I am more of a global citizen now because I learned about several new cultures in Belize. I experienced many different customs and realized that people are not very different even though they may live thousands of miles away. The 9-day experience ... Continue Reading Kahuna Clique
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I feel that I've become a global citizen on this trip by becoming more aware of the many opportunities that are offered around the world. I would never have thought to do a home stay with a Mayan family if R.T. hadn't set it up for us.
I've ... Continue Reading Global Citizen
The tree that Mayans refer to as the "Kahun" palm is a resource of many things. Since the time of their ancestors, this tree was used to make tools, shelter, decorations, as it was also a source of food. The kahun palm brings much variety and effects ... Continue Reading “The Kahunah Clique”
The eight's day of our Global Citizen Trip to Belize.
What a place to be. We arrived this morning at the Island of Tobacco Caye and are stunned by the beauty and simplicity of this Island. After a short break and a delicious lunch, we have ... Continue Reading Tobacco Caye
We are currently on Tobacco Caye and enjoying a change in natural surroundings. We have left the bush and are now on the barrier reef--second largest in the world. We had a good lesson in snorkeling today and saw many many ... Continue Reading Paradise
Hello! Day 7 of our experience here in Belize. Today we went on a caving adventure to the ATL caves. It was my first caving experience and I wasn't sure what to expect. After a two-hour bumpy bus ride amidst palm and pine trees, colorful houses, and ... Continue Reading Julia’s post
The Mayan cultural center was an eye opener. I'll always appreciate flushing toilets now. Belize is a young country with a lot of room for expansion. The people are very friendly!! ... Continue Reading Belize