Guess Who Returned to Belize after 16 years! (Day 4)

Day 4 we took a trip to OLD BELIZE but not before spending some time with my uncle. 61765404_10216141673189381_301981645957758976_n61680067_10216141687829747_6483987482525302784_n

 

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This is my cousin Delyn. He kept our company throughout our whole trip. I must say he kept us safe and made sure we didn’t need anything.

 

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Here I am with my mother and her brother. I haven’t seen him in almost 19 years.

 

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My weakness!!!! This is one of our typical breakfast. Scrambled eggs with ham, stewed chicken, with fry jack. Let’s not forget our famous pepper by Marie Sharp.

 

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We ended up bumping into one of my cousins after breakfast. I forgot which twin this is because they are identical.

 

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This place is definitely new because I do not remember it being in Belize the last time I was down there. The place is absolutely beautiful. It has a man-made beach, however, it is set up like a museum that is dedicated to preserving the history of Belize. Our tour guide showed us around and explained everything to us. I didn’t want to bore you with our history but here are some artifacts I found interesting. For those who do not know, Belizean culture started with the Mayan civilization.

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This is what our first church was called.

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This was taken inside the gift shop at Old Belize.

 

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This was taken at the restaurant bar at Old Belize.

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My mom with her niece Marsha. She is Delyn’s mother. He appeared in my first blog on this series.

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I was enjoying a Bahama Mama

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I do not remember what this was called.

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I ended my day at dinner at Riverside Tavern for Taco Tuesday. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a direct website but if you google Riverside Tavern you will be able to locate the address. Everything about this experience was 5 stars. The restaurant is beautiful, and the food was amazing.

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This concludes Day 4. Let’s see how I spent Day 5 tomorrow.

 

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