Caves, Inland Forests and Royal Accommodations

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Cave Tubing in Belize

The day starts with a flight into Belize City municipal airport and a 45 minute drive on the Hummingbird Highway to our destination at Caves Branch Headquarters for cave tubing. The final destination of the day will find us in the Belize city of San Ignacio. A full day of adventure is in the works!

Bon Appétit Belize Style

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Ladies Luncheon at Ak'bol Yoga Retreat & Eco Resort, San Pedro Town, Ambergris Caye, Belize

One thing that is not lacking on this little island in the Caribbean is the variety and quality of food. Some of the best food I've enjoyed is at the monthly "ladies luncheon" which is a pot-luck.  Wow, there are some good cooks here!

Holidays in the Tropics

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Holiday's in the Tropics

I love the holiday season! I was lucky enough to be able to travel back to the States over the Thanksgiving holiday to see my friends and family. I had a fabulous time. A word to the wise - take at least one warm outfit with you to your island destination if you travel during the winter months. Boots, a coat, sweater, jeans... otherwise you will not be the least bit comfortable when that plane lands and you find yourself dressed in flip-flops and shorts.

Strawberries and Pink Panties

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Before you get to thinking that I've gone rogue and have written an X-Rated blog post, you must read this entire article! This is not a story that will give you a happy, tingly feeling. I often write about my life events; both good and bad. It is a way for me to work through emotions and deep seated thoughts. I must admit - this event knocked the wind out of my sails here in paradise.

Lost In Translation

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Lost in Translation

My guests had arrived on the Island for a two week visit over the holidays. Each day was set in motion with long walks on the beach enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of the Caribbean. Visiting the beach bars on the 2 mile walk into town was ever-changing and always eventful. Exceptional food, drinks and engaging conversations with both locals and tourists was the norm.