Revisions, additions, deletions: the writing portion of Moon Belize 2017 is in full swing!
After my MacPro died in November during a massive rainstorm on a boat transfer, I was left computerless on the road in Belize for 4 weeks. Thankfully, I had backed up all my work up until that point on external drives, and my iPhone saved the day–allowing me to take notes, snap photos and record audio.
New “chapter highlights,” fresh photos are coming to each chapter.
In Punta Gorda, a favorite was spending the day with EcoTourism Belize in Indian Creek Village–cooking Mayan caldo and tortillas, hiking an organic farm, watching dance performances, and… witnessing plenty of giggles from the women’s group while they posed for my camera. To top it off, 100% of Ecotourism Belize’s profits will go towards sustainable development in the south.
The past three months have been incredibly busy–as you’ve likely noticed around here! But no news is good news sometimes–various assignments and clients have trickled in, and I am currently on my next round of Moon Belize and Belize Cayes updates (2017 editions) for Moon Travel Guides.