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TROPIC AIR GIVES TO SAN PEDRO R.C. SCHOOL & SAN PEDRO TOUR GUIDE ASSOCIATION San Pedro, Belize, Thursday, November 24th, 2016

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PRESS RELEASE San Pedro, Belize, Thursday, November 24th, 2016 Tropic Air, The Airline of Belize, has announced the October results of its 2016 nationwide #TropicGivesBack fundraising campaign. For every ticket bought at the month’s selected station, $1 is donated to an organization chosen by our staff stationed in that community. October was the chosen month for San Pedro. As part of the airline's largest charitable fundraiser of the year, Tropic Air business partners, staff and Customers joined efforts and raised $1384. The donations have been divided equally between ($692 each) the San Pedro Roman Catholic School’s Marching Band and the San Pedro Tourist Guide Association’s environmental program. Checks were presented in San Pedro to Mrs. Roxani Kay and Philip Leslie of the school and the association respectively, on Tuesday, November 22. “Tropic welcomed the opportunity to help these two organizations. We have a keen appreciation of the important roles that both music and environ…

Visiting Santa Rita Heights in Corozal, Belize

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About two month's ago, I personally visited the Santa Rita Mayan Site in Corozal. It was a great morning before it rained in Corozal. It rained for two hours, but I still manage to walk around the site in Corozal. I was given permission to look around while the man tour me around, Meanwhile, his explaining me how the Maya's came to Corozal. It was my first, and Second time I witness this site personally. I was amazed how they lived 1000's year's ago. My experience in this Mayan site was amazing. And, since people get's married in this Ruin, the view of this place is quite stunning to see especially when you do a wedding or an event is taking place here. 

Santa Rita is located on the outskirts of Corozal Town and is bordered on the east by the Caribbean Sea. It is near the Coca Cola factory just off the main road leading to the border town, Santa Elena, on the way to Mexico. Santa Rita was probably the ancient coastal trading city known as Chetumal during the Late Po…