A Belizean birthday party on Goff's Caye

Caracol and the Mountain Pine Ridge in Belize: Bandits, mud, the Mayan capital and water falls

Speedboat cruise through the jungle to the Maya site Lamanai

Orange Walk, La Milpa and Chan Chich: Spiders, Snakes and Crocs

Garifuna Settlement Day 2011 in Hopkins, Belize

Tag Archives: politics

Volunteering in a shark tank to save the reef

18. May 2012 at 17:05



(This is #2 of a series of tongue-in-cheek articles about my work for the Coalition to Save our Natural Heritage in Belize. The last one described how I became a propagandist and outlined the build-up to the People’s Referendum on offshore oil drilling. This one is a first person account of how I was kicked […]

Notes from a voluntarily accidental, hopefully viral propagandist

3. April 2012 at 00:28



(I waited to publish this tongue-in-cheek article for several reasons – this was written a few weeks ago when I was working 24/7 for the Coalition to save our natural heritage, a union of NGOs in Belize trying to fight oil drilling in Belize’s reef.)   Wednesday, 2:05 pm, Propaganda Desk “Please report to the […]