Welcome once again to BELIZEmagazine.com
- The Internet Magazine of Belize. In this our seventh edition
we are once again proud of the work our staff and our contributors
have done in order to bring to you, our readership, some of
the best quality Belizean content available on the Internet.
In this July 2005 edition of BELIZEmagazine.com, our 20 Question
interview is with Mr. Wil Maheia
the Executive Director of Toledo
Institute for Development and Environment (TIDE).
In this July Edition we report on an encounter with the Pale
Billed Woodpecker, we journey up the headwaters of the Columbia
River in the pristine corner of the Toledo District and
visit the Belize Maya archaeological site of Uxbenka
near the Guatemalan border in Southern Belize.
We introduce you to Jacontoville village local Jacko
and take you on a road trip across the Belize-Mexican border
to Playa Del Carmen, the island
of Cozumel and the Mexican Maya site of Coba.
Once again in this edition, we provide you with a 'Happy
Hour - Tropical Cocktails' recipe with a Belizean Flavor,
sponsored by Travellers Liquors Ltd. Yvonne Villoria of Dem
Dats Doin, the co-founder and co-owner of the Toledo Botanical
Arboretum located in the heart of the Toledo District, tells
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writers, photographers and the entire in-house support team
as well as our contributors for the hours of hard work required
to put together this July 2005 edition of BELIZEmagazine.com
- The Internet Magazine of Belize.
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for the promotion & protection of the rivers of Belize.
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