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17 03, 2011

Belize Cave Tubing and Zipline

By | March 17th, 2011|Categories: Belize|

  On Day 2 of our Trip in Belize, after settling in to our resort and getting a feel of the city, we woke up 6am Saturday. Had breakfast downstairs to-go from a friendly local lady and got a ride to the local San Pedro town Aeropuerto. There we took a 20 minute jet to [...]

4 03, 2011

Belize for the Weekend

By | March 4th, 2011|Categories: Belize|

You betta BELIZE it! "Unbelizeable!" Belize is filled with these corny jokes. It is easily reflected from the light-heartedness of these people and their easy way of life. Once conquered by the Brits (who hasn't?), A total melting pot of so many cultures - Spanish, Mestizo, Mayan, Mexicans, Taiwanese/Chinese, Indians, Mennonite, all living amongst one [...]

21 06, 2010

“From Haiti with Love”

By | June 21st, 2010|Categories: Haiti|Tags: , |

"I never new that I would fall for this country but through all of the distruction and poverty, I have found some of the most beautiful and content people I have ever met. they have become the antethesis of western thinking which is welcome to me." My new production partner Bo Abel is out in [...]

17 02, 2009

“Pura Vida”

By | February 17th, 2009|Categories: Costa Rica|

In August of 2007, I had my first backpacking experience through Costa Rica. That was the trip which decided my fate that I'd live my life happiest as a grungy globe backpacker & hostel hopper. Costa Rica ranks top 5 in the world for being the most Environmentally friendly, 95% in Literacy rate (high among [...]