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Last Red Cross Blood Drive of 2016

Red Cross Blood Drive

This Saturday’s San Pedro Red Cross Blood Drive will make the 5th and last one for 2016. They are normally held quarterly but we ended up with an extra one this year in accommodating a Projects Abroad request for an additional Blood Drive at Washington University earlier in the year. We have collected 48 pints so far this year and ... Read More »

Belize Rentals – Two Oceanfront Condos

Ambergris Caye Belize

The Johansons recently decided to go official and list their 2 oceanfront condominiums and asked my help to let you know about it. Over the course of my almost 11 years living here, I have had a few friends that lived in Perla Escondida building, so I’ve seen the inside. They are bright, clean, on the beach and, fairly central. ... Read More »

Palapa Bar Phoenix Rising From the Caribbean Sea

Palapa Bar

The Phoenix reference of the mystical bird that dies and is reborn throughout time is very fitting in regards to the Palapa Bar, right down to their choice of palm trees growing out of the thatch top of the new building. phoe•nix (‘fee niks) noun 1. a fabulous bird that after a life of five or six centuries immolates itself ... Read More »

Fun Times at San Pedro and San Ignacio Fundraisers

San Pedro Belize

There are never any shortage of fundraisers in San Pedro, your donations will go a long way – and you can have some fun while helping a great cause. (Feature image above courtesy of San Pedro Sun News Paper) Here are some three great upcoming countrywide charity events that are coming up fast and need your support and one success story. CG ... Read More »

Sightseeing in San Pedro Belize

Sightseeing in Belize

For many, sightseeing in Belize includes visiting San Pedro, a lively town that people travel worldwide to see, with no shortage of options. Marco Gonzalez Maya Site Get up close with Mayan culture at Marco Gonzalez. Play archaeologist for a few hours with popular guide, Jan Brown. You will travel a few miles south of town near the tip of ... Read More »

What Are We Preserving?

Belize oil

 Belize Oil Surveying If you have been following the news this has been a hot topic in many respects – environmentally, politically and personally. The Barrier Reef is extremely fragile and so many people agree seismic testing is risky business and would put the reef in danger. The process involves airguns to blast shock-waves to penetrate the sea bottom. This ... Read More »

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