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  • Views of paradise 🇦🇬
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  • Views of paradise 🇦🇬
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  • 3,271 41 11 April, 2019
  • New on the Blog...
Did a roundup of what I wore for our trip to the BVI for easy shopping for those asking where things were from!  Also included a few makeup staples, like the palette I used for the coral eye look a few posts back, my go-to tinted lip balm, and one of my holy grail products for the perfect sunkissed glow ☀️
(Also linked some things I didn’t get to share but loved!)
  • New on the Blog...
    Did a roundup of what I wore for our trip to the BVI for easy shopping for those asking where things were from! Also included a few makeup staples, like the palette I used for the coral eye look a few posts back, my go-to tinted lip balm, and one of my holy grail products for the perfect sunkissed glow ☀️
    (Also linked some things I didn’t get to share but loved!)
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  • Paradise awaits in Belize
Credit: @travelboho
  • Paradise awaits in Belize
    Credit: @travelboho
  • 3,066 30 15 April, 2019

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  • San José is a village in the Orange Walk District of Belize. In the 2000 census, San José had a population of 2,254 people. the village is the fourth largest in the Orange Walk district and is estimated to have almost 3,000 residents as of 2016 mainly of Yucatec Maya-Mestizo ancestry. ▪

San José is adjacent to San Pablo and is only divided from the latter by a speed bump. Combined, the two villages make up the third largest population center in the Orange Walk District with approximately 4,000 residents. ▪

The community is populated by Maya Mestizos( Yucatec Mayas) , Chinese, Taiwanese, and other people from Central America. It is heavily influenced by Catholcisim. ▪

2010 Population and Housing Census has San José's total population as 2,862 residents,of this 1,468 are males and 1,376 are females. The total number of households is 590 and the average household size is 4.9. ▪

San José only has one elementary school which is San José Government School. Children also attend school in neighbouring San Pablo at San Pablo Roman Catholic School and San Pablo Community School. ▪

The locality is served by the local bus company Cabrera's Bus Service. Local bus service to and from Orange Walk and Belize City to the south and Corozal Town to the north operates approximately every half-hour. ▪

Most of the villagers of San Jose speak Spanish inside the village but they also understand English. Many of the elders continue speaking Yucatec Maya. ▪

#youbetterbelizeit #belizetravel #belizebarrierreef #ICJ #belize #country #nature #TeamBelize #travelblogger #travelbelize #divingBelize #tourismBelize #WelcomeBelize #Dangriga #Belmopan #Sanignacio #carribbean #belizebarrierreef #GoBelize #ambergriscayebelize #belizeit  #Belizeans #followforfollow #instapic #BelizeDaFuWi #NoToTheICJ #easterbreak
  • San José is a village in the Orange Walk District of Belize. In the 2000 census, San José had a population of 2,254 people. the village is the fourth largest in the Orange Walk district and is estimated to have almost 3,000 residents as of 2016 mainly of Yucatec Maya-Mestizo ancestry. ▪

    San José is adjacent to San Pablo and is only divided from the latter by a speed bump. Combined, the two villages make up the third largest population center in the Orange Walk District with approximately 4,000 residents. ▪

    The community is populated by Maya Mestizos( Yucatec Mayas) , Chinese, Taiwanese, and other people from Central America. It is heavily influenced by Catholcisim. ▪

    2010 Population and Housing Census has San José's total population as 2,862 residents,of this 1,468 are males and 1,376 are females. The total number of households is 590 and the average household size is 4.9. ▪

    San José only has one elementary school which is San José Government School. Children also attend school in neighbouring San Pablo at San Pablo Roman Catholic School and San Pablo Community School. ▪

    The locality is served by the local bus company Cabrera's Bus Service. Local bus service to and from Orange Walk and Belize City to the south and Corozal Town to the north operates approximately every half-hour. ▪

    Most of the villagers of San Jose speak Spanish inside the village but they also understand English. Many of the elders continue speaking Yucatec Maya. ▪

    #youbetterbelizeit #belizetravel #belizebarrierreef #ICJ #belize #country #nature #TeamBelize #travelblogger #travelbelize #divingBelize #tourismBelize #WelcomeBelize #Dangriga #Belmopan #Sanignacio #carribbean #belizebarrierreef #GoBelize #ambergriscayebelize #belizeit #Belizeans #followforfollow #instapic #BelizeDaFuWi #NoToTheICJ #easterbreak
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  • Happy Easter everyone 🐰♡
  • Happy Easter everyone 🐰♡
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  • Last year's sticker ideas 🔶🔸
  • Last year's sticker ideas 🔶🔸
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  • Corozal Town is a town in Belize, capital of Corozal District. #CorozalTown is located about 84 miles north of Belize City, and 9 miles from the border with Mexico. The population of #CorozalTown, according to the main results of the 2010 census, is 9,871. Corozal was a private estate before becoming a town in the 1840s. ▪

Mostly settled by Maya #Mestizo refugees from the Caste War of #Yucatán. Much of the town was built over an ancient Maya city, sometimes known as Santa Rita; this may have been the original Pre-Columbian town called Chetumal. Corozal Town was badly damaged by Hurricane Janet in 1955, and was substantially rebuilt afterwards. ▪

Corozal, the northmost town in Belize, was founded in 1848 by refugees from the Maya Indian uprising against the Spanish in neighbouring Yucatán. This uprising, known as the Caste War of Yucatán (from the Spanish "castas" or race), began as a war against the Spaniards, but it eventually became a war against the Mestizos. The Mestizos, half Spanish and half Indian, had proved to be formidable allies of the Spaniards, and were thus mortal enemies of the Maya Indians. ▪

A massacre at Bacalar, Mexico — a Mestizo stronghold about thirty miles north of Corozal Town — finally led to the exodus of thousands of Mestizos from Bacalar and the surrounding area. Between 1848 and 1856 more than 10,000 refugees crossed the Rio Hondo, the river that now serves as a boundary between Belize and Mexico. These immigrants sought refuge in northern Belize, and increased the population of Corozal Town to 4500. Mr. James Blake, a magistrate, let them settle on lands in the Corozal District and helped them to establish the new crop — sugar cane. ▪ 
#youbetterbelizeit #belizetravel #belizebarrierreef #ICJ #belize #country #nature #TeamBelize #travelblogger #travelbelize #divingBelize #tourismBelize #WelcomeBelize #Dangriga #Belmopan #Sanignacio #carribbean #belizebarrierreef #GoBelize #ambergriscayebelize #belizeit  #Belizeans #followforfollow #instapic #BelizeDaFuWi #NoToTheICJ #easterbreak
  • Corozal Town is a town in Belize, capital of Corozal District. #CorozalTown is located about 84 miles north of Belize City, and 9 miles from the border with Mexico. The population of #CorozalTown , according to the main results of the 2010 census, is 9,871. Corozal was a private estate before becoming a town in the 1840s. ▪

    Mostly settled by Maya #Mestizo refugees from the Caste War of #Yucatán . Much of the town was built over an ancient Maya city, sometimes known as Santa Rita; this may have been the original Pre-Columbian town called Chetumal. Corozal Town was badly damaged by Hurricane Janet in 1955, and was substantially rebuilt afterwards. ▪

    Corozal, the northmost town in Belize, was founded in 1848 by refugees from the Maya Indian uprising against the Spanish in neighbouring Yucatán. This uprising, known as the Caste War of Yucatán (from the Spanish "castas" or race), began as a war against the Spaniards, but it eventually became a war against the Mestizos. The Mestizos, half Spanish and half Indian, had proved to be formidable allies of the Spaniards, and were thus mortal enemies of the Maya Indians. ▪

    A massacre at Bacalar, Mexico — a Mestizo stronghold about thirty miles north of Corozal Town — finally led to the exodus of thousands of Mestizos from Bacalar and the surrounding area. Between 1848 and 1856 more than 10,000 refugees crossed the Rio Hondo, the river that now serves as a boundary between Belize and Mexico. These immigrants sought refuge in northern Belize, and increased the population of Corozal Town to 4500. Mr. James Blake, a magistrate, let them settle on lands in the Corozal District and helped them to establish the new crop — sugar cane. ▪
    #youbetterbelizeit #belizetravel #belizebarrierreef #ICJ #belize #country #nature #TeamBelize #travelblogger #travelbelize #divingBelize #tourismBelize #WelcomeBelize #Dangriga #Belmopan #Sanignacio #carribbean #belizebarrierreef #GoBelize #ambergriscayebelize #belizeit #Belizeans #followforfollow #instapic #BelizeDaFuWi #NoToTheICJ #easterbreak
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  • Enjoying this teaser from this time last year!

Italy, you have my love, Amore mio @official_gennaromos you have my heart ❤️
  • Enjoying this teaser from this time last year!

    Italy, you have my love, Amore mio @official_gennaromos you have my heart ❤️
  • 71 5 18 hours ago
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  • 4 1 20 April, 2019