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Postcard of The Week: Afternoon fun in Maskall Village, Belize

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Maskal Village is about an hour outside of Belize City and close to Belize’s most visited Mayan site, Altun Ha. These kids weren’t letting the weather ruin their afternoon.

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Postcard of The Week: Sunday Frolic

Date: March 7, 2010

Location: The Carenage, Grenada

Scene: It was a quiet, scorching Sunday afternoon and we were driving past the Carenage, Grenada’s habor, on the way to the city. I was gazing out the passenger window, when I spotted a group of kids playing, diving off a ladder and into the harbor. I yelled at my friend to stop the car and hopped out, barefoot and armed with my camera. Aside from these children, the Carenage was deserted – the complete opposite of the usual hustle and bustle in that area during the week. I knew I couldn’t miss the rare opportunity of capturing this unusual scene,  with Grenada’s famous harbor in the background.

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