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A morning view in Corozal

If you are a person who loves to travel and have a quiet vacation? Then, Corozal is one of the best places to travel in Belize. One of the laid-back towns especially for back backers who are just wanting to relax.   On Thursday morning, I came out to take some phot's of Corozal along the beach in Corozal. The morning, was quite lovely and cool while walking on the beach. You will see a lot of things being changed in town.  and, the road was fixed at Central Park. It took one day for those men at Central Park to repair the middle of the road.  Residents in Corozal where wandering about a machine that is sampling soil in Corozal. It's machinery to sample soil in order to determine stability or composition prior to the development of the cultural heritage Plaza. This was confirmed by CTC. It is not oil related.
Mirador hotel is right on the beach. One of the best hotels to see sunsets and sunrise from up the building. And, you're not far away from The thunderbolt Bridge, It i…

Garifuna Culture in Belize

Every year in Belize, the Garifuna'scelebrate their culture in the month of November. It is date on the 19th of November which is a holiday in Belize countrywide.  Garifuna is mentioned as Garinagu in Garifuna.   And, they are mixed-race descendants of West African, Central African, Island Carib, European, and Arawak people. Although their background is the Lesser Antilles, since 1797, the Garifuna people have lived in Central America, along with the Caribbean Coast of Honduras, with smaller populations in Belize, Guatemala, Nicaragua and in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. They arrived there after being exiled from the islands of the Lesser Antilles by British colonial administration as Black Caribs after a series of slave revolts. 
Those Caribs deemed to have had less African admixture was not exiled, and are still living in the islands.The Garifuna arrived in southern Belize in 1802 in small numbers, and in larger numbers in 1823 after fleeing violent confrontations in Hondu…

Rainy Season In Belize

In Belize, a small country in Central America which occupies the south-east of the Yucatan Peninsula, the climate is tropical, hot all year round, with a rainy and muggy season from June to October, and a less hot season from November to February, when the northeast trade winds prevail, but they still unload rainfall, which gradually decreases, so that from February to April it's the driest period. From March to May, before the rainy season, the heat gradually increases, so that in April and May the hottest days of the year occur, and there may be torrid days, especially in inland areas; in May, even thunderstorms become a bit more frequent. 
The rainy season runs from June to November when annual Belize rainfall is highest. The early months of May and June when rainfall is just getting underway, are a good time to travel to Belize as you can you can escape the tourist rush and hotel rates tend to be lower.  Low Season (Jun–Oct)
Heavy rainfall from June to mid-November, especially …