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Sometimes when I miss traveling and have the re-entry blues, I look back through my photos and remember my favorite moments.
Above is Sarteneja, a beautiful and seldom visited fishing village in the north of Belize, known for being the center of traditional wooden sailboat building.
A wonderful seven months in Belize have passed.
I am back in the States for a short while — catching up with family, eating lots of my mom’s Ethiopian food and making plans.
But it’s not goodbye, it’s soon come Belize, as they say in Kriol.
I’m also happy to report that my editor gave me glowing feedback on my Moon Belize manuscript — great news to receive on my first day back home. We are both eager to view the first proof pages in July before it goes to print (there’s one more surprise about that – stay tuned).
My next destination is in the works! In the meantime, I’ll be sharing more postcards and tips.
And if there’s anything you’d like to read more about on Belize or on long term travel, feel free to chime in below, I’m more than happy to consider your ideas or answer your trip planning questions.