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Rumors Resorty in San Ignacio Cayo

How We Got to Relax and Re-energize at Rumors Resort

The last time we stayed at Rumors Resort, to Madi’s extreme disappointment, their new swim was just not quit finished yet. Darn! But this time, as promised, we dedicated a full day by the pool so Madi could enjoy. A salt water infinity pool overlooking the San Ignacio valley is ...
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Caye Caulker Sign

Caye Caulker Becoming a Top Tourist Destination in Belize

Caye Caulker is changing. There are lots of new things going on, but life on the island still runs at the “Go Slow” pace it is so famous for. Things are different since last time we visited. There are new hotels, restaurants, businesses have changed locations, the north end of ...
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San Pedro, Carnaval

Things That Are Normal on Ambergris Caye only During Carnaval

Carnaval in San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize is one of the MOST UNIQUE celebrations in the country. There are two main things that make it FUN – Walking around town covered in paint and watching members of our community dance through the streets and entertaining residents on their porches. It’s ...
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world toilet day, Belize outhouse

A Tribute to Belize Outhouses on World Toilet Day

It’s World Toilet Day (November 19) and it got me thinking that pretty soon I would be experiencing more potty breaks at very interesting places and destinations around the country once iTravel Belize gets trekking with it’s new camper van. (Adventures and updates on that soon). When you gotta go, ...
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Cassava Bread

Making Cassava Bread in the Heart of Belize’s Culture Town

When I think of cassava, I immediately associate it with the Garifuna culture of Belize. Its a staple food for them. They fish, grow cassava and other Carib crops like plantains to make fufu. Coconut milk, garlic, basil, black pepper, plantain, bananas, chicken and fish are also key ingredients in ...
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