Greetings this July 2006
from BELIZEmagazine.com-The Internet Magazine of Belize.
In this Volume three, edition three, we are pleased to have
Ms. Sharon Matola, the founder
and Director of The Belize Zoo, , as our interview guest for
'20 Questions'. Sharon also begins contributing to our ‘Living
Wild’ section weighing in the July edition with an article
about the rarest mammal in Belize: ‘The Greater Grison’.
Our features in the July 2006 edition include a look at tour
guides in Belize and how they be the only thing standing
between you and a violent criminal in the bush; rising
gas prices and the debate over exploratory oil drilling
in the Toledo District; and the devastating
fire in Placencia.
'Adventures with Charley Wolf',
a fictional account about Belize based upon news content gathered
throughout the year that looks at the country from the perspective
of a European family that relocates to the land by the Caribe
Sea, has Charley telling about his great pig adventure.
In our very popular 'Tropical Backyard
Birding', we examine the Blue Crown Motmot. Our 'Profiles
In Culture' reports on Flo, a kindly ‘coolspot’
owner in the wonderful village of Jacintoville. 'A
Bit of Caribbean History' talks about the Caribbean island
of St. Lucia. The Maya Island Airways 'Welcome
Onboard' article takes our readers to the town of Dangriga,
arguably the Garifuna capital of Belize. 'It's
a Plant's Life too' checks in again with Yvonne and Alfredo
Villoria of ‘Dem Dats Doin’. This edition reviews
'Emory King’s 2006 Driver's
Guide To Beautiful Belize'. In the 'Happy
Hour-Tropical Cocktails' presented by Travellers Liquors
Ltd., the distillers and distributors of the pride and joy of
Belize 'One Barrell Rum', tells our readers how to mix a Collins.
The 'Secret's of the Belizean Kitchen'
presented by Grace-Kennedy Ltd., distributors of find food products
in Belize and around the world provides a recipe for Islanders
Pone. 'Health Matters' looks
into the CDC’s recommended precautions to be taken before
travelling to Belize while 'The
Archaeological Wonders’ explores the Maya site of
Tikal in Guatemala that is easily accessible from the Belizean
town of San Ignacio. We are especially pleased that 'Where
to Eat in Paradise' eats it’s way through some of
the best burgers in Belize City while 'Life's
A Beach' takes a look at the Cerros Sands development in
the Corozal District.
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