The end of the world in 2012 has been highly discussed by many schools of thought, but what do each of them say about it? And, will it end like they say?
During my time in Belize I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Jaime Awe, the Director of the National Institute of Culture and History of Belize, one of the most respected archeologists in the field, and one of the most knowledgeable about the Maya culture. I wanted to know his point of view regarding the […]
These are my 7 Super Shots of many of my travels. These are some of my best, proudest, and funniest pictures.
Monumental architecture is one of the best legacies the Mayas left after the decline of their civilization. We marvel and awe at the impressive limestone structures that were once, and in many case still are, hidden in the dense jungles of El Mundo Maya. Apart from archaeological artifacts like pottery, tools, jewelry, and even human […]
“Everything has a story, a beginning, and an end. Even the most insignificant things in life…” This is how Martin, my guide from Mayawalk, introduced me for the second time to Actun Tunichil Muknal – also known as ATM Caves. That statement is very well the truth, and he had no better place to demonstrate […]
Barton Creek Cave – Cayo, Belize Barton Creek is one of the caves you should check out while in Cayo, Belize; located deep in the lands occupied by the Mennonites. Barton Creek is a wet cave that is best explored by canoe. The entrance, which is barely wide enough for a single canoe, gives passage […]
I get it Belize, you LOVE to fish! There’s something about the fact that I spent a lot of time in Belize and that I come from Puerto Rico that sort of tells people that I would love to go fishing. I’m not sure if the world is conspiring against me or if my friends […]
As I leave Belize, I’m sad for leaving such a wonderful country, but I’m excited for the new places I’ll visit and new collaboration during my round the world.