to right of the “Welcome to PG” sign at the entrance to town, Gomier’s Restaurant is a true PG landmark. No rice and beans here—instead, you’ll have your choice of fresh seafood, fish burgers, veggie burritos, curry shrimp and tofu, […]

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Meet Belizean Artist Inga Woods

Inga Woods is a young Belizean artist that comes from a family of five sisters. She spent her early childhood at a farm in Southern Belize and the rest of her life at construction campsites throughout the country. Since she was constantly moving from place to place, she grew accustomed to not having many friends […]

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The story behind Ambergriscaye.com

I know Marty because he runs Ambergriscaye.com, the largest resource for information on Belize. The website is massive; it ranges from recommendations on things to do, where to go, photos, early history, economics, real estate and published research studies to name a few. I decided to interview Marty because I hope more people realise the […]

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A Trip to Belize As An AFAR Ambassador

I thank social media for knowing someone as awesome as Kirsten. If I remember correctly, I met her via twitter a few years ago – mobile photography was a new thing, and I loved her photos. But what I like the most about her is that she’s super friendly and always up for a good chat […]

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A Sustainable Path: Agritourism In Belize

Mara Jernigan is currently the head chef and general manager of Belcampo Belize, a gorgeous property in the rainforests of Toledo and somewhere I visited years ago when it was initially Machaca Hill Lodge. I sought out to interview Mara because good news travels fast and word is that she is bringing a lot of […]

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I Hate Belize… Belize City To Be More Specific

  Foodie and travel blogger, Ayngelina Brogan, from BaconIsMagic.ca has been telling me how much she loves Central America but hates Belize; Belize City to be more specific. This actually doesn’t surprise me as it is pretty evident that the sentiment resonates throughout the internet. Many people who visit Belize and only see Belize City, especially Cruise […]

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Travel with Style: Rachael Russell’s What To Wear in Belize Fashion Tips

Rachael Russell is fashion stylist based in Miami, Florida. Apart being a celebrity stylist, her work has appeared in several magazines, adverts, commercials and she has worked for 944 Magazine, Plum, Vogue at Conde Nast and most recently was just signed with FORD’s artists division. I caught up with her after a recent Belize adventure and […]

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Kriol, The Lingua Franca of Belize

Did you know that Belizean Creole or as it is locally known: “Kriol” is the lingua franca of Belize? Yes, English is the official language of the country and it’s taught in schools but everyone grows up speaking Kriol (broken english) and it’s considered a big part of our identity. When the good folks of […]

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Interview: Prince Harry visits Belize

When Prince Harry visited Belize as part of Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee tour, Belizeans greeted him with open arms, and the warm hospitality paid off because in this interview he declares that he will definitely return on vacation soon. He also stated that his next visit will be strictly pleasure and will not disclose any information on the things […]

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