Tropical Regards

01

Jul
2017
Chicle, the origins of chewing gum
Posted by: Tropic Air /13441
The many magnificent Maya sites that scatter the landscape of Belize are testament to this incredible civilization. The Maya built amazing cities, they traded in jade and obsidian, they had their own calendar, they were arguably the inventors of chocolate in the form of a spicy drink and wait for it…. they were the inventors […]
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01

Jun
2017
Mango Season. Cashew Season. No, it’s Chocolate Season!
Posted by: Tropic Air /1186
Mango May and June see the start most Belizeans favorite season, mango season. After eight months of deprivation, these sweet beauties suddenly grace every market stall and roadside vendor in Belize. The countryside and city yards overflow with mangoes of every shape and size, with colors ranging from green to red, to yellow and even […]
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11

May
2017
Characters from Belizean Legends
Posted by: Tropic Air /1869
Warning, Scary Stuff Ahead! In recent weeks, there has been a lot of hype surrounding the trailer for the upcoming remake of Stephen King’s classic film “It”. The scary clown has horror fans champing at the bit for its release in September of this year. People are fascinated by scary characters, and here in Belize, […]
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Apr
2017
Belize Food
Posted by: Tropic Air /2018
Belize’s abundant cultural interaction makes for an incredible diversity of foods. As tourism has increased, so has the availability of international cuisine countrywide and whilst the mainstay of Belizean fare is undoubtedly stewed chicken, rice and beans served with plantain, potato salad or coleslaw, every region has at least one or two specialties based on […]
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