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Bandfest 2018 Parade was held in Corozal

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Corozalenos and people from around the country came out to witness the Bandfest 2018 right here in Corozal. It started on college road right into To 7th avenue and towards the roundabout entrance (by old social security), up to 4th avenue, Towards radio Bahia and turn by civic to the Ricalde Stadium. This about 13 bands came out to parade around Corozal town. SSD, Corozal Church of Christ Primary School,  Uprising Drum Core, Mahagonny Heights, Corozal Community College, Orange Walk  Central Drum Core, Belize Police Cadet Active Youth, Westly College Marching Band, Southern Sounds Marching Band, St. Luis Purple Spirit Marching Band, Guatemala Marching Band, Band Escolar Ciencia Y Tenico and Mexico Police.
 Judging was made in front of Jammrock during the Parade. This after at 1pm, all of the team will come out and compete by Categories. At the end of the Event, the judges will choose who will be the winner of 2018 Bandfest. Come out and at the Ricalde Stadium in Corozal to witness thi…

Caye Caulker Go Slow lifestyle

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Caye Caulker has always had a few families for about 10,000 years. The island sits in the middle of a natural feeding grounds and migratory routes for many fish, the conch and lobster industries. These grounds run about 8 miles in any seaward direction.http://cayecaulker.org/history/ So Caye Caulker’s official motto is “Go slow.” This is probably directed at your need to operate on Caribbean island speed but might also refer to the fact that Caye Caulker, Belize has two cemeteries and zero hospitals.The island of Caye Caulker takes up a total of six square miles. What makes Caye Caulker so charming, is that,  the fact that all the island’s power is generated by a couple hundred iguanas on hamster wheels.
The island, though lacking in cars, a sense of urgency and, yes, places to go should you cut your hand open slicing an orange, is full to the brim with a strong Creole/Rastafarian influence and the hilarious artistic creations that follow.
Caye Caulker is also colorful enough to keep…

Corozal Lifestyle

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Corozal Town is located North of  Belize. Corozal Town is located about 84 miles north of Belize City, and 9 miles from the border with Mexico. Lone travelers, couples and those with youngsters will all love the excellent range of cultural and scenic attractions in Corozal. This area of Belize is home to nearly 10,000 residents. Corozal was a private estate before becoming a town in the 1840s, mostly settled by Maya Mestizo refugees from the Caste War of Yucat√°n. Much of the town was built over an ancient Maya city, sometimes known as Santa Rita; this may have been the original Pre-Columbian town called Chetumal. Corozal Town was badly damaged by Hurricane Janet in 1955 and was substantially rebuilt afterward. 
Several resort areas are located on the coast of the bay, most notably Corozal Town. The New River flows north into the bay. The freshwater change frequently to high aqua blue, to brownish, and a light blue water. Corozal has several places to visit: Corozal Town Hall, Coroza…