The Maya Underworld Of ATM Cave, Belize

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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The Maya World Of Xunantunich, Belize

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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The Maya World Of Cahal Pech, Belize

The borders that encircle the countries we recognise today as Belize, Guatemala and Honduras mean little in the story of the Maya.

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Five Reasons To Linger In San Ignacio, Belize

I faced some polite judgement from other backpackers for my decision to stay in San Ignacio for a whole week and I can understand their confusion.Β 

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Postcard From Caye Caulker, Belize

In Caye Caulker, the sand is white, the water is crystal clear and the streets are multicoloured. Whole lobsters are grilled to your taste on the roadside and the locals always have a smile (well, living here why wouldn’t they).

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