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Me Encanta Guatemala

The welcoming people, lush rainforests, and picturesque landscapes of Guatemala won our hearts as we enjoyed a long and beautiful trip through the Garifuna village of Livingston, up the Rio Dulce River Canyon to the Ak’Tenamit boarding school/community development organization, and around the Mayan ruins at Quirigua (pronounced kitty gwah). The coast of Guatemala is […]

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Lamanai Archaeological Reserve

I’m trying to find time aboard this fun and busy ship to write about Guatemala and Honduras, but in the meantime here are a few more photos from our trip to the Mayan ruins at Lamanai in Belize.

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Love Me Tender

Belize is surrounded by beautiful corral reefs teeming with marine life. This means that sailing into the port and right up to a dock is impossible for cruise ships like the MV Explorer, and we passengers must tender a ride to shore. Loading onto the tender boats can be a little bit hairy for some […]

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