Only seafront parcel in the village proper is for sale.
This is a rare opportunity to own a seafront parcel within the village with all utilities to it.
Seafront parcels anywhere on the South island are very rare to come by, and especially one with utilities to it.
This is your opportunity to own one. Since the land is vacant, you can build the building of your dreams and not have to buy into someone else’s dream.
Property has commercial and residential potential. Act now! You will not find another seafront parcel with utility infrastructure available maybe for years.
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With deep regret, the Rodriguez Family wishes to announce the passing of Mr.
Bartolo Rodriguez, on Tuesday, November 11, 2014. He was the last
remaining child of Juan and Arcadia Rodriguez of Caye
Caulker. He was 91 years old. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Valentina
Rodriguez; his children: Abel, Bartolo Jr., Roger, Arcadia Cruzita, Maria
Amparo Montero, Mirta Smith, Jilmar, and Jose Homero, Kay Zehms, Ishmael
Hernandez, their spouses, 29 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great
grandson, several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Bat or Don Bat, as he was known by many, was a lobster fisherman. He enjoyed music,
poetry, sports and teaching his trade.
We wish to thank all who, in any way, helped us through this time of
Wayward is a new electronic group duo consisting of Louise Greenwood and Lawrence Gale Hayes from London via Leeds, England. The music video featured below has been going viral within the Belizean Community hence the name “Belize“. It is even more amazing because our very own islanders are featured in this video. Pretty sure they didn’t know they were going to be a part of a music video!
Like and share the video!
Kevin Smith, a native of Caye Caulker, was one of four prisoners transferred to Belize today in an exchange of prisoners between Mexico and Belize.
Kevin, along with four other men (3 Belizeans and a Honduran) were intercepted at sea near Xcalak by the Mexican Coast Guard in a joint operation in 2005.
The boat the 5 men were in was found with almost 3,000 pounds of cocaine.
All five men were arrested by Mexican police and sent to prison for 10 years on firearms charges.
Kevin will serve the remainder of his sentence at the Belize Central Prison in Hattieville.
Items can be dropped off at Step By Step Tutoring Center – Sayonara Pasos, opposite of Sea N Sun Stationery Shop.
The Belize Fisheries Department would like to inform the general public that the conch season will be closed effective on July 1st, 2014 and it will remain closed until October 1st, 2014.
The selling and purchasing of Conch during closed season is against the law.
Congratulations to Miss Brittany Ysaguirre on winning the Miss Lobster Fest 2014 pageant.
The pageant was hotly contested, with a total of five young ladies vying for the title.
After two hours of pagentry which saw the contestants showcasing their beauty, talent, and intelligence, it was Brittany who emerged victorious.
The Miss Lobster Fest pageant kicks off a weekend of merry-making, good eating, great friendships and partying, and the enjoyment of the succulent lobster, a local marine delicacy which many of the island’s inhabitants fished for several generations.
(Photo by the Belize Tourism Board and the Caye Caulker Lobster Fest Committee 2014)
The National Celebrations Commission is pleased to announce this year’s theme for September Celebrations 2014. The Selected theme is:
Industrious Hands, Intelligent Minds, Together for Belize!
This theme will now anchor the celebrations for our 216thAnniversary of the Battle of St. George’s Caye and the 33rdAnniversary of Belize’s Independence. The theme was submitted by Denise Bowman of Western Paradise, 8 Miles on the George Price Highway. Ms. Bowman believes that everyone is blessed with unique talents and we should all use this capability to develop Belize. Ms. Bowman is an employee of ITVET Belize City and the parent of a high school student.
This theme was selected as the Commission believes it evokes aspirit of nationalism and a call to work for Belize. Overall, theselected theme encourages national unity and a call to recognizehow we can contribute to the development of Belize. The Commissionencourages and invites all Belizeans: individuals, organizations,schools and businesses –to incorporate the theme and its significance into their preparations and celebrations for theNational Celebrations this year.