My New Year’s weekend was an eclectic mix of colorful, funny and reflective moments – from delicious food (I swear if I lived in Cayo I’d be huge), great friends and unusually cool weather, to dancing to a sweat on New Year’s eve (the fashion police would’ve had a field day with the gold sequin jumpsuits), adjusting to the sounds of roosters and dogs at all times of the night, and waving down an ice cream truck as it sped down the Western Highway (he actually pulled over for us – only in Belize!).
A friend I made during my last trip (as a Road Warrior for the Belize Tourism Board) was kind enough to host me for the entire weekend and it made all the difference – traveling and staying in the Cayo District like a local, like family.
I remembered how scenic and relaxing this area is and how easy it is to leave the city and enjoy some of the prettiest interior of Belize in just a little over an hour’s drive.
Here’s a collage of my most memorable moments of New Year’s weekend in the towns of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. It bodes pretty well for 2012 I say!
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Blissful summer days exploring the #SamanaPeninsula. I might have to return one more time this year. #DominicanRepublic #MoonDR #MoonDominicanRepublic #RepublicaDominicana #beaches #Caribbean #travel #sunandstilettos
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