Archive - October 2020

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Leaf Peepers Placencia
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Things I’ll miss about America- Blueberries, Baked Brie and Jelly Bellies
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Megan’s top 5 things to eat in Belize
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Caribbean Life for Kids
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September is for Seagrapes

Leaf Peepers Placencia

It’s FALL! Ahhhh, autumn in the Caribbean. It doesn’t have quite the same feel as it did when I was growing up in Pennsylvania. We are missing is the iconic fall foliage but here is some unconventional leaf peeping.

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Things I’ll miss about America- Blueberries, Baked Brie and Jelly Bellies

I found this post hanging out in my Drafts from 2015- before we sold everything and moved to Belize to build our new life. Looking back is fun with our perspective now as immigrants… this post holds true! I DO miss these things. Side note- the blackberries here aren’t what you’re probably picturing. They happen to be dropping now though so maybe I need to write a new post about Belizean Blackberries! (They’ll never be as good as NJ blueberries though) We live just a half an hour’s…

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Megan’s top 5 things to eat in Belize

#5 Coconut Coconut anything and everything- You may have read my past post about coconuts so you’d know Phil and I LOVE the suckers. Belizean chefs use this local staple to flavor a plethora of dishes. Coconut rice, fish simmered in a coconut curry, fried coconut shrimp, shredded coconut candy, coconut bread a donuts… need I go on?!?! We go absolutely coconut crazy when we travel somewhere tropical. Perhaps the novelty wears off once you live there awhile but when we visit we feel the need to cram…

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Caribbean Life for Kids

In this mixed-up, restrictive, weird and wild world of 2020 he is finding joy in simple pleasures and growing his unique personality and talents. Even though regular school isn’t in session and border closures have squashed our annual travel plans to visit the grandparents; life isn’t all that different today as it would be otherwise for a little boy growing up by the beach in a village on the Caribbean Sea.

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September is for Seagrapes

Okay I realize I’m late with this post; it is October already and therefore apple cider and pumpkin spice season, BUT September is for seagrapes. Last weekend, after returning from my private island girl’s getaway on Little Harvest Caye, I took Mitch for a long walk to give my champion husband some much needed quiet time. Poor Phil gets stuck holding down house duties while I get to galivant at luxury resorts (like this time) or sip handcrafted cocktails by the pool (one of a few times) and…

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