Tag Archives: Central America

Belize Snapshot

Last year, I started a new tradition of creating a “snapshot” post from our travels with a handful of superlatives and anecdotes to sum up our bigger trips. It’s a fun way to me to reflect back on specific moments, so to continue that tradition here is my Belize snapshot! Best Moment On the last day while […]

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Photo Friday – Jack

Today’s post is short and sweet, and I’ll start by pointing out that it’s not even a photo that I took. Chris captured this portrait of sweet Jack, the spider monkey we met in Belize on a tour of Lamanai. He lives along the New River, and appreciates a banana hand-out every now and then. (Jack, […]

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Photo Friday – Early Worm

The understatement of the year would be to say that I’m not a morning person. I’ve attempted on various occasions to adjust my daily routine to incorporate earlier hours, but I have never been one to spring out of bed in the morning all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. During our time in Belize I never quite […]

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Moving Pictures: Belize

In addition to improving my underwater photography skills, videography currently sits at the top of my creative goals list. Put a still camera in my hands, and I feel comfortable in most photography situations. In contrast, I pretty much have no idea what I’m doing as soon as I flip the video mode switch on […]

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A Tiny Slice of San Pedro

One of my takeaways from Belize is something I suspected I’d be able to confirm on this trip: I prefer to roam around on my own schedule, and I crave control over my local transportation (e.g., having a rental car if things aren’t within walking distance). I still definitely love staying in a more remote location or […]

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