Showing posts from December 24, 2017

Welcome to Corozal District, Belize

The country's northernmost district, Corozal is wedged in between Orange Walk District and the border. Its proximity to Mexico lends it a certain Spanish charm, and also offers easy access to travelers coming from CancĂșn or Chetumal. In recent years, Corozal has been 'discovered' by outsiders, who are racing to buy up the affordable seaside property and build retirement homes on their little plots of paradise. However, this district is still relatively unknown to Belize-bound tourists, who don't often venture off the Philip Goldson Hwy.

The chunk of land that spreads south and eastward across the bay from Corozal Town is at once one of the least-visited and most visit-worthy spots in Belize. It's more compact than Orange Walk District, and most of the sights are well within striking distance – by boat or road – of Corozal Town itself. Though topographically not as dramatic as the west or the south (most of Northern Belize is fairly flat), this part of the country …

New Year's in San Pedro Ambergris Caye

Come join where the first ever Belize yacht flotilla started in this amazing, untouched, Caribbean paradise! Belize ticks all the boxes; incredible sailing, sheltered waters, tropical beaches and island paradises. Not to mention the nightlife will take your idea of a New Years Eve celebration to a new level.
Travelers searching for a fun tropical locale to ring in the new year should look no further than one of Belize’s popular islands, like Caye Caulker or Ambergris Caye.  On December 31, 2017 La Isla Bonita will definitely have a reputation for hosting fabulous events, in particular, its New Year's Eve Countdown. On Saturday, December 31st, hundreds of revelers will flock to the Central Park to bid farewell to 2017, and welcome in 2018. 
Bars and resorts in Belize know how to throw a good party, and New Year’s Eve is when they pull out all the stops. Plan to spend the night hopping from celebration to celebration and watch the clock for the midnight fireworks. Then dance the re…

Christmas Eve Sunday Morning Walk in Corozal

Today is Christmas Eve in Belize and many went  to church to celebrate the day before Jesus Birth. I walked around town and some businesses where still opened. I heard Christmas Music from the distance, I saw the tacos places full, and lots of discounts where offered by businesses for those who came by to buy for the Christmas Holiday tomorrow the 25th of December. Everyone will be with their loved one's sharing joyful laugh's and gifts exchange. 
Many other varying cultural traditions and experiences are also associated with Christmas Eve around the world, including the gathering of family and friends, the singing of Christmas carols, the illumination and enjoyment of Christmas lights, trees, and other decorations, the wrapping, exchange and opening of gifts, and general preparation for Christmas Day. Legendary Christmas gift-bearing figures including Santa Claus, Father Christmas, Christkind, and Saint Nicholas are also often said to depart for their annual journey to deliv…

Christmas weekend in Corozal and a view at Corozo Resturant

Corozal is a charming town of approximately 10,00 people located in the north of Belize just across the border from Mexico. Popular due beautiful setting on the bay and cose proximity to low cost shopping across the border in Mexico, Corozal town offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience Mestizo culture in Belize.  Corozal Bay is a fun place to play and retire in Belize The Corozal Bay is a fun place to play and retire in Belize!
Welcome back to an opportunity for a life changing living experience at Cerros Sands, Corozal, Belize! It’s where you wake up to the sound of birds chirping, breeze blowing and just the smell of the fresh waters.  Getting ready for another day of relaxation and/or adventure is simply up to you.  Remember,  you have a all day and evening to get better acquainted with what you now would call home.
On Saturday December 23rd, 2017  I went for a morning walk in the Bay of Corozal.  Their was many people coming to buy…