Viva News

Free-Form Summer

by SeizeBelize for The Belize Collection

Because that’s the best part of growing up: for all that you may have to leave behind, there will always be more waiting for you when you’re ready.

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Your Heart, Your Hope, Your Mother

by SeizeBelize for The Belize Collection

Because no one else could look so horrified at the sight of you tracking mud into her house, and no one else could teach you all the things you learned from simply watching her do as she does. Because she is your mother, and she exists where there was nothing before—simply an open, empty space that has been waiting for her all this time.

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Viva News

Your Perfect Happy Start

by SeizeBelize for The Belize Collection

And you will learn that love doesn’t necessarily have to be this, or as it was yesterday, or as it will be tomorrow. Change is the only thing you can rely on and that’s the best kind of paradox there is.

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Viva News

Easter In Belize

by SeizeBelize for The Belize Collection

Easter fast approaches, and with it comes temperatures hurtling steadily to the high nineties, pre-made baskets in every grocery store, and of course, a sense of something renewing in the air.

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Culture, Travel News, Travel Tips

Official Language

 If you’ve decided to travel to Central America I bet you’re in the process of downloading Google translate. What you might not know is that you don’t need it if you’re traveling to Belize. While the vast majority of Central America is Spanish speaking Belize is a former British colony making its official language – you guessed it, English!

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Culture, Travel, Travel News

How Belize Got It’s Name

Your destination can often seem like the focus of your journey, but some roads have the ability to transform the entire trip into a never ending adventure. As you exit Belize’s capital city of Belmopan, and enter the Hummingbird Highway you are transported to the most stunning and scenic route in all of the country.

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Culture, Travel

Come Live in Belize

Life the Way It Used to Be

Now more than ever, many of us long to be far away from the complications that come with living in a congested, urban environment. We dream of a place where our alarm clock is the sound of tropical birds chirping and our morning commute is to the backyard to pick fresh oranges.

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Culture, Food

The Belizean Fry Jack

A National Staple

Fry jacks are pieces of dough, deep-fried to crisp golden perfection, commonly featured in Belizean cuisine. These warm, fluffy morsels are most frequently paired with other breakfast items such as eggs, jam, refried beans, and cheese.

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Culture, Events, Sports

La Ruta Maya

It's more than just a race

While Belize offers opportunities for competitive cycling and fishing nothing compares to Belize’s La Ruta Maya River Challenge. Held once a year La Ruta Maya is the only adventure sport weekend of its kind and caliber in Central America.

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