Caracol Archaeological Site Cayo District, Belize, Central America June 4, 2019 "Caracol is the largest Maya archaeological site in Belize, Central America. In AD 650, the urban area of Caracol had a radius of approximately 10 kilometers around the site’s epicenter."(http://www.caracol.org/about/history/)
May 1 Placencia, Belize 7:00 and Mom taps on the door…”You up? We are going to workout if you want to go” makes me weigh the options of laying in bed for a bit longer or heading into the village for a workout. Once I’m out of bed and moving around it doesn’t matter anyways, … Continue reading When in Belize
The first full day in the village calls for a workout, beer, and reconnecting with a friend.
Episode 9 of The Grassfed Podcast takes you into the home of Harry Guy Sr., founder of Jungle Remedies and an herbalist known throughout the country for his work with local herbs.
It's not often that my Mom goes out of her way to brag about someone but I had been hearing about Edgar for weeks before going to Placencia for the holidays. That being said, it's the first thing that we did when I got back on the peninsula. After a few nights out and an … Continue reading The Grassfed Podcast #8: Edgar “Gallo” Carballo