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Tatiana Rivero Competes in the Miss Piel Dorada Pageant!!!! April 8, 2010

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 Tatiana Rivero returns to San Pedro after two weeks’ stay in Chiapas Mexico, where she competed in the “Miss. Piel Dorada Internacioanl” Competition. During the time she was there, she participated in various runway productoons, fashion shoots, parades and other festivities. Ms. Rivero got a chance to model various high end fashion that included: Bridal Gowns, Evening Wear, Summer Fashion, Swim Wear, Fall Fashion and Fantasy Wear.

While Ms. Rivero did not receive the crown, she captivated audiences and judges alike; as she was asked to compete in the upcoming, Miss Pacifico Pageant, to be held in Mazatlan Aloa, Mexico in February 2011.
Congratulations Ms. Rivero, and good luck on your future endeavors!!!!!!!!!


Ultra light planes add adventure to Ambergris Caye January 15, 2010

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Chances are that you have seen them flying over Ambergris Caye, and if you were wondering what the “golf carts with wings” are, they are ultra-light planes. The ultra-light planes will not be used for commercial transportation and according to the investors; it will only be used for recreational flying.

The recreational flights will be another added adventure for local and visitors to San Pedro Town to enjoy a complete aerial view of La Isla Bonita. The ultra-light planes are just two of five that will be offering flyovers over San Pedro, Ambergris Caye and Lamanai in the Orange Walk District. Read more on the ultra-lights plane in the next issue of The San Pedro Sun Newspaper.

Rachel Sedacca to join you for dinner at Hummingbird January 9, 2010

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You are cordially invited to Rachel Sedacca’s Private Concert and “Dinner with the Artist”

Saturday, January 9th, 2010 from 6 to 10 pm

“Cocktail Attire Please” 

There are two different meals available for everyone to choose from: 

$100 per person – Dinner Ticket includes: 

*2 Draft Beer or 2 Hummingbird House Sangria *4 shrimp or pork dumplings *Hummingbird House Salad and then choose from *Bourbon/Soy Fillet with wasabi mashed potatoes OR *Ambergris Noodles (a blend of shrimp, chicken and veggie with our secret seasoning and noodles) OR *Fresh Pompano Fish Fillet in Mango Tango Sauce with Cilantro Rice *Caye Lime Pie


$75 Per Person – Sushi Ticket includes: 

*2 Draft Beer or 2 Hummingbird House Sangria *1 order of Spring Rolls *Cucumber Salad *2 Sushi Rolls (any two you prefer) *Caye Lime Pie

Kindly call and RSVP at 226.2754

T.G.I.F. January 8, 2010

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Lime Cook off

The Lime gang is back up and running already. The first cook off for 2010 will take place today. Suggested by San Pedro Sun Editor Tamara Sniffin Lime invites any and all variations of Lime dishes through their doors. For only $10 sample all the dishes and you be the judge. You decide who wins the first cook off. So, come on over to Lime and try out the great Lime dishes, desserts and drinks that will sure be there.

LIONS Bingo Night

Sports Action – San Pedro Belize Express 11-A-Side:
After two weeks off, the San Pedro Belize Express 11-A-Side competition will continue with week eight this weekend. All games take place at the Ambergris Stadium, the fist starting at 6:30 PM and the second game at 8:30 p.m. The games scheduled for today is as follows:

Game 1: Sugar Boys Vs Belizean Shores
Game 2: Once Quetzales Vs CJ’s

Acclaimed filmmaker Ang Lee receives SCUBA certification in Ambergris Caye January 7, 2010

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Acclaimed contemporary filmmaker, Ang Lee arrived in Ambergris Caye, Belize for a few days of sun and left a certified SCUBA diver. Lee took his certification course with White Sands Dive Instructor, Samuel Lin. Lee was accompanied by his two sons, Mason and Haan who also took the course and became certified divers as well.

    Lee, who has directed movies such as Brokeback Mountain and Hulk, is working on his latest movie – Life of Pi. According to movie insiders, quite a bit of the film takes place underwater and it was for this reason that Lee decided to get certified. What better place to receive the course than Ambergris Caye.

    After receiving his full certification, Lee along with PADI staff instructor for White Sands, Elbert Greer, visited Hol Chan Marine Reserve for a night dive. During this dive, Lee observed Bio-illuminant creatures in Belizean waters.

    Born in 1954 in Pingtung, Taiwan, Ang Lee has become one of today’s greatest contemporary filmmakers. A graduate of the National Taiwan College of Arts and the University of Illinois and New York University, Lee began his career by serving as Assistant Director on Spike Lee’s student film, Joe’s Bed-Stuy Barbershop: We Cut Heads. After writing a couple screenplays, he eventually appeared in the film scene with Tui shou. He continued with his great work garnering Golden Globe and Oscar nominations. Sense and Sensibility was his first Hollywood-mainstream movie. His career continued with works such as The Ice Storm, Ride with the Devil, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Chosen.

    During his visit to Ambergris Caye, Lee stayed at Azul Resort and dined at Rojo Lounge, among others.

November 2007 January 6, 2010

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Do you remember what San Pedro Town looked like back in 2007? Do you think that there have been many changes since then? Check out the video above – reminisce and look at our island the way it was.

Caye Chapel, Belize among ten great Caribbean Golf Resorts January 5, 2010

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Forget the cold winds and spitting rain of Ballybunion and Bandon Dunes. Golfers who visit the Caribbean are willing to forsake a little history and tradition for a kinder and gentler climate. “Clients who consider the Caribbean are looking for an island golf experience,” said Matthew Diehl, marketing manager for Links Golf Travel [www.linksgolftravel.com]. “They want to play in the jungle, with views of the ocean and the mountains. They want to play along the coast, with palm trees swaying.”

Amongst aficionados of golf course design, the Caribbean has not traditionally been viewed as a standout destination. This, simply because the sun and surf that make the islands so appealing on so many levels is hell to pay on turf grass. The challenges of growing and maintaining first-rate playing surfaces have historically discouraged many top-shelf designers and developers from doing adventurous work in the Caribbean. But in the last ten years, this has changed, with the introduction of a new turf hybrid — Seashore Paspalum. “Agronomic advances are making golf more viable on the islands,” said Brian McCallen, acclaimed golf travel writer. “The new hybrids require less than half the pesticides of earlier grasses, are salt tolerant, and can even be irrigated with brackish water. They’re low maintenance, they’re very playable, and their fueling a boom in new, high quality courses.”

Among gorgeous golfing destinations, Caye Chapel [www.cayechapel.com] in Belize was chosen as one of the ten best.

Caye Chapel is the name of the island a short flight off the Belizean mainland that the golf course graces; in fact, most of this smallish caye is given over to the track, which moves north and south between saltwater ponds inhabited by tarpon and saltwater crocodiles. (Be VERY careful about retrieving errant shots!) The par-5 16th stretches 623 yards along the west side of the island, offering distant views of Ambergris Caye and the mainland.
Other destinations picked were: Punta Espada at Cap Cana, Dominican Republic, Teeth of the Dog, Casa de Campo, Dominican Republic, Four Seasons – Nevis, and Cinnamon Hill Ocean Course, Rose Hall Resort, Jamaica.

Celebrate Garifuna Settlement Day November 12, 2009

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November is here and the yellow, black and white flag is being waved across the country. It is the month that we celebrate the Garifuna culture and heritage as part of the Garifuna Settlement Day activities. Having settled in our country in 1832, the Garifuna have incorporated themselves beautifully in this, our melting pot of cultures. Not only have the incorporated themselves but through their beliefs and music, have transcended our country into a new level of cultural pride. Andy Palacio allowed the Garifuna beats to shine brightly and proudly worldwide and although his time was cut much too short, his legacy continues to live on, not only in his music but through the love of our country and his culture. His music evokes the culture we so proudly celebrate in this month of November.

    November 19th marks the arrival of the Garifuna people to Dangriga. The Garifuna are a people produced from the merging of two cultures. The history goes that two slave ships were shipwrecked in the Caribbean near the island of St. Vincent. The slaves escaped the sinking boat and reached the shores of the island, where they were welcomed by the Caribs, who offered their protection. Their intermarriage formed the Garifuna people. The Garifuna adopted the Carib language but kept their African musical and religious traditions.

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Lime Pizza Cook-off October 21, 2009

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Lime is popular for its monthly cook-offs and has become “the spot” on Friday evenings. A large crowd of pizza lovers stormed into Lime this past Friday for a taste of the many samples of pizza. The long awaited pizza cook-off saw well know chefs come head to head with their delicious pizzas. Entries included Pedro’s Pizza, Pirate’s Pizza, Pepperoni’s Pizza, Playa Lounge and Mermaid’s Pizza amongst others

Flavors ranged from Pedro’s favorite toppings, Pirates’ curry chicken topping to Pepperoni’s Sicilian meat and vegetarian entries just to name a few. At the end of the night, first prize for the pizza cook off went Patty Arceo, who had a ham, cheese and pineapple creation which won her a lovely bouquet of flowers. Second prize went to Pepperoni’s Pizza who won a bottle of Champaign while Jim Oliver settled for third and won some chocolates. Just little under $1,000 was raised and was handed over to the Arceo family to help cover expenses for baby Fatima.

    The next cook off has been scheduled for November 6th so chef prepare your best SEAFOOD entries. Money raised will be going to New Horizons to assist in their purchase of a photocopier. For further information, kindly contact Lime at 226-4152.

Miss Belize Daniela Wooley wins Miss Photogenic October 19, 2009

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P1040792Daniella Wooley competed this past weekend at the Miss Teenager Universe Pageant held at San Salvador and returned to her home country with the title of Miss Photogenic.teen15-year-old Laura Baez from the Dominican Republic became the winner of the 2nd edition of the Miss Teenager pageant held at the Sheraton Presidente Hotel The 21 teenage beauties competed for the coveted title in several categories including interviews, national costumes, swimsuits and gowns.P1030362-600x450Results: Laura Baez (Dominican Republic, Winner), Yohana Gonzalez (Isla Margarita, 1st runner-up), Alejandra Castano (Colombia, 2nd runner-up), Yinela Yero (Panama, 3rd runner-up), and Ruth Mora (Venezuela, 4th runner-up)P1030376Top 12 Semi Finalists:
Aruba (Leonella De Palm) Costa Rica (Angie Alfaro) Ecuador (Karla Salgado) Guatemala (Jimena Villeda) Mexico (Mara Saucedo) Puerto Rico (Silmarie Cordero) USA (Krizia Sanfeliz)

Special Awards
Best Figure: Dominican Republic

Miss Photogenic: Belize
Most Beautiful Face: Dominican Republic
Miss Elegance: Ecuador
Miss Friendship: El Salvador
Miss Internet: Isla Margarita
Best National Costume: Aruba
Best Catwalk: Colombia
Most Beautiful Hair: Costa Rica