Tropical Regards

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May
2017
Characters from Belizean Legends
Posted by: Tropic Air /23590
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 /27330
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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03

Dec
2016
The Mysterious Blue Hole
Posted by: Tropic Air /35320
Throughout the world, Blue Holes have always been surrounded in mystery and superstition.  Tales of bottomless pits, sea monsters and ship wrecks abound. The Great Blue Hole of Belize is no exception. In fact, a recent movie Posiedon Rex  even has dinosaurs erupting from its depths. Located in the lighthouse reef atoll approximately 62 miles…
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03

Nov
2016
The Soundtrack of Life
Posted by: Tropic Air /18020
For Andy Palacio, one of Belize’s most loved and famous musicians, music was “the soundtrack of life”. Perhaps the most beautiful demonstration of this statement can be found in the music of his people, the Garinagu, one of the many cultures that make up the melting pot that is Belize. Product of the indigenous Arawaks…
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