Day 4 we took a trip to OLD BELIZE but not before spending some time with my uncle.
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.
Here I am with my mother and her brother. I haven’t seen him in almost 19 years.
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.
We ended up bumping into one of my cousins after breakfast. I forgot which twin this is because they are identical.
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.
This is what our first church was called.
This was taken inside the gift shop at Old Belize.
This was taken at the restaurant bar at Old Belize.
My mom with her niece Marsha. She is Delyn’s mother. He appeared in my first blog on this series.
I was enjoying a Bahama Mama
I do not remember what this was called.
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.
This concludes Day 4. Let’s see how I spent Day 5 tomorrow.