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Relax and Glo at Sol Spa January 21, 2010

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La Isla Bonita caters relaxation and pure enjoyment of a tranquil Caribbean island, and whether you are on vacation or have been here a while, pampering oneself is most definitely an option. There is a wide variety of activities to keep the mind and body active, and at the end of the day, winding down and soothing those tired muscles call for a delicious massage, and for an amazing and relaxing experience, definitely head on over to Sol Spa. Now located at The Phoenix resort, Sol Spa caters deep relaxation and fabulous pampering within one of the most modern and luxurious places on the island. Bliss begins with your surroundings, and Sol Spa couldn’t have provided a better spot with their new location.

Sol Spa takes the entire body into consideration and offers fantastic treatments for every inch. Facials, manicures, pedicures, reflexology, hair braiding and even waxing; at Sol Spa your every need is taken care of. Sol Spa is a getaway, where the spirit, mind and body can reconnect. Open every day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sol Spa is located at The Phoenix. Reservations are not required but it is preferred in order to guarantee your time of choice. Carrie, Char, Heather, Jennifer and Angie will gladly accommodate you as best as possible, so give them a call at 226-2410.

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Travel to Placencia with Tropic Air January 10, 2010

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With over 31 years of experience, Tropic Air, one of the leading airlines in Belize, flies daily to 10 destinations which include flying to Central America into Flores, Peten in Guatemala and Guatemala City. With Tropic, one can fly all over the country and discover the beauty that is Belize. The new caravan provides a smoother and more relaxed ride to Placencia, and the 25-minute flight from Belize City on Tropic Air is most convenient. Any visitor looking to make the most out of the dazzling views of a turquoise Caribbean Sea and white sandy beach will appreciate the shorter flight in lieu of the alternative: an hour’s-long road trip.

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Exploring Caves Branch with Discovery Expeditions October 23, 2009

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Belize is a rich Central American and Caribbean country that has a lot to offer to its visitors and people. Visitors can easily enjoy a trip into the past by discovering the underworld water caverns, adventure and view Belize’s lush rainforest and sample the typical Belizean flavors all in one place. A trip to Caves Branch Outpost at Nohoch Che’en National Park allows you to enjoy a little bit of what Belize has to offer, all in one day. Discovery Expeditions takes eager travelers from San Pedro via the Reef Rocket speedboat on a 45 minute drive to Belize City.

With our destination located some 37 miles west of the city, the journey on the bus wiggles its way through several villages until it reaches the far end of Frank Eddie Village. Our able and knowledgeable tour guide briefs us on the activities for the day. First we get our comfortable footgear and head to the waiting area where we are all introduced to the managers of Cave Branch Outpost and Canopy Café. A small trek along the green thick rainforest brings us to the new zip lining area. Even though under construction, it is plain to see that the coming attraction will be exhilarating. High above us workers are setting up platforms on trees, thick cables run through the canopy of trees, and you can almost expect Tarzan to come sailing out of the treetops. But, our actual plan for the day is cave tubing through some of the most mysterious and historic cave systems in Belize.

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The Palm Restaurant & Martini Bar October 16, 2009

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    While discovering the Caribbean waters and the exotic jungles of Belize one can easily be immersed in the grandeur of our country. There is no doubt that part of the intrigue of visiting a new place is experiencing the local cuisine and no matter how much you have explored the area you cannot truly appreciate the flavor of the culture until you have experienced the taste of Belize. As obvious as that may sound, you may find it easier said than done, especially at resort restaurants that are catering to American guests. With nothing but good intentions, many menus are dedicated to American cuisine in an effort to maintain the guest comfort level but inadvertently miss incorporating local dishes.

    For Hans Wagenhaus, the new General Manager at The Palms Restaurant at Reef Village, offering local, as well as Central American dishes, is a responsibility to the guests that he takes very seriously. Passionately committed to introducing the guests to the wonders of Belizean meals, the new menu at The Palms does just that with every course served from breakfast through dessert while maintaining a variety of familiar “comfort foods”, some with a Caribbean twist.

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